Yesterday was a desperate Sunday for the PF in Katuba. Ceremonial Vice President Guy Scott on Sunday tried to address people waiting for UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema.
And Willie Nsanda almost got himself lynched when he went into the UPND command centre and started distributing PF campaign materials.
On the other side, our best friend Miles Sampa was busy distributing money
Scott and a few Lusaka hired residents went to a place called Chikwankula where he saw a huge crowd gathered waiting for a UPND rally.
Immediately he arrived, all the people left the venue as UPND campaign team advised people never to react but proceed to Shaka’s Kraal where they held their successful meeting leaving Scott addressing Lusaka residents he went with.
Dr. Scott told the few Lusaka residents to give the PF an MP they can work with to facilitate construction of roads, schools and heath infrastructure in the area.
He said President Michael Sata wants Zambia to be a model of an all-inclusive government that does not care about tribalism but just wants to work to develop the country under peace and unity.
And UPND candidate Jonas Shakafuswa and other senior party leaders last night restrained their cadres from lynching Willie Nsanda at Shaka’s Kral where the main camp is being held.
In a very provocative manner, Nsanda entered the UPND camp and said it was a public place where he was free to distribute PF chitenge materials.
The cadres immediately descended on Nsanda with others breaking bottles with a view to beat him up.
Shakafuswa and senior party leaders immediately told the supporters that it was a ploy by the PF to cause violence and have elections cancelled.
Nsanda was then escorted to his vehicle, which was almost smashed with bottles.
Meanwhile, some Katuba voters have exposed Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa and RDA Board Chairman Willie Nsanda who were going round Katuba giving out K100 notes in exchange for voters cards from would be voters in Tuesday’s election. Qfm on its news played clips of over 5 voters whose voters cards have been taken away by Miles Sampa.
When contacted for a comment, Mr Sampa admitted wondered why those people who are Christians could expose him to the media.
The first photo below taken from a UPND rally. Second photo shows UPND officials arriving in Katuba triumphantly