Katele Kalumba, Post newspaper and fellow thieves, crooks and hypocrites in PF who are currently praising late UPND president Anderson Mazoka once mocked his illness till death. Here is just one of the many examples.
Byline: Mcdonald Chipenzi And Brighton Phiri
Lusaka, Dec 02, 2005 (The Post/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) — UPND president Anderson Mazoka has said his trousers are not falling as suggested by MMD national secretary Katele Kalumba.
And UPND vice-president in charge of economic and political affairs Robert Sichinga yesterday resigned his position and declared that Mazoka’s insistence to contest the presidential race next year is disadvantageous to the party.
Addressing party officials and supporters during a fundraising dinner dance at Lusaka’s Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night, Mazoka said that he intends to remain popular. He was commenting on Kalumba’s recent statement while on campaign trail in Eastern Province where he asked the people there never to vote for some leaders who appeared in newspapers with their trousers falling. But Mazoka said he stands ready to prove Kalumba wrong.
“I want to stand up so that you will be witnesses…you go and tell Katele that I don’t wear suspended trousers…my trousers is tight and all my clothes that I bought five years ago are fitting me tightly,” bragged Mazoka.