Stop UPND Mob, Police Urged

Patriotic Front (PF) deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya has appealed to the police not to allow the United Party for National Development (UPND) to ferry cadres to the courts of law when filing the election petition because it will be a recipe for chaos.
The UPND is on Monday expected to petition the Constitutional Court over the outcome of the August 11 general elections, which President Lungu won with 50.4 percent of the valid votes cast.
And Mr Bwalya has urged the UPND to stop attacking President Lungu and the PF at every chance it gets

One Response to "Stop UPND Mob, Police Urged"

  1. IF NOT   August 19, 2016 at 2:46 pm

    Why ferry cadres when its only the lawyers who are supposed to be there? shame upon upnd