Lungu storms Ibex Hill Police to demand Jay Jay’s disappearance details

Lungu storms Ibex Hill Police to demand Jay Jay’s disappearance details

FORMER president Edgar Lungu who is “under house arrest” stormed Twin Palm Police Station in Lusaka to conduct an investigation on the disappearance of Petauke Central member of parliament Emmanuel Jay Jay Banda.

This morning, the country woke up to the news of the mysterious disappearance of the lawmaker.

Banda’s abandoned Toyota Land Cruiser registration number BAX 3974ZM was found parked by the roadside about three kilometers away from Twin Palm Police Station on the West with its engine running, doors not locked, lights on and the right side of the windscreen shattered.

“Inside the vehicle, officers only found two phones and a written note stating, “DEAR ZAMBIANS AM VERY SORRY PLEASE FORGIVE ME AND STAY BLESSED HON JAY BANDA,” Zambia Police Service spokesperson Rae Hamoonga explained in a statement earlier in the day.

Hamoonga further explained that a search around the scene surrounding area where the car was found revealed nothing.

He said vehicle was then moved to Twin Palm Police Station for further investigation.

“Twin Palm Police Station is actively investigating this matter. Preliminary investigations have revealed that Honorable Jay Banda left the ibex home yesterday May 24, 2024 at 21:30 hours stating that he was going for a meeting.Later on at 22:27 hours he arrived at the home of his wife in Kamwala South near the yellow shop and later left at 01:00 hours this morning back to the other wife’s home in ibex hill in order to prepare for departure to Petauke for a wedding,” Hamoonga revealed.

He urged urge anyone with information related to the lawmaker’s disappearance to come forward and assist with Police inquires.

In the wake of the investigation, Lungu accompanied by dozens of cadres singing his praise stormed Twin Palm Police Station saying he wanted the details of the case.

His handlers reported that the former president was not allowed inside the Police premises.

Kalemba May 25, 2024

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