Waza Kaunda says rigging, not tabulating polls is criminal

Waza Kaunda says parallel computing and tabulation of results is not criminal.

Waza, one of former president Kenneth Kaunda’ sons said it is rigging elections which is a criminal offence.

Waza was speaking on Radio Phoenix Tuesday afternoon.

Waza, who claimed that president Banda is his uncle, said African leaders fear to suffer the indignation of losing elections.

According to him, his father Kaunda and Kenya’s Daniel Arap Moi gave up power gracefully.

He said president Rupiah Banda should seek dialogue on elections instead of threatening people with imprisonment.

Waza was speaking in view of president Banda’s repeated warnings that people who will attempt to compute and tabulate elections parallel to the electoral commission of Zambia  elections will be braking the law.

 

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