Police release CBU students

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Police in Kitwe have started releasing the over 3-Hundred Copperbelt University students who were picked up during unrest at the campus on Monday.

 

Copperbelt police commissioner Joyce Kasosa says the students are being released after paying 22 kwacha 50 ngwee admission of guilt fee.

Ms Kasosa told ZNBC news in a telephone interview that calm has returned at the CBU campus.

 

She has urged students to desist from being violent whenever they are aggrieved.

The student’s on Monday fought running battles with police after they blocked Jambo Drive in protest over the work stoppage by lecturers.

Later Police summoned Copperbelt University Lecturers for questioning in connection with the riotous behavior by the students.

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