PATRIOTIC Front secretary general Davies Chama has refuted media reports in which suspected PF cadres in Chipata are reported to have attacked Rainbow party secretary general Wynter Kabimba.
Mr Chama said PF has nothing to do with Mr Kabimba and wondered why he was accusing the ruling party members to have engaged in such acts of violence..
Mr Chama told ZNBC the Rainbow party secretary general was not a threat to the ruling party, adding that he was not even a popular politician.
Mr.Chama further accused Mr Kabimba of hiring youths to masquerade as PF supporters in a bid to de-campaign the ruling party.
He said the party was yet to gather more information on the alleged attacks in Chipata which allegedly took place on Sunday. And in a related devel0pment renowned Zambian artist Spuki Mulemwa has urged politicians and traditional leaders to avoid tribal politics.
Mr Mulemwa says tribal politics had led to bloodshed in many African countries and that Zambians should preserve the peace the country has enjoyed for the past 50 years of Independence.
The musician who sang the song dubbed ”One Zambia, One Nation” said politicians and traditional leaders should exercise caution and restrain themselves from promoting tribal politics.
Mr Mulemwa said Zambia had many economic challenges government was grappling with and that it was important for the country to unite and focus on how to get the country’s economy back on track.