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GBM provoked Shiwang’andu people – Kapyongo

Patriotic Front Aspiring and former Member of Parliament for Shiwang’andu Stephen Kapyongo has said the people of his constituency attacked the UPND because they were provoked by Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba. PF Cadres on Monday this week wanted to kill UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema by attempting to bring down his helicopter when he went to

UPND leaders are terrorists-Kampyongo

Local Government Minister Steven Kampyongo has described the UPND senior leadership as terrorists. Mr Kampyongo said UPND senior leaders are terrorists who are using violence to draw public sympathy and make the PF unpopular. The former Shiwangandu MP claimed that the UPND leadership has declared war on him. He said the UPND leaders especially party

UPND leaders are terrorists-Kampyongo

Local Government Minister Steven Kampyongo has described the UPND senior leadership as terrorists. Mr Kampyongo said UPND senior leaders are terrorists who are using violence to draw public sympathy and make the PF unpopular. The former Shiwangandu MP claimed that the UPND leadership has declared war on him. He said the UPND leaders especially party

Curb violence, Fisho Mwale urges political parties

Lusaka Independent mayoral aspiring candidate Fisho Mwale has urged the nation to urgently curb political violence which is being perpetrated by political party cadres. In a statement made available to Zambian Eye, Mwale urged emphasized non violence especially to the two leading political party’s. “I note with great concern the continued political violence being perpetrated

We will suspend all campaigns and disqualify violent candidates, warns ECZ

The Electoral Commission of Zambia has issued a stern warning that it will be compelled to cancel and disqualify anyone found committing acts of violence. Addressing a news briefing at ECZ Headquarters in Lusaka today, Electoral Commission of Zambia Spokesman Chris Akufuna said the Commission is deeply concerned with rising levels of intolerance and political

We will suspend all campaigns and disqualify violent candidates, warns ECZ

The Electoral Commission of Zambia has issued a stern warning that it will be compelled to cancel and disqualify anyone found committing acts of violence. Addressing a news briefing at ECZ Headquarters in Lusaka today, Electoral Commission of Zambia Spokesman Chris Akufuna said the Commission is deeply concerned with rising levels of intolerance and political