NEW Heritage Party president Chishala Kateka has admonished the police for allegedly issuing threats against members of her party who intend to contest parliamentary elections. In an interview, Kateka said while she has not received threats from the police, some members of her party have been threatened with arrests if they contested the parliamentary elections. “I haven’t received any threat personally but a member of our part who is standing in Ikelenge has received a threat that they will arrest them. So, they have no grounds for arresting that person...

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