Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda says police must start being proactive by storming radio stations to stop provocative interviews which he says have started incite xenophobic attacks in Zambia. Last week, Lufwanyama police fought running battles with ZAFFICO workers following reports that the institution had been sold to the Chinese. And when President Edgar Lungu arrived in the province for the two-day working visit, Sunday, provincial minister Japhen Mwakalombe told him that UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema had told lies that ZAFFICO had been sold to the Chinese when he featured on Sun FM radio earlier last week. But the Head of State said he would ignore such detractors. However, Kitwe’s Kawama, Chimwemwe, Buchi…...

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