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POLICE in Lusaka are looking for the attackers of Justice Minister and Kabwata Member of parliament Mr Given Lubinda during his tour of the market yesterday.

Police spokesperson Esther Katongo confirmed receiving a report from Mr Lubinda that he was assaulted by unknown persons during his tour of Kabwata Market between 15. 00 hours and 15.30 hours.

“The suspects have not yet been identified and investigations in the matter have been instituted and a docket of Assault has been opened,” said Ms Katongo

She said  however  that contrary to what was circulating on social media, Mr Lubinda was at no point undressed by the assailants and at the time he went to report the matter to Kabwata Police Station, he was fully dressed.

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