HOME Affairs and Internal Security Minister Jack Mwiimbu has expressed displeasure and disappointment over the political violence that has characterised the Kabwata parliamentary by-election slated for January 20. And Mwiimbu says government has given individuals illegally holding onto government motor vehicles seven days amnesty within which to surrender them, failure to which they will be arrested and charged for theft of motor vehicles. Addressing the briefing, Tuesday, Mwiimbu warned individuals and political parties involved in political violence in Kabwata constituency to immediately stop the vice and embrace peaceful campaigns. “I wish to register government’s displeasure and disappointment on the political violence that has characterised Kabwata constituency parliamentary by-election slated for 20th January, 2022. This by-election follows the death of the…...

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