Zambia Must Prosper (ZMP) president, Kelvin Bwalya Fube, has called on Zambians to demand the resignation of President Hakainde Hichilema on moral grounds.
Bwalya alleged that Hichilema had failed to govern the country properly due to lack of vision while also claiming that the administration was politically and morally bankrupt.
Addressing a media briefing on Monday in Lusaka, Bwalya said he supported Hichilema purely on the principle of protecting and defending the constitution of Zambia.
“The Head of State was elected on the basis of…fake promises and every Zambian must ask Hichilema to resign as it is evident that he has failed to govern the country,” Bwalya said.
He said he was convinced beyond doubt that once the United Party for National Development (UPND) formed government, it would govern the country on the said pillars of governance, which was not the case at the moment.
“The party has withdrawn its support from the UPND because of political and moral bankruptcy and some aspects of marginalisation and tribalism,” Bwalya said.
He also said claimed that the president had neglected the poor who were starving at the expense of alleged corrupt practices under his watch.
“The law is being used to compensate those who were arrested in the previous regime at the expense of poor Zambians who can benefit from such collosal sums of money,” Bwalya said.
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