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Mapenzi may have been sacrificed, claims Lubinda

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Government has continued denying responsibility for the death of Mapenzi Chibulo, the UPND cadre who was shot in the head by police last week, with¬†Agriculture Minister and Kabwata Aspiring Member of Parliament, Given Lubinda, claiming she was “sacrificed”.

And Lubinda has described the UPND’s call for a ‘Black Friday’ to mourn victims of political violence as “the work of the devil”.

Lubinda who featured on Radio Phoenix’s Let the people talk program also wondered why the UPND leadership allowed its members to demostrate and become unruly over police’s decision to cancel the party’s rally against the backdrop of security concerns.

“why was there a series of a movie shot from the time she arrived to the time she was shot? It’s very suspicious especially when people are discussing Black Friday. The death is regrettable but calling on forces of darkness in a Christian nation is bad. ”

“The UPND videographers on the day were focused on three cadres that included Mapenzi. It’s like someone was ready for before and after events,” he said

Lubinda has stated that it would be imperative that the on-going on police inquiry speak to many including the photographer that took particular focus on Mapenzi.

On calls for Black Friday Lubinda says it is the hand of the devil at work.

“Zambia is a Christian nation, why call for Black Friday when you can pray?” Lubinda wondered.¬†“Please let’s pray to God and stop Black Friday Black, we don’t want forces of darkness we don’t want evil. We’re a Christian nation President Lungu has asked for prayers not the hate being preached by the opposition.”

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