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Kasama PF cadres protest over GBM

General News Kasama PF cadres protest over GBM

Hundreds of Patriotic Front members in Kasama today staged a protest demanding for a fresh parliamentary by-election in Kasama Central Constituency.

This follows the expulsion of area Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba by the PF central committee recently.

The PF members led by former PF Provincial vice chairman Peter Mwansa charged they cannot no longer work with Mr. Mwamba because he is allegedly working against the ruling party.

And Mr. Mwansa said the Kasama law-maker has lost popularity among party members hence their call for a fresh parliamentary by-elections in the area.

He added that the fact that Mr. Mwamba openly supported the candidature of the opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema in the last presidential election is enough cause for him to be expelled from PF.

He said the party in the Northern Province is more than ready to replace Mr. Mwamba in Kasama central Constituency.

Mr. Mwansa said the party is now looking forward to electing someone who will be able to address the challenges people in the community were facing.

The PF demonstration started from their party office in Kasama into the central business area with members carrying banners and chanting songs of solidarity in support of the expulsion of Kasama Central MP Geoffrey Mwamba from the ruling party.

Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.
Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.

 

Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.
Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person
Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the
central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament
Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.

Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.
Hundreds of PF members in Kasama Led by Former Provincial vice Person
Peter Mwansa matched in solidarity for the decision taken by the
central committee to expel Kasama Central Member of Parliament
Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba for allegedly gross misconduct.

19 COMMENTS

    • That coffin is too small for Big Mfumu GBM, thats why there is something fishy about this demo, its not reflecting the reality on the ground. Shiteniko imbokoshi iyi fungulwikeko please!!

    • HUNDREDS YABA CAN ONLY SEE ABOUT 20 PEOPLE .
      MWEBENA KASAMA GET A LIFE PLEASE KABIYENI MUKWIMBA TUTE OR IFYUMBU THAN INDULGE YOURSELF WITH THESE CHEAP DEMONSTRATION.
      SO ECI SIKAZWE AND EMMANUEL MWAMBA BEHIND .
      LET ME WARN YOU MWE BENA KASAMA GBM IS A FORCE TO RECKON WITH ,NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO ULECULAFYE IF YOU WERE GIVEN UTUPIYA AKULYENI FYE UTUPIYA UTO
      VIVA GBM VIVA KASAMA CENTRAL

    • Someone needs to educate them. With or without their protest, the election is coming up cos he was suspended. I don’t know what they are protesting

    • No one is complaining about this but If others instead decided to carry a mock coffin of Lungu, there would be kafwawa and police would get involved

    • And this business of carrying coffins to show that they don’t want someone is PF cadre behavior. Why demonstrate when GBM has already been expelled?

  1. If these people took turns to plant each other’s cassava farms, they would be far ahead economically such that the people they are protesting against would come and kneel before them for a vote.

    But they choose to condemn themselves to poverty by playing foot soldiers for K50 a year (if they are lucky).

  2. Kabiyeni fye kumabala imwe abemba.

    Simuziba that there are laws and procedures to be followed?

    Leave that to Parliament and the Electoral Commission of Zambia. Telyonse elyo tefyonse where you can apply fintu nibwangu.

  3. kasama central another constitunce which will be in hands of the opposition if gbm decides to stand mark my words pf kuya bebele 2016. the others are chongwe and masaiti oh and others senga hill and chawama lusaka.

  4. I’m not sure the report above is logical. They are protesting they can’t work with Great Bag of Maize after he has already been expelled from PF. What’s the protest for? Ba LT did u capture the reason for the protest properly?

  5. I thought police don’t allow carrying a coffin on foot. Didn’t they need to put that coffin on a vehicle? They should have been teargassed for carrying the coffin that way.

  6. No fuel for thier cars hence the March. Next thing is they will be missing work because transport is about to grind to a halt. Thanks PF.

  7. This idea of carrying coffins during such protests is so so backward. Pliz we hv no fuel, the kwacha is slowly becoming toilet paper, mealie meal kaya pliz my fellow zambians.

  8. mmm…
    i have tried to count but i can’t see more than 15 people. .
    maybe lusaka times was using indices to count.

  9. Looking forward to the time when civilization and civilised politics will invade Zambia, to a time when cadrism will be a thing of the past.
    This is utter nonsense. Why not demand for the address of the falling kwacha which has to some extent affected the availability of fuel and soon will affect the prices of mealie meal and other services. DStv is just one of the them.

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