Tokota Boys Committed to High Court

The 19 boys belonging to a notorious gang popularly known as Tokota boys have been committed to the Kitwe High Court for trial.

The 19 appeared for mention before Chief Resident Magistrate Yvonne Nalomba in the Kitwe Magistrate Court.

This in a matter the 19 are charged with three counts contrary to the laws of Zambia which are not triable in the Magistrate Court.

Facts before Court are that in the first count, the 19 jointly and whilst acting together with intent to harm, injure or disfigure caused harm to Cuthbert Nkonde.

In count two, the 19 are charged for unlawful wounding and poisoning contrary to the Laws of Zambia.

In count three, the 19 are charged for allegedly abducting or kidnapping a 16-year old boy.

Upon receipt of a committal certificate from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Chief Resident Magistrate Nalomba committed the 19 to the high Court for trial.

Police in Kitwe on 9th May, 2018 arrested 19 members of a gang popularly known as Tokota boys after a video went viral on social media in which the suspects participated in the gruesome beating of the male person using a stick and stone.

Leader of the gang Mwamba Siame commonly known as Mayweather is still at large.

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Tokota Boys Committed to High Court

The 19 boys belonging to a notorious gang popularly known as Tokota boys have been committed to the Kitwe High Court for trial.

The 19 appeared for mention before Chief Resident Magistrate Yvonne Nalomba in the Kitwe Magistrate Court.

This in a matter the 19 are charged with three counts contrary to the laws of Zambia which are not triable in the Magistrate Court.

Facts before Court are that in the first count, the 19 jointly and whilst acting together with intent to harm, injure or disfigure caused harm to Cuthbert Nkonde.

In count two, the 19 are charged for unlawful wounding and poisoning contrary to the Laws of Zambia.

In count three, the 19 are charged for allegedly abducting or kidnapping a 16-year old boy.

Upon receipt of a committal certificate from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Chief Resident Magistrate Nalomba committed the 19 to the high Court for trial.

Police in Kitwe on 9th May, 2018 arrested 19 members of a gang popularly known as Tokota boys after a video went viral on social media in which the suspects participated in the gruesome beating of the male person using a stick and stone.

Leader of the gang Mwamba Siame commonly known as Mayweather is still at large.

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