PF marches in solidarity with the Chinese

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Hundreds of PF cadres on the Copperbelt today staged a demonstration in solidarity with foreign nationals in the country, particularly the Chinese.

The seemingly well-funded protest march was in response to Copperbelt PF youth chairperson Nathan Chanda’s rallying call, Monday, to the party youths “to attend a solidarity march in support of peace and unity against incitement of xenophobic attacks on all foreign investors and riots in the Copperbelt Province.”

The youths, clad in PF regalia, marched through Ndola hoisting high quality printed banners which bore messages denouncing “xenophobia” and “violence” against foreign nationals.

Although there was no mention of nationality, the protest was apparently in solidarity with Chinese nationals who have come under attack from some Zambians.

The ruling PF have accused UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema of whipping up anti-China sentiment in the country and inciting last week’s riots in some Copperbelt towns.


One Response to PF marches in solidarity with the Chinese

  1. What a bunch of loosers in the name of being patriotic.Those in power are eating among themselves and the china man.The Chines are busy looting your recourse you loosers are busy fighting amoung yourselves.Foolish Zambians

    November 14, 2018 at 12:34 pm

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