GOVERNMENT has asked those with information relating to the alleged sexual harassment at various women’s national teams to come on board and help with investigations. Speaking in an interview yesterday, Sports minister Elvis Nkandu said should the ongoing allegations of sexual harassment be true, the culprits will face the wrath of the law. Social media on Monday went awash with allegations that some officials in charge of the Women’s teams in the country were sexually harassing the players, citing the Copper Queens. “Those are allegations, and they can be proved, the Copper Queens are a government trophy and whosoever is trying to sexually harass them should face the wrath of the law. If that report is true, I am afraid…...

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