By SILUMESI MALUMO
The law must take its course against UPND deputy youth national chairperson Clement Chikota for threatening violence and destroying private property, Economic Front Chairperson Humphrey Kabwe has demanded.
Last week Mr Chikota and his colleagues threatened violence against police officers who were manning a private property in Muombe Village in Chembe district
In an interview, Mr Kabwe said there should be no sacred cows in applying the law, therefore, the UPND officials must face the wrath of the law.
“Clement Chikota and his colleagues are not fit to be in society but rather they should be caged before they cause harm to the people and damage properties.
President Hakainde Hichilema has been preaching about rule of law but surprisingly his cadres are breaking the law without being prosecuted.
Meanwhile Mr Kabwe said his party is deeply disappointed with the UPND government’s continuous lame excuses on 30,000 teacher’s recruitment exercises since it was first announced last year.