UPND to give comprehensive report on theft of HH’s Kalulushi votes

United Party for National Development (UPND) Secretary General Steven Katuka says the party will only give a comprehensive statement on video confession  linking Chief Government Spokesperson Kampamba Mulenga to theft of over 12 000 Kalulushi Constituency votes of  Hakainde Hichilema when it has done thorough investigations.

A video has gone viral in which Wanna Chiyangi, driver of  UPND 2016 Kalulushi Constituency  candidate Evaristo Mwalilino  is revealing how the latter sold Hichilema’s 12,966 votes to  Mulenga for K21000   and an election petition at K360 000.

Chiyangi said the initial payment was made by former President  Rupiah Banda while the last payment was processed by Kelvin Bwalya Fube.

He has since challenged everyone who was involved in the  votes theft scam to sue him if what he is saying is not true.

When reached for a comment, Katuka said the UPND has always maintained that the PF robbed Hichilema’s victory. He said Chiyanga’s video is one of the many evidences that will continue coming with regards the disputed 2016 elections.

Katuka, could however, not comment on the matter further, saying the party was still investigating.

“Well, we all know that the last elections were rigged. Most of those things will come out. But why has it taken them so long to start coming  out,” the UPND Chief Executive Officer(CEO) said, “We will not rush into commenting on the matter until we make  thorough investigations.”

The last disputed elections has left a divided country, with the UPND refusing to recognize Edgar Lungu as President of the Republic of Zambia

The UPND insist that  they will not recognize President Lungu as long as the petition is not heard.

One Response to "UPND to give comprehensive report on theft of HH’s Kalulushi votes"

  1. mwakale   October 9, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    UPND is still talking about how the 2016 votes were stolen, Iam very dead. That is all water under the bridge. Concentrate on what will bring you new votes if you want to win the next election