‘Disorderly’ UNZA students in court

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FOUR University of Zambia (UNZA) students yesterday appeared in the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court on a charge of idle and disorderly persons.
Bwalya Mulenga, Gift Muleya, Saviour Chanda and Tiertius Chileshe appeared before magistrate Humphrey Chitalu but could not take plea because Nicholas Lupili, one of the accused persons, was not before court.

The five are charged with one count of idle and disorderly persons.
Any person found guilty and convicted is liable to imprisonment for a month or to a fine or both.
Particulars of the offence are that Mulenga, Muleya, Chanda, Lupili and Chileshe conducted or behaved in a manner likely to cause breach of the peace.

The offence was allegedly committed on October 14, this year, in Lusaka.
Magistrate Chitalu adjourned the matter to today for plea.

 

Zambia Daily Mail

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