Copperbelt Province Police Commissioner Charity Katanga says police arrested pastors and CTPD officials who gathered to discuss the national budget because they digressed from the topic and started talking about politics, which incensed other discussants. And Katanga says she does not perform her duties in order to get noticed and promoted by President Edgar Lungu, but rather follows the Public Order Act in managing public gatherings. Meanwhile, Katanga says the arrested clergy and CTPD officials have all paid admission of guilt fees because they were remorseful and did not want to have the matter taken to court. A fortnight ago, Police in disrupted a pastors’ meeting at Ndola Central Baptist Church organised by Centre for Trade Policy and Development to…...

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