It’s too much Kamb­wili in­sult­ing Pres­i­dent Lungu

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Dear Ed­i­tor, This rant­ing by Chishimba Kamb­wili against Pres­i­dent Lungu is get­ting too much.

How can a state­ment like the Pres­i­dent is a “Kawalala” go un­pun­ished?

If the Po­lice are not able to deal with this man, some an­gry peo­ple may be forced to take the law into their own hands.

How can Po­lice stand by and let a per­son like Kamb­wili whose Mwa­mona com­pany is fraud­u­lently reg­is­tered in­sult the Pres­i­dent?

This is se­ri­ous dere­lic­tion of duty which should not be al­lowed in this coun­try if peace, law and or­der are to be main­tained.

Pres­i­dent Lungu was elected by the peo­ple of Zam­bia and there­fore rep­re­sents the col­lec­tive will of the peo­ple while Kamb­wili is a bit­ter man gain­ing sup­port from equally bit­ter me­dia. The Po­lice In­spec­tor Gen­eral Mr. Kan­ganja must know that Zam­bians will not standby as reck­less peo­ple in­sult the Pres­i­dent while his of­fi­cers de­lib­er­ately botch-up cases in courts of law to em­bar­rass the Gov­ern­ment.

We know that the ac­quit­tals and nolle pros­e­qui are as a re­sult of de­lib­er­ate ma­nip­u­la­tion of ev­i­dence to make cases un-pros­e­cutable

Zam­bians can only take dso much. Henry tumelo, KALULUSHI

Chishimba Kamb­wili

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