Zambia Police Promises K50, 000 Reward For Information On Ritual Killers

Zambia Police Promises K50, 000 Reward For Information On Ritual Killers.

INSPECTOR General of Police Kakoma Kanganja has offered a K50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the culprits involved in the ritual killings that have recently rocked Matero Township in Lusaka.

Mr Kanganja said police had declared war against the ritual killers and promised confidentiality of sources that would bring information leading to the arrest of the criminals.
The police chief has, meanwhile, urged residents of George, Mwembeshi, Chunga and Matero townships to be vigilant since the killers were within their townships.
Kanganja said this when he toured all police stations in Matero Constituency, including the recently-burned down Mwembeshi police post where some rehabilitation works have commenced with funding from business persons in the locality.
Members of the public mobbed the police chief and shouted “baza gwiliwa, boma ni boma” (they will be arrested, the State is powerful).
Mr Kanganja urged the residents not to attack police officers who were working in the area and asked them to cooperate and furnish them with necessary information since security had been beefed up in the area.
Mwembeshi Ward 10 councillor Chrispin Kabole thanked the police for intensifying security in his area, saying the killers would be caught soon.

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