PF in Southern Province is full of people masquerading as dedicated members, says Paul Sensele. Reacting to Southern Province PF youth chairperson Obby Mweemba, who referred to NDC consultant Chishimba Kambwili, and Harry Kalaba as confused people who have left the ruling party in a recording targeting provincial minister Edify Hamukale, Sensele said Mweemba bought his way into leadership. Mweemba accused Hamukale of fanning confusions that have rocked the PF in the province adding that if he (Hamukale) wanted to take the route of Kambwili and Kalaba, he would be shown the exit door.
“People who are confused like Chishimba Kambwili and Harry Kalaba have left. If he wants to take the same route we will say ‘Hamukale, Hon Hamukale, here is the door please can you exit because you found the party united in the province’,” said Mweemba.
But Sensele, who has joined the NDC, said he was the one who pleaded for people like former Livingstone member of parliament Lawrence Evans to join the PF at a meeting held at Amadilo Restaurant.
“I don’t want to go into personal issues but I find it disturbing for Obby who was not a PF member in 2011 to call our consultant as a confused person. It is he (Obby) and his cartel, they are now called the Mailon Brothers in PF in reference to three people namely Evans, Mweemba and the former DC Omer Munsanje…. If anything, these are just masquerading as PF members and are busy using the party to enrich themselves at the expense of other PF members who remain very poor,” Sensele said.
He urged Mweemba to refrain from talking about Kambwili and concentrate on fighting battles in the PF in the province. Sensele said the current PF provincial leadership was just not doing anything to build the party as PF chairperson Josephs Akafumba did.
“Under the leadership of Akafumba, who is now NDC vice-president, we won councillor seats and also Evans managed to be elected as MP. But with these in leadership all has been lost,” he said.
Sensele further appealed to Mweemba to respect Hamukale saying despite being a minister, he was correct to get involved in politics.