HH visits village after police raid family home

HH visits village after police raid family home

Don’t fear death. Life belongs to God. The enemy can attack and invade your house but God will protect you. I survived in Lilayi police dungeon and Mukobeko where they detained me for no reason. HH tells villagers after police raid his in-laws’s village.
They came here with intention to plant


So, what the police raided was in fact NOT a house as alleged by the PF. This is a chicken shelter as can be seen from the pictures.

The first picture is an anthill which was dug up because the police said they had information that it was a weapons’ storage containing bombs and fighter jets.



UPND President Hakainde Hichilema’s wife’s family members in Shibuyunji District have disclosed that they are traumatised by the Police’s action to raid their home villages.

Jones Mpolobe who is Mutinta Hichilema’s cousin stated to the Media that Police arrived at his home village around 05:00 hours demanded to search for imaginary weapons in his house, surroundings and maize fields.

He adds that the Police produced a search warrant which they said was authorised by the Lusaka High Court to search for unknonw weapons.

But addressing his wife’s family members in the District this afternoon, UPND President Hakainde Hichilema stated that the conduct by the PF leadership was uncalled for adding that he is preoccupied with finding solutions to the numerous problems the country is facing as opposed to acquiring weapons which are of no value in the fight against economic challenges.

The UPND President was accompanied to Shibuyunji District by leader of the opposition in Parliament Jack Mwiimbu, Lusaka Province Chairperson Obvious Mwaliteta, Mwembezhi Member of Parliament Jamba Machila, Fomer Mwembezhi Member of Parliament Austin Milambo, party National Management Committee members among others.

A team of Police officers headed by one Rodrick Mwale from Lusaka force headquarters yesterday raided Mpolobe village in Shibuyunji District and searched Mutinta Hichilema’s cousins village homes in search of weapons alleged to be belonging to the UPND President Hakainde Hichilema.

The Police did not find any weapons as the exercise was in futility but are said to have coerced Hakainde Hichilema’s wife’s family members to write a statement that they were not threatened during the brutal search.




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    Musumali Liyunga 1 week ago

    The guilty are always afraid and panicking. By the way those that are democratic do not involve their relatives into politics. Those that bring their family members into politics like the former American President are the dictators. It is good that HH is not involving his relatives into his politics as was concluded by the illegal search by the cadre police wing of the PF. Zambians like each other regardless of their roots. Failures of the PF regime should not be used to divide the people. I am strongly of the view that Zambians will be better friends if we agree to go back the original boundaries of the country. As Zambians we love Zimbabweans, Angolans and even Malawians. Therefore I see us uniting and working better if we revert to the 1911 boundaries.

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    Muwerewere 1 week ago

    Lets not talk about how the structures look like at the homestead of HH’s in-laws. These fellows don’t mind the structures they dwell in but riches in form of livestock and farming activities. What is worrying is the happenings that the police went there looking for arms caches. Historically this country attained its independence through the ballot even the changes of govt over the past years has been the same. I wonder how HH would be organizing a UPND party convention at the same time organizing arms caches to unsurp power. The best our politicians and their hard line members is to spare us from all sorts of unnecessary drama and tell us the truth how they are going to sort the various problems which have hit our country. The govt have tried many things to pin down HH and these are backfiring. Why can’t the PF government let the usual 6 timer loser be made to cry for the 7th time and if they have done their home work. Why is the PF govt spending so much resources to tackle this HH polical covid -19 if he not a factor to worry about? Politics aside this is our beloved country Zambia ziko ya mtendere. No individual person is BIGGER THAN ZAMBIA. This man Luckson Sakala who is Police Commissioner for Lusaka Province is claiming ignorance how true is it? After the raid the police convoy passed through Church Road after 17hrs, meaning there was no coordination among the officers/ High Command about that operation. If there is no coordination at various levels then how safe as we in our own country? Its the duty of govt of the day to protect us and our properties.

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    These thugs are becoming nuisance to our country. In stead of doing their job professionally but they’re used like toilet paper. Vi chito va bu yes bwana awee mwandi.

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    Manganga 2 weeks ago

    Nakuba bufi, are these the existing structures at the residency of the In-laws to the richest man in Zambia, Mr. Sammy Hakainde Hichilema? Kanshi chachine wakaso sana! I expected to see at least 3 mansions like KZ has done at his In-laws residences in Petauke, Chisamba and Mansa! And the recent KZ in-laws in Kalomo, near where Sammy Hichilema grabbed land from poor peasants!

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    Keneood 2 weeks ago

    Barbaric action God is not happy as events will unfold up to 13 August

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    Mpandamano 2 weeks ago

    Police brutality at it’s peak. It’s just about time. The devil will be ashamed very soon. policies of a cruel government.

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    Banda 2 weeks ago

    These primitive police manoeuvres are embarrassing and decampaigning the PF government…Can someone advise the police command,to be a police service?

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    Thanks HH for encouraging the people there.
    Honestly speaking something is terribly wrong in Zambia..
    Pray hard …… I hope zambian don’t live to see what other countries have witnessed….
    Shame shame indeed