Thursday, May 09, 2013

HH takes wife to India for treatment
By Roy Habaalu
Wed 08 May 2013, 14:01 CAT

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has accompanied his wife Mutinta for medical treatment to India, sources have revealed. And Lusaka Province PF youth chairman Kennedy Kamba has wished Mutinta a quick recovery.

Sources said Hichilema left Zambia on April 30 aboard an Emirates flight EK714 destined for Dubai and arrived in India on May 2. Sources said Mutinta was being treated as an outpatient.

But UPND deputy spokesperson Cornelius Mweetwa said Hichilema was visiting various places and India was just one of them.

Hichilema's absence from the party is only known to those considered loyal to him.

Kamba asked all Zambians to pray for Mutinta's quick recovery so that she comes back to Zambia and offer her husband support in his political career.

"May the good Lord help Mrs Hichilema get well soon. All well-meaning Zambians should pray for her quick recovery so that she returns home.
This is not time for politics but time for the country to pray for our dear sister. No one chooses to be sick. Anyone can fall ill at anytime and it's as a result of this that we in PF wish Mrs Hichilema a quickest recovery," said Kamba.

And Mweetwa said there was no leadership vacuum from the time Hichilema left.

"HH is making visitations in various countries around the world and taking time from the hectic schedule brought about by these unnecessary by-elections. He will be back and you will see him during nominations in one of these constituencies," said Mweetwa.

He said the votes UPND got in the past by-election encouraged Hichilema to forge ahead.

Mweetwa said as Hichilema's dogs of war, they would ensure that they liberated Zambia economically and politically.

Hichilema was quoted on Lusaka's QFM as saying yesterday that Zambians needed a generational change of leadership and not being taken backwards.

According to QFM, Hichilema said the PF went into government without a plan for the country, but for purposes of sharing jobs amongst themselves.

Hichilema added that President Michael Sata had changed from being a man of action to a man of negative action.

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