HOME Affairs and Internal Security Minister Jack Mwiimbu has launched the Public Order Act review process, which he estimates will cost K4 million. At a media briefing, Thursday, Mwiimbu said the review process would be widely consultative and would involve various major stakeholders. “We are going to spend approximately K4 million during this consultative process,” he said. “The process we are going to undertake will be widely consultative. We are going to involve all the major stakeholders in this country. These are the church mother bodies and other churches that are interested to participate, non-governmental organisations, political parties and other stakeholders who will be interested to participate in the process. The process will be consultative, we do not want as…...

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