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KAJOBA GETS TOUGH ON DEFIANT CADRES

Kajoba gets tough on defiant cadres


By KALOBWE BWALYA
INSPECTOR General of Police Lemmy Kajoba has directed deputy police commissioners throughout the country to weed out political cadres from all markets and bus stations and offer protection.
Mr Kajoba has observed with concern the continued reports of harassment of the public in some markets and bus stations by some suspected political cadres.
He said police officers should be deployed to markets and bus stations as a proactive measure.
Mr Kajoba also appealed to traders to report individuals who were in the habit of harassing them to police officers.
He advised traders to pay fees to officials from the local authorities and not political cadres.

“This will enable us to respond to people’s concerns without delay hence protecting traders from those cadres who are trying to resist change in the running of markets and bus stations.
“It has also become a practice that whenever cadres notice the absence of police officers, they begin harassing the public and only escape the moment police officers are called in to restore order, therefore we should not continue on that reactive route,” Mr Kajoba said.


By KALOBWE BWALYA
INSPECTOR General of Police Lemmy Kajoba has directed deputy police commissioners throughout the country to weed out political cadres from all markets and bus stations and offer protection.
Mr Kajoba has observed with concern the continued reports of harassment of the public in some markets and bus stations by some suspected political cadres.

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He said police officers should be deployed to markets and bus stations as a proactive measure.
Mr Kajoba also appealed to traders to report individuals who were in the habit of harassing them to police officers.
He advised traders to pay fees to officials from the local authorities and not political cadres.

“This will enable us to respond to people’s concerns without delay hence protecting traders from those cadres who are trying to resist change in the running of markets and bus stations.
“It has also become a practice that whenever cadres notice the absence of police officers, they begin harassing the public and only escape the moment police officers are called in to restore order, therefore we should not continue on that reactive route,” Mr Kajoba said.

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