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I DID NOT ABDUCT POLICE OFFICERS, SAYS KANGO’MBE AS COURT GRANTS HIM K200,000 BAIL

Opposition UPND Sesheke MP Romeo Kango’mbe has been granted K200,000 bail and two sureties who are residents of Chinsali, Muchinga province.

Mr. Kangombe, who took plea appeared before Magistrate Julius Malata, has denied the two counts of abduction and two counts of assault on a police officer levelled against him.

The Sesheke Lawmaker was represented by Muleza Law firm and Choma Central parliamentarian Conilius Mwetwa, also part of his legal team.

Magistrate Malata has adjourned the matter  to 11th November, 2020 for mention and 25th November, 2020 for commencement of trial.

6 Comments

  1. concerned citizen

    This case has more questions than answers. How can a civilian abict two trained and ranked police officers? If it was true what was the intention? Is our police officers that weak? Isn’t this case just a smokescreen to divert from the real case of stoning and blocking of hh enturage by officials from a named political party? Anyway, young man, you have made history and deserve a model, you are a freedom fighter.

  2. Imipaamba

    …….a typical and classical case of ‘iciduunu.’

  3. luyi siankanga

    That’s history in the making,how come ?200,000,the just want him to run dry all his money.sorry for democracy.

    • Is it true that a unarmed person abuduct a trained police,or there are caders?

      how can untrained person abuduct trained police officer?

      How can understand trained person abuduct a trained police officer?

  4. Munyimani Pharai Charley

    If it’s true dat Hon Kangombe abducted police officers den our men in uniform should go for further training, or else we ar insecure as citizens.

  5. Prince Mande

    This is a just a waste of the court’s time. I wonder, are our police officers adequately trained, can a civilian abduct a trained police officer. Unbelievable. A waste of time and resources. Why does the learned DPP entertain such cases.

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