Activists paid to destabilise country - Kamba
By KALOBWE BWALYA SOME activists are believed to have received money from some embassies in Lusaka to start going around the country and make noise by way of causing anarchy in the country, PF Lusaka Province youth chairman Kennedy Kamba has said.
Mr Kamba said the party has evidence and were aware of what was on the ground over some embassies paying money to some two activists to destabilise the government and cause anarchy in the country.
In an interview with the Daily Nation, Mr Kamba has since warned two of the activists not to come into conflict with the law. He warned that PF youths in Lusaka will not sit idly and watch them inciting anarchy and disturbing the peace the country has been enjoying in the last 53 years.
“We are aware and we have evidence of some embassies in Lusaka that have funded people to disturb and cause anarchy in the country,
“…have been given money to start going around the country and make noise by way of causing anarchy in country, but we are warning them that their mission will not succeed because we are alert as PF youths,” said Mr Kamba.
Mr Kamba said the two disgruntled citizens will not be allowed to start disturbing the peace of the country due to their selfish gains, hence they should be condemned by all well-meaning Zambians.