Petrol bomb victim put to rest
Published On December 6, 2017 » 1247 Views» By Davies M.M Chanda » Latest News
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By MUNAMBEZA MUWANEI  in Sinazongwe –
SENIOR Chief Mweemba’s grandson Mubita Mubita who died after the chief’s palace was petrol-bombed recently was yesterday buried in Sinazongwe.
And the Government has assured residents of Sinazongwe in Senior Chief Mweemba’s area of adequate security.
Sinazongwe District Commissioner Protacial Mulenga said during the burial that the petrol-bombing of the palace was inhuman and should never be allowed to happen again.
Mubita, 19, who was also a football player, died while being evacuated to Livingstone Central Hospital for specialised treatment.
Mr Mulenga said the Government would soon put up a police post in the area and urged the residents to be alert and report all strange behaviours to the police.
“What happened is inhuman, burning of the palace and causing the death of Mubita is so evil, it is so sad,” Mr Mulenga said.
He paid tribute to President Edgar Lungu for the support towards the funeral expenses.
The burial procession was preceded by a church service at the palace which was conducted by Coca-Cola Football Club coach Joe Sichiila where Mubita played football.
Others in attendance were area councilor Nawa Lubasi, Sinazongwe District Amateur Football League officials and various people from all walks of life

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