Two State House Cops detained for saying PF is a one term government

Two State House Police Officers are currently detained at Lusaka Central Police Station for saying that the Patriotic Front is a one term government. According to State House source, the two officers whom we shall not name for now told State House Senior Private Secretary Gershom Siame after a quarrel that the PF government will not go beyond 2016.
“What happened is that on Thursday March 20, 2014,  the officers parked on the parking slot reserved for Senior Private Secretary to the President Mr. Siame. They had assumed that Mr. Siame had knocked off and was not coming back to the office so they parked on his slot. When he came back he asked who had parked on his slot and the two officers said it was them. Siame started blasting them and that is how they reacted and told him he is just a former body guard to President Sata and that after all the PF will is a one term government. Siame then told the President who ordered that the two be locked up, ” the source explained.
The source said Inspector General of Police Stella Libongani then ordered that the two be locked up at Lusaka Central Police Station. By 17 hours local time, the two officers were still detained at Lusaka Central Police Station. A check by the Zambian Watchdog found relatives delivering food to the two Cops.

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