Mwinilunga me in court for illegal possession of AK 47 rifle, ammunitions

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A general worker at Mwinilunga District Council and a charcoal burner yesterday pleaded guilty in the magistrates’ court for unlawfully being in possession of 25 rounds of ammunitions and two AK47 rifles.

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Before Magistrate Christantos Chandi was Terry Ibulamanga, 46, a general worker at the district council, charged with unlawful possession of 25 rounds of ammunitions of an AK47 rifle, contrary to Section 10 of the Firearms Act Chapter 110 of the Laws of Zambia.

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Facts before the court were that on December 1, 2013 Ibulamanga, in Mwinilunga district of North-western Province, had in his possession 25 rounds of ammunitions of an AK47 rifle without any lawful authority.

Also before Magistrate Chandi was Allan Muke, 49, a charcoal burner charged with unlawful possession of a prohibited article contrary to Section 37 clause (1) and (2) of the Firearms Act
Chapter 110 of the Laws of Zambia.

Facts before the court were that on December 1, 2013, Muke in Mwinilunga district of North-western Province, had in his possession prohibited articles namely two AK 47 rifles serial numbers 1235/1346 and 3300907/00901 without any lawful authority.

The case is coming up on Friday, December 5, 2013 for facts while the two accused are still remanded in police custody.

On Monday, December 1, 2013, security wings in the district recovered two AK47 rifles and 25 rounds of ammunitions during a joint operation.

 

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