Police Spokesperson Charity Munganga Chanda has told QFM News in an interview that the woman should forego her embarrassment of the ordeal and come forward and help Police to bring the perpetrators to book.
Ms. Chanda has disclosed that no one has come forward so far to give information leading to the arrest of the people behind the video posted on social media of a nude woman who was harassed after being caught committing adultery.
Ms. Chanda says the Police are continuing with their investigations on the ground to establish people behind the video.
Police have offered a reward of K5, 000 for anyone with information leading to the arrest of the people behind the nude video.
And Police have appealed to the church and members of the public to partner with it if the rampant circulation of pornographic pictures and videos on social media in the country is to be curbed.
Ms. Chanda says Police hold the position that the church and members of public have a role to play in guarding against moral decay.