On Aug 30, 2017 allAfrica.com reported: Police in Kapiri Mposhi in Central Province have arrested two men for practising homosexuality after allegedly finding them in the act at a named guesthouse last weekend.
A 38-year-old council employee from Ndola, was allegedly found having sex with 30-year-old carpenter from Kapiri Mposhi’s Dam area.
Central Province deputy Police Commissioner Diamond Likashi, who confirmed the arrest in an interview yesterday, said the two were currently in police custody although they had not yet been charged.
Mr Likashi said further investigations needed to be done before the pair could be charged.
“It is true that we have in our custody two men who are accused of engaging in homosexual acts at a named lodge in Kapiri Mposhi. This matter was reported on 25th August, 2017 by one of the lodge owners and we are still doing investigations so that we can easily prove when the case is taken to court.”
Homosexuality is a criminal offence in Zambia with a minimum jail term of up to 15 years and a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
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