CITIZENS First president Harry Kalaba says Copperbelt police detained him for a few hours because he didn’t have a permit to have a luncheon at the party’s national union chairperson’s residence. But Police on the Copperbelt say Kalaba was just warned and not detained. In an interview, Kalaba said the UPND’s politics of intimidation would not stop him from fighting for the people of Zambia. “They said that I didn’t have a permit to have a luncheon at the national union chairperson’s residence. We are in a very repressive regime. We are in a repressive regime and it is sad because this thing should not be happening. We are not having a rally, we are not having any meeting, the…...

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