United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema says he hopes Vice President Guy Scott will has learnt a lesson and will be careful with what he says following the outrage sparked by his utterances on the people of southern province.
Dr Scott apologized in Parliament last week for referring to the Tonga speaking people as a minority tribe campaigning and insinuating that there would be a Presidential by-election in the country.
Mr. Hichilema says the statement made by the vice President had angered many people in the country.
The UPND leader says the people of Zambia want to remain united the same way they have been for many years.
Mr Hichilema states that statements aimed at dividing the nation have the potential to bring about chaos in the country.