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Expulsion Threats Forces L/stone MP To Apologize To UPND For Attending SATA’s Road Launch

UPND Livingstone MP Reverend Howard Sekwila has apologized to the general UPND membership for attending the launch of the Link Zambia 8,000 project without clearance from the party leadership.

Addressing a media briefing at the party Secretariat this morning, Reverend Sekwila said he is apologizing wholeheartedly and hoped that the members of the UPND would find it within their hearts to forgive him.

“I hereby seek your forgiveness, am like a Prodigal son, please forgive me,” Reverend Sekwila said.

He added that he will never again attend a state function without clearance from the party.

Reverend Sekwila also revealed that he would not accept a job from the PF government if offered.

“I was never offered a ministerial job and I would never accept a job in this government even it was offered,” he said.

He said he is still a committed member of the UPND and willing to abide by the party’s rules and regulations.

Reverend Sekwila also denied reports that he was forced to apologize because he was faing expulsion from the party.

And UNPD Mazabuka Central MP Garry Nkombo said that Mr Sikwela did not cross the flow of parliament by attending the launch of the road project.

Asked if Mr Sikwela was threatened with dismissal by the UPND regarding the matter, Mr Nkombo said that the party would not expel any member without letting the due processes to take its course.

“The UPND did not issue any threats to Mr Sikwela but wrote him a cordial letter so that he could explain the circumstances of being at the launch,” he said.

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22 Responses to Expulsion Threats Forces L/stone MP To Apologize To UPND For Attending SATA’s Road Launch

  1. Tupac Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Kakutinya ka Haba Hakalibolo wazizima.Ine nimayopa che mulungu,njala namakolo banga kwasila.Put the interest of people first,kobra is very inclusive bafikala but you just want him to fail mwanyala maporo yanu.

  2. James chilufya Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    Ha sekwila, spa epapela bangwila bulime. You’re very childish,you’re not a leader. You went to parliament not to serve those who elected you but just to fatten your pocket.
    People of livingstone never ever vote for this creature, he has no morals and principals. CREATURE.

  3. Janet c Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 3:25 pm

    This so-called Reverend is an adulterer!!! Zambia is NOT a christian nation!!!

    “POST Newspaper
    Spare me for now, begs randy MP Sikwela
    By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone
    Sun 02 Sep. 2012, 10:29

    SPARE me for now, pleaded Livingstone UPND member of parliament Reverend Howard Sikwela whose appeal against his adultery case was thrown out by the High Court.

    Asked to comment on Judge Ernest Mukulwamutiyo’s decision to uphold the magistrate court’s ruling upholding the local court’s guilty verdict and subsequent fine K3.5 million payable in monthly instalments of K100,000 with effect from September 30, 2003 after Hakazinga Habanyama sued him in the local court for having an affair with his wife, Munakasaka Chikuba, Rev Sikwela said he would opt not to say anything at the moment.

    “What exactly do you want from me? I would appreciate if you could spare me for now,” Sikwela said.
    When reminded that the High Court had thrown out his appeal against a lower court’s guilty verdict against him in an adultery suit, Rev Sikwela merely responded: “no, no, I’m not in a position to say anything.”

    According to the judgment dated August 24, 2012, judge Mukulwamutiyo dismissed Rev Sikwela’s appeal, saying it was based on facts proved before it.

    Judge Mukulwamutiyo said there was sufficient proof to show that Rev Sikwela was involved in an adulterous affair while serving as principal at David Livingstone Teachers College of Education of Education (DALICE).

    Rev Sikwela of Brethren in Christ Church was found guilty of sharing love with Chikuba who was married in 1987.

    The court further stated that Chikuba admitted to the existence of an illicit love affair between them in writing.

    Habanyama, who was represented by John Kapepe of MAK Partners, submitted that the fact that Rev Sikwela and his Chikuba shared a guest room No 124 constituted evidence of adultery.

    Judge Mukulwamutiyo in his judgment found that even
    Rev Sikwela had conceded that the evidence given by the complainant, Habanyama, was sufficient for anyone to suspect that there was an adulterous affair between him and Chikuba.

    Rev Sikwela has not indicated whether or not he will appeal against the High Court decision to uphold the judgment.”

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  4. Matako Mabotu Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    Tupac please, if you do not have anytjing to talk about, it’s better to keep quite unlike producing one insult after another why is your mind full of corrupt morals? I suppose you need deliverance cause i have never ready where you talk of something sensible but insults.Remember the day of judgement is coming so stop your bad atitude and learn to criticise in a better manner.

  5. kakolwe Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    Tell Me plz. Will UPND leaders REFUSE to walk or drive on roads tarred by pf in their constituencies? If I were Sata, I would start the projects with Southern Province.

