Opposition United Party for National Development Youths again have accused the Zambia Police of deliberately denying a police bond to their Lusaka Province Spokesman Gilbert Liswaniso as a means of exerting punishment.

Mr. Liswaniso, who is still locked up at Woodlands Police Station was picked from the University of Zambia radio Studios where he was featuring on a Special program called the Lusaka Times earlier this week.

woodlands-police-stationIt is alleged that Mr. Liswaniso issued ill comments against the Head of State and has been slapped with seditious practices and inciting violence.

Upnd Lusaka Province Vice Chairman for administration Nonde Sikasote has described the move as an act of injustice.

Mr. Sikasote believes the Patriotic Front will aim at nothing but to silence divergent views in order to remain in power forever.

Also Party National youth chairman Likando Mufalali has repeated that the ruling patriotic front is using the police to silence the opposition.

Mr. Mufalali says the action will not intimidate their members.


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