Former Vice-President Nevers Mumba has been sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labour for providing false information to a public officer.
Mumba, a UPND sympathiser, has been acquitted on a charge of illegal trespass at ZNBC after he went to protest coverage of the post August 2016 elections.
The former MMD president Nevers Mumba who still claims leadership of the former ruling party has been jailed three months for allegedly giving false information to a public officer at ZNBC.
Magistrate David Simusamba found Mumba guilty and sentenced him to three months.
Read the original article on Zambia Reports.
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