HAKAINDE Hichilema has been told to restrict sex discussions with his wife in their home and not the wives of other men.
Mumbi Phiri, the PF deputy secretary general, has told UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema to discuss issues of sex with his wife and not other people’s wives.
On Monday, Mr Hichilema called on women in Zambia to start denying their husbands conjugal rights for supporting the Patriotic Front (PF).
Reacting to Mr Hichilema’s sentiments, Ms Phiri said Mr Hichilema should discuss issues of sex with his wife because the people would not defect and vote for the UPND on August 11, 2016.
“Mr Hichilema must be confused to be talking about sex with other people’s wives; let him talk about sex with his wife,” Ms Phiri said.
Ms Phiri, who expressed disappointment with Mr Hichilema’s sentiments, said since the people would not heed his advice he should discuss such a topic with his own wife at home. The UPND presidential candidate, while campaigning in Chingola, said women should start blackmailing their husbands by denying them sex if they did not leave the PF and vote for him and his party.
Mr Hichilema, who was campaigning in Bemba, said women should convince their husbands to defect from the Patriotic Front (PF) to the UPND because the ruling party had brought joblessness and poverty on the Copperbelt.
Meanwhile, Ms Phiri said Mr Hichilema looked disappointed after discovering that only one person had been shot by police and not three as he had claimed.
“When he went to the police he told them that three people had been shot dead but was disappointed to find out that it was only one person; was he expecting three people to be killed?” she said.
Ms Phiri said Mr Hichilema had a lot of answers to give to the Zambian people over the death of the UPND cadre.
“Why were the people taking pictures of her before she was shot? Where did the blanket come from after she was shot? Why was the girl shot in the back where they were UPND cadres and not in front where the police officers were? So really HH has a lot of questions to answer to the Zambian people over the death of that young lady,” she said. And Ms Phiri wondered why people from Southern Province thought that only Mr Hichilema was capable of governing this country among all the candidates contesting this year’s election.
Ms Phiri said Mr Hichilema stood with Levy Mwanawasa, Rupiah Banda, Michael Sata and Edgar Lungu and all of them were not voted for by the people of Southern Province. She said they were wrong if they thought that they would convince other provinces to vote for them because Southern Province only voted for one candidate.
Ms Phiri said Mr Hichilema would be shocked on August 11 because the people of Eastern Province had now opened their eyes about the voting pattern of the people of Southern Province and would this time around follow suit by giving President Lungu 100 percent vote.