Govt supporters beating Post newspaper sellers, say paper is banned

Govt supporters beating Post newspaper sellers, say paper is banned

“It is now extremely dangerous to be found selling the Post Newspapers. Where is this so called humble President leading us too?” Asked one shop owner in Lusaka.
This happened when this reporter went to look for a copy of the Post Newspapers at his regular shop. The shopowner said he could not manage to risk his business been broken into by Patriotic Front cadres because he has received reports that one of the newspaper vendors along Freedom Way in Lusaka was beaten by PF cadres for selling the Post.
‘One of my workers told me that as he was coming for work he saw a Newspaper vendor being assaulted for selling the Post in full view of the Police. I’m told the PF cadres are saying the Post is a banned Newspaper,” the source said. Government has closed the Post Newspapers in order to avoid the paper publishing details of how the government intends to rig the August 11 elections spear headed by Timor Consulting of Israel and Zambia Airforce13501845_1184691964914885_6015463457060394759_n Commander Erick Chimense.

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