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Nawakwi’ sausage victim still in police detention

 Zambian Watchdog Luyanda Kopakopa, the girl who complained that she found condoms in Edith Nawakwi’s sausages is still detained at Kabwata police station.

The 19-year old clinical medicine student was arrested following a complaint by Edith Nawakwi after she produced and circulated videos in which she said she found a condom in a sausage made by Legana Investments. Luyando also sued Legana Investment Limited for the nausea she suffered.

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