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Police in Lusaka have arrested embattled NDC consultant, Chishimba Kambwili.

Kambwili was arrested for issuing racial remarks and promoting hatred against a group.

Some MPs are now arranging to bail him out.

Details of his charges coming.

Earlier Kambwili presented himself at the Lusaka Central Police Station.

He was accompanied by the Alliance leaders, led by Opposition leader, Hakainde Hichilema.

But the Police restricted entry into the station demanding that only the suspect person must be allowed and given entry with his lawyers.

But Kambwili has opted to leave the police station with alliance leaders claiming that he would only come back when his fellow opposition leaders are allowed.

The convoy of oposition leaders and supporters were seen driving out of Lusaka Central Police station.

Police are reportedly pondering how to compel him to submit to lawful orders or nab him in the face of this defiant act.

But Kambwili apparently realised the folly of his action and returned to the Lusaka Central Police accompanied by Elias Chipimo.


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