Vice President Inonge Wina says Government will allow the relevant authorities to deal with the culprits of the political violence that characterized Mulobezi district in the Western province last weekend in the run-up to the June 30 Mulobezi constituency parliamentary by-election.
Mrs Wina was speaking when she paid a courtesy call on the BRE Kuta in Mwandi district this morning.
The Vice President noted that the political misunderstanding in Mulobezi shocked everyone and that if it was established that the violence was caused by outsiders they shall be deported back to where they came from.
ZANIS reports that Mrs Wina was reacting to remarks made by BRE representative Induna Anasambala who stated that no violence had ever been reported in Sesheke Kuta during campaigns and that it was strange because the area has always been peaceful.
Induna Anasambala further noted that such incidents occur because people are ferried from different parts of the country during campaign periods .
He said the people of Mulobezi, Sesheke and Mwandi districts are law abiding and that whoever is found responsible should be dealt with by the law.
The Vice President is in the Western province on a working visit.