We promised to bring you the official report of how PF cadre Chrispin Menyani Zulu was murdered by PF itself led by Geoffrey Chuumbwe and Kaizer Zulu, who was Lusaka province deputy permanent Secretary.
When we talk about the existence of militia in Zambia you think we are talking from without. And when Geoffrey Chuumbwe yesterday said he and other thugs will sort out Zambians who post comments on ZWD, don’t think he was joking. The thug knows what he is talking about. Here is evidence of what he has done in the past.
But we have more than the police report, which we picked from the desk of Stella Libongani, the Police Inspector General; we have a video of how the police intercepted PF thugs carrying machetes and guns.
The police tried to send these hired killers back to Lusaka but suffered insults at the hands of Kaizer Zulu who was later promoted to be State House Permanent Secretary. Zulu called police officers idiots all fro trying to prevent murders in Lufunsa. Watch the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ejurIx0GTU
Background: In the aftermath of another PF led bloody by-election in Rufunsa local government ward in Chongwe area, a PF cadre Chrispin Menyani Zulu was murdered.
Several members of the opposition UPND including provincial chairperson Adrian Bauleni were arrested and charged with murder of the PF cadre.
This case has not been concluded up to now and some people are still in police custody undergoing trial over this high profile death that shocked the nation.
But who actually perpetuated that violence that led to the death of Menyani Zulu?
In trying to gain political mileage and punish opposition figures, President Michael Sata at that time ordered that all those connected to the death of Menyani Zulu must be brought to book.
But what report does president Sata and the police top command have over the death of Menyani Zulu?
Even when there was wide condemnation of opposition parties for the death of the PF cadre from several organisations, the Zambianwatchdog wrote this article see here
But now after months of investigating a murder that occurred in December 2012, Zambianwatchdog brings you evidence of the really and known culprits who are currently still enjoying their freedom and roaming the streets of Lusaka.