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They are not my vehicles – Lusambo

…as Emmanuel Mwamba clears PF name from the 72 seized motor vehicles

By LUCY PHIRI

Bowman Lusambo has described assertions that he is the owner of some of the vehicles as malicious, stating that he has had no idea or knowledge of the vehicles.

Mr Lusambo has challenged those insinuating that he is the owner of some of the seized vehicles to verify with the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RATSA) instead of making unqualified allegations.

Mr Lusambo said those associating him with the seized vehicles were free to go to RATSA to assertasin and confirm the ownership of the vehicles instead of maligning him.

He said he had nothing to do with the vehicles nor did have the capacity to own such a fleet of motor vehicles.

THE 72 motor vehicles allegedly seized by the Zambia Police do not belong to the Patriotic Front (PF) and the investigative wings should avoid the temptation of sensationalizing the claimed seizure, Emmanuel Mwamba has said.

Mr Mwamba, a member of the PF central committee says the seized motor vehicles had number plates and that it should therefore not be difficult for the Zambia Police to find the owners of the vehicles.

He said the Zambia Police should stop sensationalism and suggesting corruption without evidence over the 72 seized vehicles and challenged the Joint Investigative team to go to RTSA and get details of the owner.

Mr Mwamba said the vehicles were registered and had number plates and that it was the duty of the joint investigative team to investigate to establish the owners because registration at RTSA could easily be obtained.

“These cars are registered and have number plates. It is the duty of RTSA to help the police identify the owners of the vehicles and this would be done in 10 minutes to establish the owners, and also to find out if the owner has a car hire,’’ Mr Mwamba said.

Mr. Mwamba disclosed that all what was happening was as a result of wanting to divert the attention of the public over the scandals Mukushi and the current Ndola-Lusaka Dual Carriageway.

“The UPND wants to divert attention from the people of Zambia. Those vehicles have number plates and they are registered. The Joint Investigative Team should just go to RATSA and get the details of these vehicles and they will establish who the owner is. Registration at RATSA provides a physical address not diverting the attention of the people to forget the currents acts,’’ he said.

Recently, Police deputy public relations officer Danny Mwale said vehicles and the water vessel which were discovered in a private yard in Lusaka west after an operation had been seuzed.

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