Fr Bwalya arrested

Screen Shot 2014-01-06 at 15.54.56Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) leader Frank Bwalya has been arrested.
Fr Bwalya was picked by police at Radio Mano in Kasama this afternoon. He was in the middle of speaking on the radio when the cops stormed the radio station and picked him. He was talking about his renewed red card campaign, this time against the PF.
‘They picked him up by the belt like a common criminal,’ said someone who witnessed the event.
It has not yet been established what offence they will charge him with.
On January 4, 2014, Fr Bwalya wrote that:

The red card campaign was understood by many as a campaign to remove MMD from power. However, the founding document of the red card called the Buchi 2010 Declaration clearly stipulated three issues that the campaign hinged on namely; 1. A just, durable people driven constitution that would be in line with the multi-party culture Zambia has embraced; 2. Commitment to fight corruption (Against the backdrop of the acquittal of FTJ) and 3. Demand for good governance. The declaration was published in the Post Newspapers and recited at all Save Zambia Conferences.
It is therefore fitting that the Rec Card Campaign (RCC) is here again. This time with a bid bang and promising to be the most power campaign ever mounted in Zambia because it has been supported by various interest groups including CSOs, LAZ, political parties, Churches, Student Bodies, and many others who are part of the current demand for a new constitution. It will be a powerful campaign because MMD this time are participating as well. As I gave out cards in the Cathedral today, Hon Kaingu as Vice President of MMD got one. Several MMD members were not happy that I carried only a few for distribution. Join the campaign now and participate in putting an end to reckless wastage of public funds in endless constitution review processes. I will deliver one card to RB and ensure the media captures. I know that he will be glad to have it.

Now GBM to be accused of plotting a coup
Fr Bwalya charged with defaming Sata, locked up

45 Responses to "Fr Bwalya arrested"

  1. Major   January 10, 2014 at 06:12

    Oh my God! So Ba Bwalya thinks he can win Catholic Church support? You cheating yourself my man!!! Go back to where you belong-the pulpit! Please, ask ba Nervus Mumba what it means to run away from God’s calling! UKACHULA MUNE…Don’t use God’s name for selfish gains!!

  2. chokwadi   January 8, 2014 at 05:11

    Fr Bwalya for President! Have Zambians not learnt the importance of due diligence?

    • Born Free   January 8, 2014 at 11:59

      “Importance of due diligence” or importance of intelligence?

  3. Tatwasekelamo Ifwe Bamo   January 7, 2014 at 20:33

    Katwishi na Zambia yesu iyiii!!!!

  4. zonks   January 7, 2014 at 16:01

    go to hell you want to bring uprising mu zed

  5. mistry mwale   January 7, 2014 at 14:53

    fr bwalya is right as a normal human being.mmd was corupted so there was wrong in them and right somebody to point out there mistake,and he pointed out,And now pf mis behaving he has right to do so.And this time he cannot direct zambian people bcos we dont c each other the way God cs us.

  6. kiss   January 7, 2014 at 14:00

    Zambia police beat that idiot tomfwa umweni nga alisha umusoli kwanabene ninshi ekoatula ingomba.teach him a lesson he is a burden to society we can’t hear him crying only dragging.

  7. kiss   January 7, 2014 at 09:38

    Mr kaya what can squeeze from fr bwalya he doesn’t have what can be squeezed no children ipapafye chapwa.

  8. kiss   January 7, 2014 at 09:33

    Fr Bwalya taumfwa you end up dying in the hands of police dot provoke government thus not popularity u need good beatings.just after hearing gbm has resigned u follow upto kasama can u b are going to catch up with treason shortly

  9. kaya   January 7, 2014 at 09:02

    Basata please squeeze his balls he is a fool who has put all of us including innocent children in this mess.Make sure he does not come out alive.

    • Suggestor   January 7, 2014 at 11:16

      Are you sure he is what you are calling him? Your post sounds more like what you are calling him

  10. Awe Mwe   January 7, 2014 at 08:10

    He may not havew the quality but may be a useful tool to bring change and remove the idiot at statehouse. he said his ambission is not the presidency!

