Home Affairs Minister, Stephen Kampyongo has warned youths across the country

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Home Affairs Minister, Stephen Kampyongo has warned youths across the country not to go ahead with the planned protest tomorrow as they will face the full wrath of the law.

Mr. Kampyongo says youths should instead be at home and not to be used by unscrupulous few individuals to cause commotion in the country.

He has since directed Inspector General of Police, Kakoma Kanganja to ensure adequate manpower is put in place to guarantee that there is law and order.

Mr. Kampyongo says Zambia has a huge task of ensuring that the peace that has been enjoyed from time immemorial is preserved and that non-law-abiding citizens will not be entertained.

He made the warning in Ndola and Masaiti districts today when he officially handed over 68 housing units which are part of the 2-Hundred and 7 that have been handed over to the men and women in uniform on the Copperbelt during his tour of duty over the weekend.

And Copperbelt Province Minister, Japhen Mwakalombe said the government has scored unprecedented development in all areas including rural.

Mr. Mwakalombe said soon Government will commence upgrading feeder roads to smoothen mobility of goods and services in peri-urban areas in the province.

Meanwhile, Masaiti Member of Parliament, Michael Katambo said the construction of police housing units in Kafulafuta is a great achievement and will be a morale booster to police officers in the area.

 

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