The Human Rights Commission has condemned the continued tribal remarks being uttered by some PF members. And the HRC says the PF will leave a legacy of having divided the nation using tribe. Over the weekend during a campaign in Kapiri Mposhi organised by Kabushi member of parliament and chairperson of the PF Mobilisation Committee Bowman Lusambo, a PF member accused UPND president Hakainde Hichilema of refusing to work with President Edgar Lungu and that the opposition leader wanted to turn the country into a Tonga state. In an interview, HRC spokesperson Mwelwa Muleya noted with concern the continued tribal remarks being uttered by mainly PF officials and advised that such tendencies must end for the sake of unity. “Basically…...

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