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S.e.x Scandal Ex-Minister David Mabumba emerges from “hiding”

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Mabumba emerges from “hiding”, involves re-election of PF

DAVID Mabumba has emerged from his shy cacoon to hitch campaigns for the re-election of the ruling Patriotic Front and President Edgar Lungu.

The Mwense Constituency member of parliament vanished from the general public eye after a video meant to privately satisfy the fleshly appetite of his concubine was made public last July.

President Edgar Lungu immediately removed Mabumba from his post as general education minister, probably before his lessons could corrupt the varsity curriculum.

Mabumba then retreated into hiding, never addressed the matter publicly but he’s now slowly beginning to show his face.

He has asked voters to “overwhelmingly” vote for PF and President Lungu within the August 12 polls.

The former minister spoke as he drummed up support for the party along side the newly-elected Luapula Province PF executive committee led by chairman Francis Musunga and his vice Ronald Chitotela at Kashikishi grounds in Nchelenge district yesterday.

He told the many residents at the meeting that PF works were everywhere to be seen by every Zambian.

Mabumba said PF was the sole party capable of governing the country.

Speaking at an equivalent gathering Chitotela, Pambashe Constituency member of parliarment also as and Tourism Minister urged the gathering to not make the error of voting for the opposition.

Chitotela said opposition political parties had nothing to supply aside from politics of deception.

He involved unity of purpose within the PF saying the party must be committed to win the August elections convincingly.

“Despite the various challenges the country has skilled the PF government has remained resolute to make sure that the state is stable altogether sectors. The PF government will still deliver development across the country as promised,” said Chitotela.

Source: Zambian Observer