Bowman Lusambo denies slapping Chishimba Kambwili

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Mr Lusambo stresses a point during a live Let the People Talk programme
Mr Lusambo stresses a point during a live Let the People Talk programme

Kabushi Member of Parliament Bowman Lusambo has denied slapping his Roan counterpart Chishimba Kambwili outside Parliament.

Responding via a telephone interview on the Hot Breakfast Show on Hot FM yesterday morning to Dr. Kambwili’s claims, Mr. Lusambo who is also Copperbelt Province Minister said he regretted the incidence at Parliament and said that it was Dr. Kambwili who used uncouth language on him in public.

Mr. Lusambo further said that Dr. Kambwili has a record of openly insulting his perceived enemies including President Edgar Lungu adding that the latter’s conduct was so offensive because he has not insulted him before.

“I did not beat him” Lusambo said

But according to Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili, Mr. Lusambo provoked the crisis when he confronted him publicly over allegations of corruption he has, in recent times, leveled on the Patriotic Front (PF) led government.

Dramatically narrating his ordeal, Dr. Kambwili says Mr. Lusambo first insulted and cautioned him for accusing Government of being corrupt before he slapped him twice as water was simultaneously poured on him by Mandavu Member of Parliament and Minister of Lands Jean Kapata.

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      I would like to see Lusambo head the ministry of Home Affairs,

      Hard worker, loved and down to earth

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

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      THE “SMALL BOY” did not beat “THICK NECKED CK”, Don’t you Get it?
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      Abaice tababepa ubufi.
      I believe Bowman.
      In Zambian society, it is hard to believe that a husband got battered by a wife.
      CK is framing the successful young man.

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      I also enjoy insulting and I am talented on it. Kambwili can maybe my friend.
      But fighting not my thing, because no one ever landed anything on my face. Even teachers didn’t want to beat me since I can remember. Lusambo shouldn’t dare me.

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      @Mushota your hero Lusamba doesn’t even have a quarter of your PhD! That’s why he behaves like that! As for Kambwiri, he is incorrigible! You would make a good couple though!

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    Lusambo is a thug in a suit, his on record for violently man handling major kachingwe with his famous die hard MMD group. Our memories are so fresh and vivid i smell when ever i see him in a suit.
    We all know why Bowman was appointed Minister for Copperbelt, His the new corruption chola boy for that province as ba mudala does not trust the old guard of musenge and kambwili.

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    I Remember seeing him on TV threatening my once favorite young politician Muhabi Lungu ati nizakumenya tikapezana pa street,poor Muhabi stopped leaving his house.

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    But Why Did Bowman Went To Levy Mwanawasa Hospital To Fabricate A Fake Medical Report And File An Assault Case Against Kambwili To The Police If He Didn’t Fight At Parliament?
    This Man Is Just A Liar And A Misleader Of Facts, But Anyway, We Are Just Watching.

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      Ha he did what?PF never ceases to amaze me.How many crimes do you want to follow you once you leave office?There is a record pt Parliament[CCTV footage acccording to your victim],and there are witnesses then you go and report a falsehood to the police[another record].One wonders do you pipo lack even legal advisors?There is an avalanche of lawyers working for your party even the ones at Ministry of Justice and you go on a frolick of legal breaches?God help you sir.

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    Imwe mwe bantu,aba kubaleka baitutaula so that they start fearing each other! Too much talk talk these fimafontinii!

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    Chimbwili bamu mwetile mphama, kiya ngwilimana njenje kusiya ni siziba mwandu ya milao.

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      You have to say straight, what happen pa parliament no talk anyhow lusambo must deserve respect for elder for having a office he has don’t behave like kapoyana and you support bupuba support what’s right

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    Lusambo is nothing but an a.ss licker
    For his exallency the great leader of this great nation Edward chagwa lungu a great lawyer and a great father of the nation …….bla bla bla

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    @ Spaka your knowledge of Law must be astounding.How is Lungu a great lawyer when he stole a client’s money and got de-registered as a Practicing Lawyer by LAZ? Lungu does not understand law. He illegally kept Ministers in their posts in 2015 and in 2016 he abrogated the Zambian Constitution and Electoral Laws when he refused to resign as an Incumbent President and handover Power to the Speaker of Parliament during the Petition Hearing process.Up to now he has blocked the Hearing of the Presidential Petition. Is this how great lawyers behave? That is typical of thuggish and lawless behavior.

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    Ba Lusambo just be brave and take responsibility for your actions.You celebrated but now you have realised the full implications of your irresponsible actions.

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    The incident was captured on Camera. If Lusambo did not slap or punch CK why is he regretting his actions? The calibre of Lusambo as an MP says alot about the Appointing Authority. How could Lungu appoint this Thug as an MP and a Minister? Birds of the same feathers flock together. Lungu is as thuggish and lawless as Lusambo. Action speaks louder than words.Once a thief always a Thief and once a Thug always a Thug. Lusambo is doing what he was appointed to do. A fish rots from the Head downwards. We can all see it clearly!!

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    Monoo mutwe( lookat the head) kasai i wonder if we have such heads in zed.Twebeniko

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    Honestly speaking, some of these people like Boman Lusambo, Jean Kapata and Chishimba Kambwili and many more others are not worth to be addressed as “honorable” but “Kabovas”

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