Even though they say politicians know no morality boundaries, UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema and National Democratic Congress (NDC) 2021 Presidential candidate Chishimba Kambwili must help us understand how they had common goal for solidarity.
The duo has totally different ideologies and their individual take on ZAFFICO is as parallel as the north and South Pole.
The UPND leader HH was quoted saying the PF administration has sold ZAFFICO which is financially viable.
And his stance is that he is against the sale or listing of ZAFFICO saying the tree managing firm is viable as it is.
On the other hand, CK is quoted supporting the listing of ZAFFICO saying it will be financially viable.
Does it mean CK is deliberately being economical with the truth or he is a pendulum kind of a leader who can be swung in any direction by any leader?
UPND Chief Executive Officer Stephen Katuka is quoted saying there are only two political parties in Zambia PF and UPND.
Where PF wins the by-elections, UPND comes second and vice versa.
Does this mean NDC and CK are more like condoms that can be used for protection (solidarity) and be discarded after use?
Is CK reading his political moves correctly or he is still mourning the late Michael Sata?
Are the two taking Zambians for a ride or they think Zambians are a cheap ride they hike and alight at any time after using it?
Two are parallel in party ideologies but still meet at the river of sin.
If the duo has different political ideologies why meet at the sin zone to promote what each of them does not believe in?
Zambians want leaders that at least can stand by what they say.