Sampa denies links to ‘cartel’

“I am not affiliated to any Cartel,” Miles Sampa responds to malicious allegations in the media.
In a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr Chitambala Mwewa, Miles Sampa has responded to the recent media frenzy on his alleged affiliation to ‘The Cartel’ and malicious claims surrounding the vehicle he volunteered for use in the 2006 elections. Hon Miles Sampa in an interview with Flava Fm said that it was very unfortunate that his comment regarding the automobile he volunteered towards the 2006 presidential campaign had been misconstrued. Media houses claiming that he deserved the PF presidency because of the vehicle he volunteered for use in the 2006 was utter misinterpretation by his opponents who had developed cold feet over the upcoming convention.
Hon Miles Sampa went on to state that he was open to being attacked on anything but requested that the cordial affiliation he shared the President, the Late Michael Sata be respected. Hon Sampa said he was only 8 years old when he lost his father and that the Late Michael Sata took parental care of him by financing his education and beyond. Any malice towards their bond was heart breaking and painful. Hon Miles Sampa said that he would he would always be grateful, love and respect the president, the late Michael Sata forever.”
In addition to the automobile allegations, the Hon Miles Sampa refuted any affiliation with any special interest groups within the party commonly referred to as The Cartel. “Anyone who has followed my political career closely will know that I have never belonged to any such group. What I am is a member of the Patriotic Front and I have remained neutral. It is unfortunate that we continue to see a lot of distortion and fabrication on our media platforms which can be very misleading.”
The Hon Miles Sampa urged all aspirants to remain focused and not allow cheap politicking to come in the way of their desired ambitions.

Mr Chitambala Mwewa
Spokesperson for Hon. Miles Sampa MP

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