DRUG Enforcement Commission (DEC) director general Mary Chirwa says the commission won’t be intimidated by those preparing to march in solidarity of former first lady Esther Lungu when she appears for interviews this Tuesday. And Home Affairs permanent secretary Josephs Akufumba has warned those mobilising with intent to disrupt a peaceful interview that they will be arrested. Patriotic Front members have mounted a vigorous campaign on social media, urging people to go “ichitinta ng’ombe (in large numbers)” to DEC offices as Esther appears for questioning. In an interview, however, Chirwa said DEC would go ahead to interview Esther regardless of any situation. But she said her officers also deserved protection as they carried out their work. “In the first place,…...

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