The DNA analysis machine valued at K2, 400,000 was officially commissioned at the Police Force Headquarters Thursday.
These machines can be acquired at as less $200,000 but the Zambian government as usual had t0 inflate the price and steal the difference. Nichekeloko.
This is just a machine which police can use to produce and analyse evidence from crime scenes by taking DNA samples from teeth, bottle necks, hat, sweatbands, cigarette butts, clothing, and several touch swabs
And Zambia Police Inspector-General Stella Libongani said the equipment will help the police investigate violent murder cases where there are no witnesses.
Mwila, a form five failure, said ignorantly that the equipment is the first of its kind on the African continent.
President Lungu was represented by Home Affairs Minister Davies Mwila.