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PF youths in Chililabombwe match against UPND

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Chililabombwe Town center came to a standstill this morning as PF youths and Taxi drivers held a peaceful match against United Party for National Development and their President Hakainde Hichilema for disrespecting President Edgar Lungu.

The youths were led by the PF security team in the district.

Chililabombwe PF Security Chairperson Joseph Cheba said that UPND should respect the ruling President because he his president for all.

Mr Cheba said the president does not segregate in is distribution for development hence HH should discipline his people if he is a leader.

He said if the same people don’t show the current president respect then their will also not respect him as well.

The youths also distributed some face masks as there were matching as they have noticed that people have relaxed on masks.

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