Vehicle allegedly used in UPND campaigns identified as judiciary property

A government vehicle that is alleged to be ferrying United Party for National Development (UPND) has been identified as belonging to the  Judiciary of Zambia.

Two weeks ago, Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General Wynter Kabimba accused UPND of combining forces with the ruling Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) have access to public vehicles to use in campaigns.

However, Kabimba’s claims were disputed by UPND Vice President Richard Kapita, who described Kabimba’s statement as false.

Kapita said the PF has run out of ideas in its campaigns and wants to drag UPND into petty issues that of are of no essence to politics.

Meanwhile, Kabimba said he has enough evidence to prove that the judiciary vehicle was spotted in Lusaka’s Libala area recently ferrying UPND members.

Commenting on the matter, Acting Registrar Egispo Mwansa told radio phoenix that the vehicle in question is assigned to a project in the juvenile department at the judiciary.

Mwansa further called on Kabimba to avail the judiciary with information regarding the exact date and time the vehicle was spotted so that necessary action can be taken.

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