Opposition vow to go ahead with rally

Five opposition leaders this morning held a Press Briefing at the UPND secretariat at which they denounced what they termed Dictatorial tendencies by President Michael Sata and the PF government.

The opposition leaders bemoaned the continued denial by the Zambia police permits to hold public rallies.

The police are reported to have blocked the joint political rally which was supposed to be held in Mutendere Township in Lusaka this weekend by the opposition.

Speaking at the same occasion MMD leader Nevers Mumba said the opposition will defy the government until their fundamental freedoms are respected.

Dr. Mumba added that the opposition will fight until the last drop of their blood for the good of the country.

And UPND president Hakainde Hichilema said the opposition will not allow the PF regime to stand in their way in the quest to exercise their freedom of expression and assembly.

QFM

ADD Charles Mulope, Sakwiwa Sikota of ULP and Edwin Salaka of the ZDDM .

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