State House spokesperson George Chellah says ailing dictator Michael Sata is well.
Chellah claims that Sata is always in the office carrying out his duties in line with his office.
Chellah was reacting to Dr. Mumba’s advice to State House to issue an apology and clarify whether President Sata is unable to carry out his responsibilities following his conduct at Labour Day Celebrations.
On labour day, Sata failed to read his speech but in what appears to be mental problems, just went and started playing Kenneth Kaunda’s bald head then left the venue.
But his mouthpiece Chellah wondered how Dr Mumba can issue such a statement when President Sata managed to witness a march past involving over 100 workers.
He said it is shameful for Dr Mumba as a man of God to be peddling such insinuations against President Sata.
Mr. Chellah has since advised Dr. Mumba to concentrate on stabilizing the MMD instead of attacking President Sata.
MMD President Nevers Mumba has advised State House to issue an apology and clarify whether President Sata is unable to carry out his responsibilities as Head of State following his conduct were he chose not to formally address the workers during this year’s Labour Day Celebrations