Zambian flag lands traders in trouble

A 38-year-old man has appeared in the Lusaka Magistrate court for stealing a Zambian flag from Kamulanga health post.

Alick Chipoya, a businessman of Lusaka’s Msisi compound, was arrested and charged for theft.

He is facing one count of theft contrary to the laws of Zambia.

Particulars of the offence are that Chipoya on 13th March last year allegedly stole one Zambian national flag from Kamulanga health post valued at K700.

He is expected to appear in court soon.

Meanwhile, two men have appeared in the magistrates court charged with aggravated robbery.

Patrick Chitalu, 28, and John Kayombo, 34, both of Chaisa compound in Lusaka appeared in court accused of stealing a motor vehicle.

Chitalu and Kayombo are facing one count of aggravated robbery contrary to section 294 of the Penal Code Cap 87 of the laws of Zambia .

The duo are expected to take plea early next week.

They are alleged to have on 13th January, jointly and while acting together with others unknown, stolen a Nissan Terrano, valued at K83, 900, property of Juma Kapeta.

Meanwhile, Chitalu is also facing another charge of aggravated robbery contrary to the laws of Zambia.

He is alleged to have on December 24 last year stolen a BlackBerry cell phone, a pair of shoes  and  K1,600 cash all valued at K3,025, property of Bornwell Sakala.

He allegedly used or threatened to use violence towards  Sakala to obtain the property.

On this charge, Chitalu is expected to appear in court soon.

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