Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs, Kaizer Zulu has pleaded not guilty to two counts of threatening violence and failing to take precaution against injury.
This was when Zulu appeared Wednesday morning before Lusaka Magistrate Mwaka Mikalile to take plea.
It is alleged that while handling a loaded fire-arm, namely a revolver, Zulu did fail to take reasonable or proper precaution, against possible injury to Enock Kavindele Junior.
In count 2, ZULU is accused of having threatened violence by knowingly discharging a loaded fire-arm, with intent to cause harm to Kavindele Junior.
The matter has since been adjourned to Friday, October 9, 2015, for commencement of trail.
The case has continued despite Kavindele junior having withdrawn the case as his letter to the police was said to be informal by Lusaka Province Police Commissioner and PF cadre Charity Katanga.