PF BLAMES OPPOSITION FOR ITS VIOLENCE

Lupososhi Patriotic Front (PF) Member of Parliament Bwalya Chungu has told parliament that the violence and confusion rocking the PF is from opposition members who have infiltrated the PF.
And Monze Central UPND Member of Parliament Jack Mwiimbu has noted that the existence of a parallel intelligence service was demoralising professional officers in the system.
Typical of PF lies and lack of seriousness, Bwalya tried to shift blame for the violence in the PF to the opposition and claimed Tuesday afternoon that the ruling party has been ‘infiltrated’ by the opposition who are fighting in the PF and ‘appealed’ to the Zambia Security and Intelligence Service (ZSIS) to tell Acting President Guy Scott what was happening.
‘Be bold enough (intelligence) to tell the president that the party (PF) has been infiltrated by the opposition that is why there is fighting,’ claimed Chungu.
Rival PF factions have been engaging each other in fights as they fight for the PF presidency after their leader late Michael Sata died in October.
And Monze Central UPND Member of Parliament Jack Mwiimbu told the House that they did not want to hear stories of a parallel intelligence service countering and frustrating the professional officers in the system.
Mwiimbu further appealed to the intelligence to avoid participating and taking sides in the January 2015 presidential elections.
He said records were there at the courts to prove that the intelligence participated in the 2001 presidential elections and pointed out that they did not expect them (intelligence) to take any sides.
Mwiimbu stressed that those who have retired from the system should stay away and enjoy their retirement.
Former Zambia Security Intelligence Service Director General Xavier Chungu is heading the parallel intelligence system which was created by late President Michael Sata.
But leader of Government business in the house Yamfwa Mukanga denied the existence of a parallel intelligence structure saying that there were only rumours of such a structure.

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