    • Born Free   January 8, 2014 at 12:00

      “Useful tool” or useful i4i0t?

  11. Native   January 7, 2014 at 05:52

    Isn’t he marketing another “clown”, himself? Or do you honestly believe Frank has the requisite qualifications to make a good president?

    • Panga Fighters (PF)   January 7, 2014 at 08:12

      He hasnt said anything here about his want to become president.

      • Native   January 7, 2014 at 08:40

        When he resigned his ZESCO board chairmanship he said he wanted to be President. Check Costa Mwansa’s The Assignment footage.

  12. Native   January 7, 2014 at 05:48

    Since RB was the most corrupt according to you Boondocks, I suggest that you volunteer as a prosecution witness so that this country recovers from RB what you allege he stole. Since Frank publicly apologized to RB and other opposition leaders it’s doubtful he’ll be joining you as a prosecution witness.

    • Suggestor   January 7, 2014 at 11:12

      What big beef do you have with Fr Bwalya? The man apologized and for goodness sake he has moved on in a positive direction. He made a mistake and infact we all did when ‘we’ all voted this madman we have in state house, so lets let bygones be bygones shifting the blame gears wont help anyone of us, let all move on bro!

  13. mwinelubemba   January 7, 2014 at 00:07

    May Jehovah God intervene in the afairs of mother in Jesus Might name!!! Zambia shall be saved.

  14. charlie diaspora   January 6, 2014 at 22:31

    Once upon a time…and it came to pass !

  15. Sese seko Kukumwendo   January 6, 2014 at 21:06

    In all this happenings, where is GBM?

  16. Nadi Wei   January 6, 2014 at 19:19

    Sata is risking and making a revolution inevitable. Where is the rule by 10 commandments? He did not even understand what he had declared! I am slowly getting agitated by his crude style of rule. Shame!

  17. ShoSha Rocks!!!!   January 6, 2014 at 19:12

    This sounds like the following— Amin’s rule was characterized by human rights abuse, political repression, nepotism, corruption, and gross economic mismanagement.

  18. ArabJew   January 6, 2014 at 19:12

    Mother Bwalya can only be taken serious if he admits and appologises that he misled pipo against MMD. Its him,mulongonti,mpombo,post membe,shakafuswa,katele kalumba,chitala and a few others who decampaigned RB.Tell the Lozi that u fooled them, then we can join the redcard.

  19. joseph   January 6, 2014 at 19:09

    If father Bwalya & GBM have zanmbians people at heart they must join UPND. This can be the only they bring maturity in zambian politics.

  20. Kanenga   January 6, 2014 at 18:53

    Now the zp are busy hunting down dictator’s presumed enemies. HH is vindicated wen he rightly puts it that this president is brutal and divisive

  21. G   January 6, 2014 at 18:28

    I like Fr Bwalya thts how leaders should be EVEN IF U SUPPORTED SOMEONE if he is WRONG HE IS WRONG. and on this SATAn is WRING. lets be principles like Fr Bwalya…….SATA was a promising LEADER to everyone

    • Native   January 6, 2014 at 18:38

      Once bitten twice shy, we’ve forgiven just not forgotten.

  22. Sara   January 6, 2014 at 18:10

    Learn to forgive and move on! Fr. Bwalya openly apologised to the people of Zambian for campaigning for Sata-n and repented. What kind of activity of reviewing his actions and feelings of contrition or regret for campaigning for Sata-n do you want him to show if what he has done is not enough?

    I though his public confession and commitment to oust Sata-n in 2016 is enough repentance?

    He admitted his guilt, and made a promise not to campaign for Sata-n again. Is this resolve not enough an attempt to make restitution for his wrongs? If possible, he would single-handed reverse the harmful effects of campaigning for Sata-n.

    Check your heart; forgive and move on!

