A SUSPECTED PF supporter who was arrested over the harassment of a civil servant at the Ministry of Works and Supply, has pleaded guilty to all charges leveled against him.
Charles Kakula, 25, is facing charges of criminal trespass, threatening violence and common assault.
In count one, it is alleged that Kakula on April 13, 2021 jointly and whilst acting together with unknown persons threatened violence to Shelly Chatungwa to which he said he was going to burn her within her office.
In the second count, it is alleged that Kakula on the same date jointly and whilst acting with other unknown persons unlawfully assaulted Chatungwa.
And in the last count, Kakula is alleged to have on April 13, 2021 entered upon the premises of the Ministry of Works and supply with intent to commit a felony.
When the matter came up for plea before Magistrate Faides Hamaundu, Friday, the charges were read to the accused person which he said he understood and voluntarily admitted to all the three charges.
Kakula later applied for bail which was granted.
Magistrate Hamaundi granted him K2,500 bail in his own recognisance.
The matter has since been adjourned to April 26, 2021 for facts and sentencing.
Allegations in this matter are that on April 13, this year, Kakula entered the premises of the Ministry of Works and Supply and threatened Shelly Chatungwa in her office by hounding her out of the office.
Kakula who was in the company of other people unknown suspected Chatungwa to be a member of the opposition UPND and hence dragged her out of office on political grounds.
He further told Chatungwa that he would burn her should she continue being in her office.