United Party for National Development (UPND) Youths have vowed to go ahead with their planned Kanyama Rally despite Lusaka Province Police Commissioner Nelson Phiri’s advice that the capital city is experiencing an unstable security situation.
UPND National Youth Spokesperson Gilbert Liswaniso has since maintained that the party will go ahead and hold a rally in Kanyama on 2nd April, 2017.
Mr. Liswaniso says UPND will not succumb to claims and threats from the PF Lusaka Province Youth leader Kennedy Kamba who he says yesterday ordered the police not to allow the party hold a rally.
And Mr. Liswaniso has disclosed that UPND has organized enough marshals to maintain law and order on the 2nd of April, 2017.
Mr. Liswaniso adds that party President Hakainde Hichilema and his Vice Geoffrey Mwamba enjoy their constitutional rights such as freedom of assembly and association and that the two will go ahead and address the citizens on various issues affecting the nation during the rally.