  23. Native   January 6, 2014 at 17:49

    This is a problem! Frank Bwalya blindly led the young and gullible people of this country into this situation. RB is a retired politician who even relinquished his MMD party presidency so why add insult to injury? This is what lack of foresight does to a nation. A sad situation indeed. People like George Mpombo, Mike Mlongoti need to share some of the blame for getting the country into this position because they put their personal interests above the country’s too.

    • Boondocks   January 6, 2014 at 22:00

      He apologised we chipuba. He even went on to relinquish his lucrative Zesco board chairmanship to show his disgust at Sata Claus. What more do you want the man to do?

      • Native   January 7, 2014 at 05:38

        Bushe Boondocks niwe weka fye waishiba ukutuka abantu? Tala belenga efyo njebele Sara. “Those who forget history, young (wo)man, are destined to repeat it”.

  24. Advocate   January 6, 2014 at 17:42

    This so called father is not a factor.He demonized MMD in preference for his Bemba Party.Such characters are not trusted.In any case no Priest has ever been a good leader,more so the cotholics.Ask Haiti.They are demonic in nature good at amassing wealth.

    • Truth Seeker   January 6, 2014 at 18:23

      Sir Avoid tribe at every point we are one people.Two of my Namwanga nephews are married to Tongas and are happy..

      • Advocate   January 6, 2014 at 18:52

        Mr Truth Seeker sir, whether you like it or not Bembas are notorious for misdemeanors. Notoriety is genetically imbedded in them like we judge Nigerians and Congolese. Tongas and Lozis also have their fair share but not as extreme as other tribes.Arabs are known for their violent suicide antiques.You can’t change such behaviour, even Japanese are good at committing suicides while Americans are gun slingers.Just accept that you are a problem.

  25. Mfumu   January 6, 2014 at 17:33

    If someone doesnt advise the president to sober up, this use of the state machinery to brutalise and scare ordinary citizens can rapidly ran out of control and whoever its author will fail to but the genie back into the bottle. Might is not always right, we may be a small ax, but we are ready to cut you down. Dialogue is the best way out of the impasse. Swallow your pride and dialogue. The more the government (more like Sata) get entrenched in his position, the harder it will be for him to get out of the position without losing face. Let sanity and that rare of commodities, common sense prevail.

  26. katman   January 6, 2014 at 17:32

    Fr Bwalya has nt bin arrested by police,instead he was picked by police for his safety after suspected pf cadres stormed the radio station to beat him.Lets b proffessional.

    • Native   January 8, 2014 at 04:51

      And why does he stand charged for defamation now?

  27. Kasaka   January 6, 2014 at 17:29

    Headline in Mmembes Post “Cops save Frank Bwalya from lynching by Kasama PF cadres”. What a bunch of liers!

  28. Bobby Digital   January 6, 2014 at 17:26

    The balless one has now declared war on anyone who is not an ass-licking PF rat.

  29. Kasebas Bum-shorts   January 6, 2014 at 17:23

    Pwa ha ha ha ha he he he he he he! Don’t even involve RB in your fo0lishness Fatherless Bwalya. You insulted RB left right and centre while convincing some equally fo0lish Zambians to vote for PF. I hope you rot in jail for demonising an innocent man. You showed RB the red card and he left the play ground peacefully. Now he is just sitted on the stands enjoying the game. A referee doesn’t give a player he just ejected the red card. What for?

    • Kasaka   January 6, 2014 at 17:28

      I thought you disliked Sata so why not support Father Bwalya?

      • Native   January 6, 2014 at 17:54

        Wouldn’t that be the mis-guided belief that your enemy’s enemy is an ally Kasaka?

    • Boondocks   January 6, 2014 at 22:03

      RB was not innocent, he was one of the. Most corrupt and useless leaders at the time. Frank had the right to decamping him, except that he marketed a clown to Zambians and the fools of Zambia voted for him.

  30. Bobby Digital   January 6, 2014 at 17:22