Court grants GBM bail

The Kitwe magistrate court has granted UPND Vice-President Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba a bail of K10,000 with two working sureties.
This is a matter in which outgoing President Edgar Lungu ordered the arrest of GBM for demolishing the Copperbelt support with massive rallies throughout last week in various towns leading up to the national campaign launch.
GBM appeared before Kitwe magistrate this morning on the cooked up charges of malicious damage to property, assaulting some unknown person, and conduct likely to cause breach of peace others called conduct likely to win an election.
By way, GBM moves with his security and there was no way he could have come into contact with anyone during the driving around Kitwe.
It is also a scheme to derail the UPND campaigns as GBM was scheduled to leave for other provinces such as Luapula and Northern today continue dismantling the PF with his choppers.
It is also a concocted charge meant to portray him as unsuitable for leadership and possibly anger the grassroots.
But then each time GBM will be appearing in court on the Copperbelt, it will be free rallies for the UPND leadership.
So far known PF cadres have been on rampage vandalising UPND campaign posters and no one has been arrested.
PF leaders such as Secretary General Davies Chama shot a UPND supporter with live bullets but to date he’s walking freely.

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