Tuesday, May 21, 2024

FODEP condems Kabimba’s donation to a church in Luangwa

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 PF Secretary General Wynter Kabimba
PF Secretary General Wynter Kabimba

The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has charged that it is morally wrong for Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General Wynter Kabimba to donate money to a church in Luangwa when the area is expected to have a by-election June this year.

FODEP Executive Director, MacDonald Chipenzi said even though Mr. Kabimba did not violate any electoral code of conduct by donating the money to a named church in Luangwa, such a donation may to some extent entice people in the area to vote for the PF in the June 20th Feira polls.

Mr. Chipenzi noted that Mr. Kabimba, who is also Justice Minister, should have waited until the polls had taken place in the area before making the donation.

Mr. Chipenzi has also blamed the church for not questioning the PF Secretary General’s donation as to why he decided to donate at a period when the people of the area are preparing to take part in a by election.

[QFM]

6 COMMENTS

  1. I really miss RB who was President for all Zambians. During his time, meali meal could be fetched below Kr50 and there were no artificial and foolish bye-elections like the one Zambia is witnessing today. And Chanda Chimba the 3rd was right.

  2. Winter, and many other lumpens, are the ones contributing to the downful of the PF, coz they are too pround of themselves with no clue of how to run ministries as being the deriving gear for social and economic development. Just full of pride and arrogance!!

  3. Why now, go back to Mpongwe, Kapiri and many areas where u lied about taking development to them. Why cant we just stop voting in these bye election kanshi???
    Kabimba is the most notorious Lawyer I have ever seen

  4. These chaps their days are numbered. Where is Tetamashimba? Where is ka Mulongoti? Dont think u will stay long in power as MMD did. This time pipo have realised early at Bufi, lies, boza, ulabeja. Watch out.

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