Thanks for all of you who have sympathized with me when I was assaulted by UPND cadres. I also lost two phones and a wallet which contained various IDs and K700. The Wallet was later brought to the police station by some UPND cadres without the money.
I found myself at Cresta Golfview Hotel where the UPND were holding a Press Briefing to explain how their votes were stolen from them in the just ended 20th January 2015 Presidential elections.
The Zambian Voice did monitor the voting and the dissemination of results. The report is yet to be compiled because we want to take into consideration all issues arising from the whole process such as the ones UPND were raising on that day 26th January 2015.
A lot of people have been asking for our action against the UPND. We are considering an appropriate action which is free of emotions but befitting our laws and the values we espouse which is JUSTICE AND TRUTH in such a situation.
It should be borne in the mind of all political players that they can not silence the voice using anarchy and thuggery. Our fight, especially for the poor, is relentless and we are willing to pay whatever price to bring JUSTICE and EQUITY in our Country. Zambia belongs to all citizens not just the privileged few who are put in-charge to administer our resources.
As the founder of the organization I am motivated by the love of Jesus for humanity. If Jesus died for the Truth why should I fear what man can do as his follower. I am never malicious in my actions even when it pains so much like right now when I am nursing a right shoulder and body pains from the beatings I sustained from a political party that wants to rule the people of Zambia.
I love my brothers and sisters in whatever colour, tribe, religious belief or political affiliation. We will issue a statement when we have consulted and decided on the course of action. Meanwhile the police are doing their investigations.
God bless Zambia.