Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kanganja has acknowledged receipt of a complaint by the NDC over a video posted online of alleged Patriotic Front supporters insulting and threatening violence against Chsihimba Kambwili.
NDC vice president Joseph Akafumba lodged a complaint with the Copperbelt police command and also Inspector General of Police’s office Kakoma Kanganja.
Akafumba in a letter dated April 15, 2019 filed with Kanganja and Copperbelt Police Commissioner Charity Katanga said that known PF members who recorded a video which has gone viral issuing death threats and insults against Kambwili should be brought to book.
In his letter, Akafumba informed the police chief that he was aware that issuing death threats and use of insulting language against any person amounts to a criminal offence and punishable at law.
“I request you to investigate this matter and bring the culprits to book as quickly as possible because in matters of such nature like issuing threats to kill someone , urgency in handling the matter is of utmost importance”, Akafumba said.
“I have no doubt at all that with the gravity of the offence , we are reporting to your office investigations will immediately commenceS”, said Akafumba .