Chingangu in court for breaking into a house again

Joseph Chingangu is escorted to the police truck 'Kasalanga' shortly after appearing at Lusaka's Magestrates court for house breaking -picture by Tenson Mkhala

Zambian ex-heavyweight champion Joseph ‘No Pressure’ Chingangu has yet again appeared in the Lusaka Magistrates’ Court for breaking into a house in Libala.

This is barely six months after UNZA students beat him up after he was caught stealing a laptop.

It is alleged that Chingangu, on March 19 this year, in Lusaka with intent to steal, broke into a dwelling house of Robert Lupenga, a resident of Lusaka’s Libala area.

The former boxing heavyweight champion was last year also arrested and charged with theft of motor vehicle.

Chingangu has pleaded not guilty before magistrate Greenwell Malumani and he has been granted K10,000 bail in his own recognizance with two working sureties in the like sum.

Joseph Chingangu gets into the police truck 'Kasalanga' shortly after appearing at Lusaka's Magestrates court for house breaking in Lusaka - picture by Tenson Mkhala

Joseph Chingangu gets into the police truck ‘Kasalanga’ shortly after appearing at Lusaka’s Magestrates court for house breaking in Lusaka – picture by Tenson Mkhala

         

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