Police summon Hakainde Hichilema

Police summon Hakainde Hichilema

Police in Lusaka have summoned UPND president Hakinde Hichilema for interrogation following his revelations that the PF regime plans to send youths to be trained as militia in Sudan.

But the opposition leader refused to appear before the police today saying the police notice was given at short notice.

UPND’s deputy spokeperson Cornelius Mweetwa told reporters that Hichilema and his lawyers need to meet before they can go and meet the police.

Defence minister Geoffrey Mwamba ordered the police to investigate Hichilema over his statement that the PF  signed an agreement with Sudan aimed at training Patriotic PF youths by militias of that country.

And Mweetwa said this type of intimidation by the police will not stop the opposition party from providing checks and balances to the current regime.

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