POLICE say they have warned and cautioned Resident Doctors Association of Zambia president Dr Brian Sampa for what they term “Inciting persons employed in the provision of essential services”.
Dr Sampa who has fired from the civil service appeared for questioning at Police Force Headquarters in Lusaka this morning.Last week, residents doctors resumed full duties after a four-day Go-Slow to demand payment salary arrears as well as the employment of more doctors to lessen their work load.
But Police say Dr Sampa may have committed a crime in leading the resident doctors to the Go-Slow.”
He has been cautioned for ‘Inciting persons employed in the provision of essential services contrary to section 107 subsection (5) and (7) Chapter 269 of the Industrial and Labour Relations Act of the Laws of Zambia.
This is alleged to have occurred between 12th May, 2021 and 1st June, 2021 in Lusaka,” Police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo said in statement this afternoon.