Father Bwalya has told QFM News that the media must be left to do their work without any intimidations or interference by the powers that be.
Father Bwalya who is also a journalist by profession notes that there should be a better way of handling such issues if Mr. Kabimba is injured with the manner the newspaper has been covering stories related to his predicament.
The ABZ leader says issues affecting Mr. Kabimba should not affect the operations of the Zambia Daily Mail or individual journalists.
Information and broadcasting services Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba has expressed sadness at the level of harassment by Mr. Kabimba on individual journalists at the Zambia Daily Mail.
Mr Kabimba is also said to have threatened to close down the Government owned newspaper.