Lungu orders Police on the Copperbelt to act

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President Edgar Lungu has ordered the Zambia Police Command not to tolerate any breakdown of law and order in the Country.

President Lungu has particularly directed the Police on the Copperbelt to ensure that law and order in the Province is maintained.

President Lungu who is also ruling PF presidential candidate made the directive at  Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium this afternoon during a campaign rally.

President Lungu says much as he has faith in the police chief Kakoma Kanganja , there is need for him to be on top of things in restoring law and order on the Copperbelt.

He has warned that if the police fails to bring sanity in the country, it will be chaos if the PF try to do it as they are attacked almost on a daily basis by UPND cadres.

Meanwhile, President Lungu has advised Zambians not to usher in a government that will  be a try and error kind of governance.

Earlier MMD President Felix Mutati confirmed that the ruling PF and the MMD have now formally cemented a working together alliance.

Mr. Mutati says the two political parties have mutually agreed to work together because they respect each other.