Kalaba, Kambwili scared to leave PF – Mwila
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PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Secretary General Davies Mwila says the ruling party’s Bahati Member of Parliament (MP) Harry Kalaba and his Roan counterpart Chishimba Kambwili are scared to leave PF because they know that they will lose their seats if by-elections are held.
Mr Mwila challenged Mr Kalaba and Mr Kambwili to resign from the PF and re-contest their parliamentary seats if they thought they were men enough.
Mr Mwila said during the launch of the 2018 PF mobilisation campaign for Luapula Province in Chipili Constituency at the weekend that it did not make sense for one to insult his own party and its leadership but still insist that they were still members.
“You can’t defecate in the pot you used to cook nshima in after eating, it doesn’t make sense. If you insult the party and the leadership, you leave! Why are they clinging on to the party, the party they have disgraced? A real man lets go,” Mr Mwila said.
Mr Mwila said the two parliamentarians were aware that the PF was still attractive and popular, hence they risked losing their seats in an event that by-elections were held.
There was jubilation in the crowd when PF Luapula chairperson Nickson Chilangwa addressed Mansa Central MP Chitalu Chilufya as Bahati lawmaker and Dr Chilufya in response assured that Bahati Constituency was intact and firmly behind President Edgar Lungu.
Meanwhile, Mr Mwila challenged United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema to tell the nation where he wanted ballot papers for the 2021 elections to be printed.
Mr Mwila said Mr Hichilema was accusing the Government of trying to rig the elections by printing ballot papers in other countries and he again had similar fears when President Lungu recently said the State wanted to start printing ballot papers locally.
“HH and UPND, they have nothing to offer, they are cry babies. We have challenged them, you tell us where you want us to print the ballot papers. If you want us to print from your house, tell us,” Mr Mwila said.

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