United Party for National Development (UPND) Leader Hakainde Hichilema has vowed to continue speaking for the majority.
In a statement obtained by Q-News, Mr. Hichilema says there is need to continue talking so that President Edgar Lungu and the ruling Patriotic (PF) can be made to account.
He has charged that Zambia is headed for more troubled and disastrous times ahead both economically and politically.
Mr. Hichilema has wondered how the President and other senior government can increase their salaries while they proclaim austerity measures for the rest of the country.
He adds when advised to consider cheaper loan sources the government ignores such advice.
Mr Hichilema says the economic disaster staring Zambians in the face will not spare anyone based on political affiliation.
The UPND leader’s statement comes in the wake of sentiments attributed to the Head of state while on the Copperbelt last week that government will not be listening to disrupters and time wasters