President Edgar Lungu has ordered the police to put to an end at all costs UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema thanks giving and community work tours of Luska.
The Police have since summoned HH for questioning saying he has breached the Public Order Act (POA).
Lusaka Province commissioner of police Charity Katanga said HH’s visits to shops and homes in Kabwata allegedly caused confusion.
“The UPND leader was busy going round the shops, so we have summoned him to appear before Kabwata Police Station officers at 10:00 hours. We just want to interview him,” she said.
Katanga said, however, that police had not served the summons on Hichilema by 17:40 hours yesterday.
“There is nothing wrong with him visiting an area but he is doing a certain action, which is breach of peace. The police want law and order to prevail,” Ms Katanga said.
She said political figures like Mr Hichilema attract attention and it is important for the opposition leader to adhere to the provisions of the POA.
The truth is the HH’s visits has unsettled Lungu at State House and wants them blocked at all costs.
The photos below speak for themselves on why Lungu hates this move.