Kambwili warns of possible regret for PF on August 11

Illegal Minister of Information and Broadcasting Chishimba Kambwili has warned that the PF may find itself in terrible regret after the August 11th elections.
And confused former Priest Franck Bwalya has said that Zambians will not vote for a violent party.
Addressing a rally in Chambishi on the Copperbelt on Monday, Kambwili said that only 36 percent of voters turned up to vote last year and pleaded that people in Luapula, Eastern Province, Muchinga and Copperbelt (former PF strongholds) should turn up in numbers on August 11th.
‘Aya ma elections ya mu August nga tatuli careful tuka isanga muli mwamoneni (if we are not careful with these elections in August we will regret terribly),’ Kambwili warned.
This is the second time that Kambwili is warning of possible ‘mwamoneni’ for the PF in this years’ elections.
And confused former Priest Franck Bwalya has said that Zambians will not vote for a violent party.
Bwalya said he will not play the blame game on violence and stressed that Zambians will not vote for a violent party on August 11th.
He pretended to ‘plead’ to the violent PF thugs to refrain from violence and claimed that President Lungu was a humble and peaceful man.
The PF has stepped up its terror and violence against Zambians and the opposition as the country draws closer to the general elections.

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