The Patriotic Front (PF) regime has released billions of kwacha and lined up chiefs to support the so called National Dialogue Bill whose main purpose is to block UPND President Hakainde Hichilena from standing for president in the next elections.
Meanwhile president Edgar Lungu has paid once upon a time respected but now disgraced Lawyer Sakwiba Sikota to persuade civil society organisations to support the National Dialogue Bill.
Sikota on Friday met some NGO leaders and persuaded them to support the national dialogue Bill and promised them money and jobs in PF.
In some unexplained panic the PF desperately want the National Dialogue Bill to pass at all cost.
The motivation, according to State House insiders is to push for some laws targeted at opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema.
Reporters from the government controlled Daily Mail, Times of Zambia and ZNBC have been dispatched to the provinces to parade traditional leaders.
Tomorrow Lungu will meet the Kabwe Bishop a Mulenga who will discredit the church mother bodies.
See below some of the statements that chiefs are made to sign👇
LUAPULA CHIEFS WELCOME NATIONAL DIALOGUE BILL
Mansa, 29th March, 2019 – Two traditional leaders in Luapula Province have thrown their weight behind the National Dialogue Bill which comes up for second reading on Tuesday, 5th April 2019.
Chiefs KALASA LUKANGABA and MABUMBA of LUAPULA have welcomed government’s move to table the national dialogue forum bill in Parliament.
Speaking in separate interviews from their palaces, the two traditional leaders said they see nothing wrong with tabling the national dialogue forum bill as parliament represents all the people of Zambia through elected law makers.
The traditional leaders join Chief MADZIMAWE of the Ngoni people of Kasenengwa district who has appealed to stakeholders not to undermine the National dialogue forum Bill on the Constitution Amendments saying they should instead offer solutions on how it can be refined.
Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema and some civil society organizations have announced plans to decampaign the Bill which seeks to provide a legal framework to the agenda agreed upon by all political parties in Siavonga.