National Democratic Congress Leader Chishimba Kambwili has urged President Edgar Lungu to immediately step down as Head of State. Mr. Kambwili said that President Lungu has clearly failed to govern the country because he has run out of ideas and urged citizens to unite and remove the the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) through the ballot in 2021.
Mr . Kambwili said that he will continue speaking out for the people of Zambia despite being blocked by police adding that no amount of fear and intimidation will stop him from speaking out for Zambians.
The NDC leader said that he was worried that the police service under the instructions of the PF Government has continued denying opposition political leaders permits and has since warned the police command who are working with the PF that their days are numbered.
The NDC leader said this in an interview with journalists in Chipata yesterday.
Meanwhile, Mr. Kambwili has said that he has been vindicated over his stance on Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) and that it has always been the aspiration that KCM packs and goes.
Mr. Kambwili accused PF leaders of eating with KCM that has failed miners on the copper belt, noting that Zambia is broke as could be seen from the failure of government to pay civil service their salaries.