Zambia bans political campaign number plates


Government has ordered all motorists using initials of their preferred candidates as number plates on their vehicles to remove them with immediate effect.

Home Affairs Minister Panji Kaunda says it is an offence for motorists to use such number plates.
Colonel Kaunda has warned that any motorist found with such number plate risk their vehicle being impounded.

In an interview with QTV news, Colonel Panji says it is a security risk to have such campaign number plates.
He explains that it would be difficult to tell whether indeed the owner of the vehicle belongs to a particular political party or is a criminal.



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