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Siliya lambasts HH for using ‘unpalatable language’ in public

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Chief Government Spokesperson and Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services, Dora Siliya, has lambasted United Party for National Development (UPND) leader, Hakainde Hichilema, for allegedly using what she called disgusting and insulting words in public.

She said the government is not happy with the continued use of unpalatable language by political leaders in public, especially the UPND president.

Siliya called on Hichilema to tone down and use acceptable language, even in the midst of excitement or bitterness.

“Hichilema should be mindful of the diverse age groups that hear what he says and should exercise restraint in his expression of excitement and bitterness,” she said.

She has further advised the Zambian people to avoid sharing videos and audios depicting unpalatable language.

“Such are not only destructive to the minds of young people but they also cause extreme embarrassment to descent adults especially parents,” Siliya said.


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