Kamb­wili needs men­tal eval­u­a­tion, says Mu­soma

Daily Nation Newspaper - - Front Page - By NOEL IYOMBWA

CHISHIMBA Kamb­wili needs men­tal eval­u­a­tion for non­sen­si­cal state­ments he con­tin­ues to make and for not know­ing where he was sup­posed to be­long, Zam­bia Repulic Party Pres­i­dent Wright Mu­soma has charged.

Re­act­ing to Mr Kamb­wilis re­marks that he is not fight­ing to stay in the Pa­tri­otic Front party but to main­tain his par­lia­men­tary seat, Mr Mu­soma said if the NDC con­sul­tant want main­tain his seat, he should re­lin­quish him­self from the seat he won un­der PF and stand as an in­de­pen­dent can­di­date or on his party.

He said that what Mr Kamb­wili is say­ing is not mak­ing sense and called for a men­tal eval­u­a­tion to as­cer­tain his men­tal ca­pac­ity.

“Mr Kamb­wili needs help be­cause what he is say­ing is not mak­ing sense.He is in court for mul­ti­ple fogery and cor­rup­tion charges he has no moral or eth­i­cal right to con­dem peo­ple who are not in court.

If he wants to main­tain the Roan seat he should re­lin­quish this seat which he won through PF the party which he later ditched or rec­on­cile with PF,”he said.

Mr Mu­soma said it is clear the di­a­logue is meant for Pres­i­dents but it’s con­fus­ing to see Mr Kamb­wili who is a former min­is­ter ab­ro­gat­ing the law. And Mr Mu­soma said he is not tak­ing Mr Kamb­wilis claim that his party is be­ing paid by the rul­ing party se­ri­ously be­cause he might be ar­gu­ing with a per­son who is men­tally up­right.

Mean­while third Lib­er­a­tion Party pres­i­dent Enock Tonga has chal­lenged Mr Kamb­wili to show proof that his party is be­ing paid by the rul­ing party to bar him from at­tend­ing the di­a­logue meet­ing.

In a tele­phone in­ter­view Mr Tonga said the Luan­shya law maker should re­tract his state­ment within 24 hours or he will take le­gal ac­tion against him for ac­cus­ing him of be­ing on a paid cru­sade to pre­vent him from at­tend­ing the di­a­logue meet­ing.

Kamb­wili and Mu­soma

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