UNREPENTANT HH AGAIN SENDS MUCHELEKA TO POUR SALT ON CHITIMUKULU’S WOUND

UNREPENTANT HH AGAIN SENDS MUCHELEKA TO POUR SALT ON CHITIMUKULU’S WOUND

UPND Life President Hakainde Hichilema who is enjoying the anti Bemba crusade has again unleashed UPND Deputy Secretary General Patrick Mucheleka to attack His Majesty Mwine Lubemba Paramount Chief Chitimukulu Kanyanta Manga Sosala II on 5FM radio.

A few days ago, Mr. Hichilema, through his Northern Province Youth Chairman Justine Mumbi, unleashed venom on His Majesty Mwine Lubemba Paramount Chief Chitimukulu Kanyanta Manga Sosala II demanding for 20 cows to be given back.

The Chitimukulu recently announced that he has a dossier of how UPND life President Hakainde Hichilema will dethrone him in case he ascends to the Presidency of the Republic of Zambia adding that he will work hard to prevent that from happening.

The Chitimukulu has consistently complained that Mr. Hichilema has been sending his surrogates such as UPND Deputy Secretary General Patrick Mucheleka, UPND Chairman for Labour Percy Chanda, UPND Northern Province Youth Chairman Justine Mumbi and Alliance Member James Lukuku to openly insult him and vow to dethrone him.

The Mwine Lubemba is also concerned that Mr. Hichilema has allowed his social media platforms among them Koswe and Zambian Watchdog to insult him.

Featuring on 5FM Radio, Mr. Hichilema through his Deputy Secretary General Patrick Mucheleka again attacked the Chitimukulu accusing him of being a politician instead of addressing concerns that His Majesty raised.

Mr. Mucheleka has warned the Chitimukulu to desist from taking part in active politics, saying if the Mwinelubemba wanted to join active politics, he should come out from traditional leadership and announce his intent publicly.

So far, Chief Nkana of the Lamba people of the Copperbelt and Chief Hamaundu of the Tonga people of Pemba District in Southern Province, appealed to Mr. Hichilema to stop his plans to dethrone His Majesty Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu Kanyanta Manga Sosala II in case Zambians make a mistake that he rules.

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