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PF dismisses assertions it plans to lynch Fr Frank Bwalya

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Father Frank Bwalya
Father Frank Bwalya

The Patriotic Front in Lusaka has refuted allegations suggesting that the ruling party is planning to lynch Father Frank Bwalya over his continued verbal attacks on President Sata’s leadership.

PF Lusaka District Chairman Goodson Banda says the PF upholds politics of civility, peace and honest and does not succumb to politics of hatred and intimidation as Father Bwalya wants to label the party.

Speaking to Qfm in an interview, Mr. Banda notes that Father Bwalya’s statement against the PF does not pressure the party to the extent of succumb to violence as he is reported to have alleged.

Mr. Banda has maintained that Father Bwalya is a political nonentity who the PF cannot waste time to talk about.

Mr. Banda has since advised Father Bwalya not to be scared of his own shadow by proving his bravely of enduring the pressure of politics rather than alleging things that do not exist.

16 COMMENTS

  1. Please pf do not worst yo time and energy on this nonentity. He wants to earn popularity via pf. Who is he? leave him alone and don’t respond to him.

  2. It’s only the blind who can fail to see that Sata’s honeymoon is over. With the anger arising from the fuel hikes, costly engineered bye elections and now the spirited song “bufi”, Zondwe is history!

  3. Though one has to blame it on “dwarnzy” Zambiana, how could we honsely elected such a diseased tribaly bigoted SOB semi illiterate for president. Though I’m glad even the Bembas and all other Bembanised colonials are now sweating under the jerk’s incompetence and bizzare stupidity! Nomba ikaleni fe ziii! Lekeni intungulushi kateka wa chalo ateke!

    • I am beginning to see a lot of similarities between Father Bwalya and Chama Chakomboka…serious this man could be going nuts!!!!!

    • WITH THAT KIND OF OPEN HATE/ TRIBALISM, I WONDER WHAT KIND OF COUNTRY ZAMBIA WOULD BECOME IF BY HOOK OR CROOK YOU CREATURES CAME INTO GOVT! SHAME..!!

  4. The fact that PF finds it needs to dismiss an assertion that it plans to LYNCH someone says a lot about its governance of Zambia.

    If PF really “does not succumb to politics of hatred and intimidation” as the District Chairman insists, probably at least one “honourable” minister should not throw public tantrums and choose better words next time he goes for an interview. The Chairman’s advice for Fr. Bwalya “not to be scared of his own shadow” is also a childish intimidation!

    Eish – if only government (and opposition!) would grow up and find better things to talk about!

  5. Father b may be right to criticize the PF gov. In chilanga the MMD asked for a place from miller farms to build a school, a clinic and houses for teachers and medical personnel, but when the PF was voted into office the cadres with the blessings of area mp demarcated that land into individual plots. This is not what the people of Zambia want, the PF is serving it self not the people who voted them into office. In short they are stealing from the community.

  6. Buga, I AGREE WITH YOU! THIS MAN COULD BE GOING NUTS RIGHT BEFORE OUR VERY EYES!! PF MUST WATCH BUT IGNORE THIS ‘CISANGUKA’…

  7. An alternative response without the “nonentity crap:

    “We the PF party categorically refute Fr. Bwalya’s assertion that he is subject to intimidation by the PF party.
    The PF does not exercise politics of suppression and intimidation and recognizes the rights of all Zambians to participate in the political discourse of this country. We wish Father Bwalya well.”

    Chapwa!

  8. ala, ukulaufwauko fya. What really went wrong with fr. Bwalya & Pf? is it a scholarship fya? looks like there more than that which meets the eye.

  9. Honestly puttin PF into power was a miss nd is a miss,lets nt comfort ourselves fact is that ba sata has failed us.bufi-pilato.

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