Lusaka woman chained to a tree at the Freedom Statue

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By NATION REPORTER

A ONCE ardent follower of the United Party for National Development (UPND), Dorcas Nachibona of Emasdale Site and Service was yesterday allegedly abducted from a social place and was found chained at the Freedom Statute  and was only rescued by the Zambia Police.

According to reports, Ms Nachibona was at a social place with her acquaintances and that during their interaction, she became excessively critical of the governing party which she had been supporting over the years to the discomfort of those around.

It is alleged that Ms Nachibona peeved her associates who are also UPND sympathisers and in unexplained circumstances, she was abducted and only found herself at the Freedom Statue chained but unhurt.

However, the Zambia Police after rescuing Ms Nachibona decided to lead her to Central Police where by press time, she was being held but without an arrest or charge.

It is short statement, Danny Mwale, the Police deputy spokesperson said Ms Nachibona, 28 was being held after she was found chained at the Freedom Statue.

Mr Mwale said she was discovered yesterday around 06:00 hours by a member of the public who later called the Police.

“When interviewed, she disclosed that she was drinking the whole night with a female friend who she cannot identify,” he said.

He said Police had since instituted investigations into the matter.

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