President Michael Sata should listen to the voices and cries of the general membership of the Patriotic Front (PF) and take a decisive action against Wynter Kabimba and the cartel holding him captive because they were not only a danger to the peace and stability of the country but to the Head of State as an individual, Julius Komaki has said.
Komaki, a leader of the anti-Kabimba group, presently hospitalized at the University Teaching Hospital after he was savagely hacked with pangas, said there was a connection between his attack and the expiry of the ultimatum he has given to Post Newspaper owner Fred M’membe and Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito to begin paying the Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ) K18 billion loan or face citizens’ arrest.
“We only have one country and there is no where we are going to run to. We are not going to allow a cartel to set this country on fire just because they want to protect their selfish political motives. We know their agenda but we are determined that they should not succeed.
They have started killing us but let them know that their time of reckoning is coming soon. Kabimba and the cartel have become a serious danger to President Sata’s security and we want the Inspector General of Police to assure us of the safety of our President,” Komaki said.
He has charged that the youths in Lusaka and the country as a whole would remain vigilant because they had discovered that there was a cartel planning to set the country on fire by promoting individuals who had been rejected by the entire general membership of the party.
Komaki said Kabimba was not a leader that cadres could die for adding the Justice Minister was going to be haunted by the blood that had been spilled by those who loved the party and President Sata
He said he was deeply concerned with the safety of President Sata considering that the people who were purporting to be close and loyal to him were the same people attacking the supporters of the Head of State.
Speaking from his hospital bed at UTH, Komaki has challenged Inspector General of Police Stella Libongani to state how safe the President was because it had become clear that Kabimba did not want cadres and senior members of the party who were supporting the President.
He said the youths were aware that former Lusaka Province youth chairman Kennedy Kamba, Provincial chairman Geoffrey Chumbwe, and Goodson Banda had planned his attack and that of other members.
Komaki said he was happy that the traitors in the ruling party had exposed themselves adding that it was going to be difficult to deal with the situation a year before elections.
He said President Sata should be courageous enough and disentangle himself from the cartel because that would make him govern the country with peace and dignity.