  6. isaac Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    Zambian politics an oposition should not associate or mingle with the ruling party. How will they govorn once they come into power themselves? AM HEARING AND SEEING THIS ONLY HERE IN ZAMBIA. THEY ARE FAILING EVEN TO GIVE AUTENATIVES BUT JUST CRITISIZE. THESE PIPO SHOPULD NOT BE VOTED INTO POWER COZ WE HAVE SEEN THEIR VORACIOUSNESS AND PARSIMONIOUSNESS.

  7. sniper the philosopher Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    This reverand is a coward how can he be threatened by a ka useless under five who is a polygamist. ha ha ha ha ha. Be brave you coward.

  8. UMUPONDO NAMBA ONE Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 5:48 pm

    Sekwiba waba bukala panyo pako how can you fear a kolokombwa sitanyoko be brave and work like a leader pasopo!

  9. Bwalya Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    hh chikala cha wiso mputi sha noko,satanyoko u will never rule Zambia matole yobe kapuli.

  10. meswin Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    I wonder how these opposition leaders are going 2 save us if they continue with this attitude.

    I thought they are in those positions 2 do what people voted for them.

    People voted for Bo sitwale to bring development in L/stone and Zambia.

    I’m worried with our opposition political parties.

  11. MUNYELO PWETE! Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 6:06 pm

    This type of cowardance from upnd politicians is what will make their people poorer and poorer! The people voted for you so that you improve their lives, an ooportunity comes to do so, you fold your tail you bloody sikwela! Punamukeni imwe bafikala ba upnd what is wrong with you? Mukesuka lisa ifipalakasa imwe ba mumbwa mumbwa, batombolilo imwe! bakalin’gongo, mwaba ukulala ukwachenama misula yenu!

  12. maikalange Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 6:11 pm

    zoz are zoz me im anaza!

  13. Maestro Hehehehehe Hahahahah Hehehehe Reloaded Reply

    September 26, 2012 at 11:18 pm

    Mwanarob, and all who think with your dicks instead of your heads, you complain that all positions are occupied by people from one tribe but your leader HH is busy threatening any Tonga that will accept a PF appointments! You won’t even let your MPs attend government, repeat, GOVERNMENT funtions, not PF functions!! Do you people use your heads when writing on these blogs? Sata appoints Tongas, expel them from your tribal party; When he does not appoint Tongas; you complain!! What planet are you creatures from?

  14. Boxale Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 1:49 am

    Janet C, chile moneka fye ati walitemwa “ama story yaku bedi” – nelo bonse twali laba, iwe efyo ule ibukisha fye??

  15. ABAKONZI Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 6:06 am

    The isue here is very simple and doesn’t call for the level of all these insults u r posting here.Next time this guy wants to attend similar functions let him inform his party leadership,ba reverend amafunde ma funde and u need to respect your party rules.

  16. isaac Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 8:37 am

    But why complain that Sata only appoint his tribesmen when you are blocking him choose one of your own? Is that musing correct?

  17. TONGA MALE CHAUVINST Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 8:56 am

    I fail 2 get along with the reasoning of these useless tongas, wats wrong with an mp attending the road launch by the president? Their actions speaks volume thats y zambians shud neva make a mistake of voting these selfish fools in 2 office mwanya bafikala u wil jst b langwishing in the jaws of opposition poverty!

  18. Teleshi Kabemba Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 9:02 am

    I mwe inshita ilepwa.Citeni plani mumwaka uleisa 2013.Mwilatemwa fye ukulatukana insele mumanewspepa emoshacela.
    Tontonkanyeni pubu bwa bana besu,ifyakulya(agriculture issues on food security)Incito shabantu,amafisakanwa,mufipatala,imisebo nafimbifye ifingi teti nkumemo ukulondolola.Mwila tusekesha kwati baice.Bombeleni capamo ngempashi ukutwala icalo cesu ica Zambia pantashi.Fwailisheni incende muno calo cesu umwaba ubunonshi.Mpanga yonse emoubunoshi emo bwaba.
    LEKENI IFIMASELE MULI BAKALAMBA BASHIMAFUNDE EBO TULOLESHAKO-Let me remind you during the liberation of Zimbabwe,Namibia,Angola and Mozambique.Did the bullets from AK47 Rifle knew that this one is Tumbuka,lenje,bemba,luvale,Tonga,Namwanga,Soli,Lozi,Lamba etc.All this people where committed on one thing to liberate our brothers and sisters.They had one goal in their minds.There was no tribal involved here.Why tulelekana inonshita?PLEASE LET US BE ONE IN EVERYTHING WE DO AND THINK ABOUT THE GENERATION TO COME.

  19. Ichashishita Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 10:55 am

    kui typa fye!!!

  20. Nuetral Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    No wonder Zambia will not develope, if UPND was to come to power today, some MP could also do the same, if am voted into office regardless of my political party i should just work for the people not for the ruling party.

  21. taliban Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    you did the right thing to apologise sir.or else..you would have gone out!

  22. ayoba Reply

    September 27, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    As if they are kids- apologize, ok, am sorry, am a prodigal child…drama 101 in local politics. For you to survive as politician nikupubako mahala pangono. Filyokotuya

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