POLICE in Lusaka have jointly charged and arrested two men aged 36 and 38 for pretending to be Chief Inspectors from the Ministry of General Education. In a statement, Thursday, Police Spokesperson Rae Hamoonga narrated that Vincent Mwape, the sole proprietor of Crown Academy School, reported that four unknown criminals claiming and purporting to be Chief Inspectors went to his school with several different identity cards from different ministries. He stated that after the complainant became suspicious, youths managed to apprehend two suspects who have since been charged with the offence of impersonation of public officers. “Police in Lusaka have jointly charged and arrested Peter Mulenga aged 36 and Brighton Chola aged 38 both of Lusaka for the offence of…...

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