Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba swearing in as a Presidential candidate during the Presidential Nominations at Mulungushi conference center
Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba swearing in as a
Presidential candidate during the Presidential Nominations at
Mulungushi conference center

Rainbow Party leader Wynter Kabimba and his running mate Cosmas Musumali have successfully filed in their nominations papers for the August 11, general election.

And Mr Kabimba told the media that he is confident that he will win the 2016 general elections.

And United Progressive Party leader Saviour Chishimba and his running mate Sinanzeni Chuma have also filed in their nomination papers.

After presenting their documents to the returning officer, the duo addressed their supporters who had gathered at the Mulungushi conference center grounds to re-assure them of victory in the August polls.

Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba(l) hands over his credentials to the Electoral commission of Zambia chairperson Essau Chulu(r)  during the Presidential Nominations at Mulungushi conference center
Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba(l) hands over his
credentials to the Electoral commission of Zambia chairperson Essau
Chulu(r) during the Presidential Nominations at Mulungushi conference
center
Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba(l) shakes hands with the Electoral commission of Zambia chairperson Essau Chulu(r)  during the Presidential Nominations at Mulungushi conference center
Rainball Party President Winter Kabimba(l) shakes hands with the
Electoral commission of Zambia chairperson Essau Chulu(r) during the
Presidential Nominations at Mulungushi conference center
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19 COMMENTS

  1. Being a Zambian is such a disgrace…look at how the two commissioners look….bafumine kwi…very dirty…take a shower

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    • It’s funny how the high fees have not been a deterrent for Presidential candidates. We will still have a long list of 10 on the ballot papers. ECZ might as well just waive the fees. The incompetent chronic flipfloper in State House should still go.

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    • @Nostradamus
      ine shocked! your relative Dr Saviour chishimba is alive,,,,i feel for you my brother, all these relative, who are you going to vote for??

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    • I am equally surprised that the nomination fee as not served as an effective deterrent to reduce the number of candidates. Makes one wonder why ECZ reduced it a couple of day ago from 75K to 60K. Equally the required number of 200 supporters seems not to have been effective in this regard. Where does Kawimbe and the Green party guy get 200 registered voters as supporters from? Have these said supporters been smoking some of the green stuff? Wonders never cease!

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  2. Both Edgar chakolwa kaloba Wrungu and winter were both labelled as useless by Michael Chilufya Sata and they had to go for nominations on the same day, indeed birds of the same feathers flock together.

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  3. Do not elect Kabimba he’s a one trick pony.He’s a big risk he’ll bring a chilling winter to our economy and national cohesion given his divisive past .

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  4. Only the fellows standing behind Wynter have won in this race. They clearly know Wynter stands no chance but their little bread crumbs are assured from the blinded politician …

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  5. There is no party called Rainball in Zambia and the I.diots at LT are supposed to know that.

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  6. And UPND Vice President for Politics Canisius Banda opened up about the happenings in the party ahead of the filing in of nominations in a creative writing piece posted on his Facebook page last evening.

    “As a man thinketh so is he. We all have assets and liabilities. Life is a constant interplay of the two. The management of these two will determine whether one succeeds or fails. It is not uncommon for the foolish to ignore the assets that they have and focus on accruing liabilities,” Dr Banda wrote. Please meditate on these wise words.

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