Man nabbed for defiling girl (4)
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Police capBy SYLVIA MWEETWA –

POLICE in Kabwe have arrested a 35-year-old man of Lukanga Township for allegedly defiling a four-year-old  girl.
The girl was allegedly defiled by the accused person only identified as Abraham.
Deputy Central Province Police chief, Edwin Bwanga confirmed the arrest of  the accused in Kabwe yesterday, saying a friend of the girl’s mother saw the girl leaving the accused’s house as she was limping and crying.
Mr Bwanga said when the girl was asked why she was crying and limping, she said the accused had carnal knowledge of her.
“I can confirm that we have arrested a man who is alleged to have defiled a girl. When the girl was asked, she mentioned the accused and said that he forced himself on her,” he said.
He said the accused had since been arrested and charged for defilement and would appear in court soon.
In another incident, a 20-year-old-pupil has died after he was hit by a CR Scania Marcopolo bus registration number ABD 5308 in Kapiri Mposhi District.
The deceased identified as Boniface Kalunga was hit by the bus as he was cycling along the road and died on the spot.
Mr Bwanga said the incident happened on Thursday afternoon and identified the driver of the bus as Gilbert Tonga of Lusaka’s Garden Township, who had since been arrested facing the charge of causing death by dangerous driving.
Meanwhile, police have commenced investigations surrounding the death of a Zambia Army officer in Kabwe who was burnt to death following an explosion of a container of petrol.
The Army Major of  Kohima Barracks, Sikufele Namiluku, died around 21:00 hours on Wednesday as he was attempting to light up a brazier after a power outage and in the process, the lit candle he was holding, accidentally fell on a container filled with petrol and exploded.
Major Namiluku who was 39-years-old, was a military transport officer at the Military Training Establishment of Zambia (MILTEZ).

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