Fight for freedom not yet over – HH


The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has encouraged Zambians to remain strong amidst justice mischief

He has also called on UPND Members across the Country not lose hope stressing that the battle for a free Zambia has just begun.

Mr. Hichilema has expressed confidence that justice over the alleged stolen victory from him and the People of Zambia shall truly come to pass.

He has appealed to the country to oppose strongly any dictatorial tendencies such as the promotion of one party state.

He has accused the PF under Mr. Lungu of having established a plan to turn Zambia into a one party state but that this will not be allowed.

Meanwhile Mr. Hichilema says the recent announcement by President Edgar Lungu that to institute a commission of inquiry into the recent elections violence spate is cheap politicking.



  1. my younger brothers and sisters becarefui with politics in zambia,they fight money for them to be rich what about you,think and stay away u power to do somwthing.

  2. What freedom? Who was fighting? 24 October 1964. Remember that date? So all those who filled Heroes Stadium and the multitudes outside the stadium and those who gathered at different venues round the country or watched on TV in their homes and in bars on 13th September were forced at gun point? Get a life ba man and go and build 7 school in Dundumwezi so you can be remembered for something good. Those who are not happy should plant trees and watch them grow for the next five years. Stop weighing us down with your misery please. Zambia is not about 3 and a quarter provinces.