United Democratic Front (UDF) President Atupele Muluzi has condemned the arrested of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Central Region governor David Kambalame.

On Thursday, law enforcers arrested Kambalame on allegations that prior to the fresh polls assaulted Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Secretary General Eisenhower Mkaka in full view of the police at Lilongwe Police Station.

Mkaka is said to have gone to the police to do a follow up rumours that some youth cadets for DPP were collect IDs from voters.

Writing on his official facebook page, Atupele condemned the arrest.

“Political arrests have begun – I am in solidarity with DPP Regional Govenor David Kambalame who was arrested yesterday on trumped up political charges. We can not start what is termed as a “3rd Republic” with political arrests. I stand by the DPP/UDF family we can not be intimidated or afraid of political arrests. We did away with that in 1993,” wrote Muluzi.

Meanwhile Kambalame has been granted a police bail.

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