The case in which four Zambians have sued Lubosi Imwiko II in his capacity as Litunga of the Western Province of Zambia could not take off this morning as scheduled for non-availability of a High Court Judge to preside over it.
Mongu does not have any resident judge but depends on judges that periodically come to hold sessions in Mongu and because there was no judge assigned to the case, it has been adjourned indefinitely until a judge has been assigned to it. It is the same judge who will then decide when the court will sit again to hear the case.
THE three suspected poachers, including a Zambian police officer, that were arrested in connection with illegal ivory trading in Kaoma on the 22nd December 2016 after they were allegedly found possession of 47 kilogrammes of elephant ivory will appear again before the Kaoma Court under the presiding Magistrate Honourable Malata on the 24th February 2016.
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In order to avoid what they have called ‘unwarranted’ suspicion and ‘malicious’ propaganda that Zambia’s ruling establishment is backing Imikendu’s Litunga Litgation, the ruling Patriotic Front party is now set to fire two of their most hardworking members, Nabiwa Imikendu and Charles Mutemwa, who have dragged Lubosi Imwiko II to a Zambian high court, demanding that he abdicates as Litunga of ‘Western Province’ of Zambia for alleged gross incompetence.