A Zambian priest who is leading a campaign to force the government to resign has been freed on bail after spending three nights in jail.
Father Frank Bwalya denies charges of breaching the peace after distributing red cards - the symbol of his campaign.
After being freed, he told the BBC he had "never felt so confident" about his message and said the government was corrupt and dictatorial.
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