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Transnational Marriage Zambia bans police officers from marrying foreigners

The IGP of Zambia gave a week's ultimatum to all those already married to foreign national to report it to his office. He gave no rationale for the prohibition.

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Zambia’s Inspector General of Police, Kakoma Kangaja, has banned all police officers from marrying foreign nationals.

The ban was seen in a memo signed by Kangaja and circulated to all officers, Kitwe Times reports.

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The memo said: "Be informed that the police high command has with immediate effect directed that no police officer should marry a foreigner. Therefore, those already married to foreigners must declare their foreigners spouses to the office of the Inspector General of Police."

Zambia police memo.jpg play The memo by Zambia's IGP

The IGP of Zambia gave a week's ultimatum to all those already married to foreign national to report it to his office. He gave no rationale for the prohibition.

As globalisation increases over the years, transnational marriages are becoming increasingly common in today's world.

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