Plot scandal: Sata suspends Kabimba’s thug Chumbwe

Plot scandal: Sata suspends Kabimba’s thug Chumbwe

President Michael Sata has suspended Lusaka Province Chairperson Geoffrey Chumbwe for his recent thuggery behaviour against a fellow PF Central Committee member a Ms. Chama.
Sources within the PF said the cartel that has been holding the president hostage comprising Fred Mmembe, Wynter Kabimba and Mutembo Nchito, and Silvia Masebo recently sent Chumbwe with thugs to a named Lodge in Lusaka to beat up a Ms. Chama who is also a member of the PF Central Committee over the plots scandal.
But the moment Chumbwe and his thugs arrived at the  lodge to beat up the lady, she immediately directly called President Sata directly to intervene as she was in trouble.
“It was at this point point that Sata called Kabimba to withdraw Chumbwe and his thugs from the lodge or else he would deal with him (Kabimba). That’s how Chumbwe left the lodge and Mr. Sata immediately suspended him from the party. As I speak now, Chumbwe who is Kabimba and cartel’s hired thug is suspended from the party by the president himself,” a source told the Watchdog.
And former Patriotic Front PF Lusaka province chairperson Davies Chama told QFM news that party Lusaka province Chairperson Chumbwe should consider stepping down in view of allegations that he personalized 31 plots in Silverest area.

Mr Chama says the Mr Chumbwe will do republican president Michael Sata a service by stepping down from his position.

Mr Chama says the petition to President Sata by the PF Lusaka province officials to discipline Mr. Chuumbwe is a sign that there is rampant corruption and abuse of office.

He states that there is need for government to show integrity in the way it is fighting corruption in the administration of land.

He adds that it is sad that such allegations are coming from within the party membership.

Mr Chama was commenting on the petition addressed to President Sata by some PF Lusaka province officials accusing PF Lusaka Province Chairperson Geoffrey Chuumbwe of personalizing 31 pieces of land purportedly given to him by the Chongwe district council to share with 24 provincial and six district leaders in Lusaka Province.

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