Police in Zambia has started arresting members of the resident doctors association after their leaders announced a strike on Friday. The BBC reports that the Resident Doctors Association of Zambia says they are demanding the recruitment of 500 doctors and payment of salary arrears, among other issues, according to its president Dr. Brian Sampa. Zambia Police chief Kakoma Kanganja has also warned him that he would be arrested if he continued addressing his members through via Zoom meetings.
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