Antonio Mwanza Reports IG to Police Public Complaints Authority

FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza is not letting up the case against PF secretary general Davies Mwila and has added Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kaganja on his indictment list. Mwanza said that the Inspector General has failed to lead by … Continued

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FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza is not letting up the case against PF secretary general Davies Mwila and has added Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kaganja on his indictment list. Mwanza said that the Inspector General has failed to lead by arresting Mwila for his statement that PF cadres should take over markets and bus stations. He has reported Kanganja to the Police Public Complaints Authority for alleged complicity, professional ineptness and violating the Zambia Police Act. Mwila’s statement t stirred controversy, with President Edgar Lungu calming the storm by meeting the former. The FDD reported Mwila to the police but has gotten impatient with the lack of action from the police. Below is Mwanza’s statement: INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE TAKEN TO TASK I wish to inform the nation that l have today the 31st January, 2017 lodged a formal complaint against Mr Kakoma Kanganja, the Inspector General of Police with the Police Public Complaints Authority for complicity, professional ineptness and violation of the Zambia Police Act for his failure to have Mr Davies Mwila, the Secretary General of the Patriotic Front arrested and charged for inciting PF cadres to forcibly take over the running of markets and bus stations in kabwe. I wish to reminder the nation that on 20th January, 2017 I formally lodged a complaint with the IG against the said Mr Davies Mwila over his criminal utterances of inciting lawlessness and subversion of authority against the Kabwe Local authorities and upto date the IG has failed to act on my complaint. Cap 107 of the Laws of Zambia gives the IG full command, superitendence, direction and control of the entire Police Force hence the failure by the IG to act on a formal complaint duly presented before his office is professional ineptness and a serious violation of the Zambia Police Act. I therefore asked the Police Public Complaints Authority to accordingly cite Mr Kakoma Kanganja for professional ineptness, complicity and violation of the Zambia Police Act ensure that appropriate action is taken against him. I will persue this matter to its logical end because impunity, lawlessness and wanton abuse of authority and public resources must not be tolerated in any democratic country. God bless Zambia. ANTONIO MWANZA FDD Spokesperson The post Antonio Mwanza Reports IG to Police Public Complaints Authority appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Antonio Mwanza Reports IG to Police Public Complaints Authority

FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza is not letting up the case against PF secretary general Davies Mwila and has added Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kaganja on his indictment list. Mwanza said that the Inspector General has failed to lead by … Continued

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FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza is not letting up the case against PF secretary general Davies Mwila and has added Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kaganja on his indictment list. Mwanza said that the Inspector General has failed to lead by arresting Mwila for his statement that PF cadres should take over markets and bus stations. He has reported Kanganja to the Police Public Complaints Authority for alleged complicity, professional ineptness and violating the Zambia Police Act. Mwila’s statement t stirred controversy, with President Edgar Lungu calming the storm by meeting the former. The FDD reported Mwila to the police but has gotten impatient with the lack of action from the police. Below is Mwanza’s statement: INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE TAKEN TO TASK I wish to inform the nation that l have today the 31st January, 2017 lodged a formal complaint against Mr Kakoma Kanganja, the Inspector General of Police with the Police Public Complaints Authority for complicity, professional ineptness and violation of the Zambia Police Act for his failure to have Mr Davies Mwila, the Secretary General of the Patriotic Front arrested and charged for inciting PF cadres to forcibly take over the running of markets and bus stations in kabwe. I wish to reminder the nation that on 20th January, 2017 I formally lodged a complaint with the IG against the said Mr Davies Mwila over his criminal utterances of inciting lawlessness and subversion of authority against the Kabwe Local authorities and upto date the IG has failed to act on my complaint. Cap 107 of the Laws of Zambia gives the IG full command, superitendence, direction and control of the entire Police Force hence the failure by the IG to act on a formal complaint duly presented before his office is professional ineptness and a serious violation of the Zambia Police Act. I therefore asked the Police Public Complaints Authority to accordingly cite Mr Kakoma Kanganja for professional ineptness, complicity and violation of the Zambia Police Act ensure that appropriate action is taken against him. I will persue this matter to its logical end because impunity, lawlessness and wanton abuse of authority and public resources must not be tolerated in any democratic country. God bless Zambia. ANTONIO MWANZA FDD Spokesperson The post Antonio Mwanza Reports IG to Police Public Complaints Authority appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Revoke Night Travel Ban – Emmanuel Mwamba

Emmanuel Mwamba, the High Commissioner to South Africa, has delivered an 8-point proposal to curb road carnage in Zambia in which he urges the revocation of the night travel ban. Mwamba has effectively gone against government who recently imposed a … Continued

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Emmanuel Mwamba, the High Commissioner to South Africa, has delivered an 8-point proposal to curb road carnage in Zambia in which he urges the revocation of the night travel ban. Mwamba has effectively gone against government who recently imposed a night ban of public service vehicles in a bid to curb accidents on Zambian roads. The ban has yielded no success with road accidents continuing at nearly the same rate. This morning 10 people died after a Mazhandu Bus collided with a truck between Kabwe and Kapiri. BELOW IS EMMANUEL MWAMBA’S PROPOSAL We will need a comprehensive approach to end the carnage on the road and save lives. 1. Attend to the corrupt system from roadblocks that still let the not-so-roadworthy vehicles pass through to unlicensed drivers. 2. Introduce speed governors to regulate the speed of buses. 3. Ensure that authorities only allow suitable buses for Zambia. 4. Introduce and verify a training for public service vehicles. 5. Ensure that buses that travel beyond 300km to have two drivers. 6. Revoke the ban on night driving( as this makes drivers race to beat the deadline) 7. Invest in a dedicated highway Patrol system with dedicated allocated vehicles 8..build dual carriage ways on busy routes such as, Lusaka-Livingstone, Lusaka-Copperbelt, Kapiri-Nakonde routes. Add your thoughts too… The post Revoke Night Travel Ban – Emmanuel Mwamba appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Family Mourns Soldier Tumani Jallow Amid Uncertainty of Life

[Foroyaa] The family of Lance Corporal Tumani Jallow, a plain clothes state guard soldier close to former President Yahya Jammeh have begun mourning the presumed death of the young officer amid uncertainty that he is alive after months of disappearance…

[Foroyaa] The family of Lance Corporal Tumani Jallow, a plain clothes state guard soldier close to former President Yahya Jammeh have begun mourning the presumed death of the young officer amid uncertainty that he is alive after months of disappearance without trace.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Lab Trains, Certifies 35 Paralegals

[Concord] Legal Aid Board, with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) on Thursday, 26th January, 2017 concluded eight days training for 35 paralegals that would be deployed across the country to help provide justice for the p…

[Concord] Legal Aid Board, with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) on Thursday, 26th January, 2017 concluded eight days training for 35 paralegals that would be deployed across the country to help provide justice for the poor.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Former President to Feed 2, 000 People

[Concord] Former President of Sella Development for Education and Progress (SeDEP), now adviser to the organisation, Makah Jalloh, has unveiled his plans to feed the entire SeDEP membership that would be in Makeni on 18th February, 2017.

[Concord] Former President of Sella Development for Education and Progress (SeDEP), now adviser to the organisation, Makah Jalloh, has unveiled his plans to feed the entire SeDEP membership that would be in Makeni on 18th February, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Corporate Affairs Commission Issues Ultimatum to Companies

[Concord] E -Chief Executive officer of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has issued an ultimatum to all local and international companies to honour their registration or face court action.

[Concord] E -Chief Executive officer of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has issued an ultimatum to all local and international companies to honour their registration or face court action.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone