How and where HH is winning this election! (Part 2)

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hichilemaLike a snake that retreats to the burrow upon sensing danger, Sata would remain holed-up in State House for much of the time. The only time he presented himself to the public was when swearing-in government officials, receiving credentials from diplomats or launching this and that project. Without taking away any credit from him, Sata’s government would embark on ambitious infrastructure development – roads were being worked on, bridges being built and new districts created here and there.

Unfortunately, the King Cobra never lived long to see most of his projects come to fruition. In a feat of history repeating itself, Sata would pass on abroad. This would throw the ruling party into turmoil. A vicious dog fight that threatened to tear the party to pieces would emerge as several senior government and party officials jostled for the coveted position! After much hullaballoo, tussling and scheming that would even force the clergy to intervene; a convention would be agreed upon in the politically historic town of Kabwe.

At a hastily organized albeit chaotic convention, Lungu would be “elected” as a new leader by a mere show of hands! Although a dozen or so presidential candidates would make it on the ballot paper as usual, including those notorious for showing up at the last minute, the contest would practically be between Lungu and HH. Of course Lungu would claim victory by a mere 1 % of total votes cast. Next month, the nation shall once again be trooping back to the polls to choose our next President. There are several factors that point to HH winning these elections. No amount of name calling, mudslinging or even possible rigging shall reverse the impending political tsunami!

Look at out for part 3!


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