PRESIDENTIAL Spokesperson Anthony Bwalya says the Civil Society Organisations that have issued a joint statement demanding that President Hakainde Hichilema acts on the leaked audio are antagonising the government for nothing. Last week, a leaked phone conversation went viral in which two people alleged to be political advisor Levy Ngoma and Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Josephs Akafumba were plotting political shenanigans, a development which has attracted widespread condemnation. In the interview below, Bwalya explains why President Hichilema has not acted on the audio. Bwalya: The President will not engage in any kind of conversation that can be deemed to be undermining the democracy of this country. That’s number one and the basis for that is that this President was elected…...

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