Ignore Police threats – Chipimo

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A Police officer roughs up a suspected Nkana fan during the 2014 CAF Champions League first round, first leg match against Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe at the weekend. The teams drew 2-2
A Police officer roughs up a suspected Nkana fan during the 2014 CAF Champions League first round, first leg match against Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe at the weekend. The teams drew 2-2
Opposition National Restoration Party (NAREP) President, Elias Chipimo Junior, has urged stakeholders championing the release of the final draft constitution to ignore the Zambia Police warning over the prayer meetings.

The Zambia Police has warned that the law will take its course and visit all churches using their church buildings for campaigns to push for the release of the first draft Constitution.

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Mr. Chipimo says the PF government will try to intimidate the relevant stakeholders championing for the speedy enactment of the new republican constitution, by using the Police but that this will not succeed.

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Mr. Chipimo states that genuine opposition political parties, CSOs, Church mother Bodies and other concerned stakeholders have already drawn an agenda and that they know what they want.

He explains that according to the current constitution under Article 1 sub article 2, power resides in the people and that the people will do anything within the limit of their powers.

Mr. Chipimo notes that there is nothing unconstitutional for people to gather in church and pray over issues affecting them.

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