Police, RTSA partner to curb misconduct

 

THE Zambia Police (ZP) says it w work with the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) to ensure road safety for all road users during the inauguration of President Edgar Lungu.

And the police have assured the nation that it would deploy adequate security officers across Lusaka to ensure that all people and property were protected.

Speaking during an interview on Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation yesterday, ZP spokesperson Rae Hamoonga urged the general public to celebrate President Lungu’s inauguration responsibly.

Mr Hamoonga warned that the police would not tolerate law breakers and that enough officers would be stationed at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka, the venue for the inauguration to ensure that the whole process is peaceful.

He disclosed that more officers would be deployed in strategic places across the city to protect the general public and property.

Mr Hamoonga also warned that the inauguration was likely to attract a lot of people from different places across the country and that some people often misconducted themselves during such events.

“We urge the general public to celebrate President Lungu’s inauguration responsibly. The police will not tolerate law breakers during this time. We assure the nation that enough officers will be stationed at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka, the venue for the inauguration to ensure that the whole process is peaceful. More officers will be deployed in strategic places across the city to protect the general public and property,” he said.

Meanwhile, First Republic President of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda has called for peace, love and unity in the country.

Speaking during a church service at United Church of Zambia’s St Pauls Congregation in Lusaka, Dr Kaunda advised that it was high time to put aside political differences and that people should love one another.

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