Hakainde should feel ashamed for failing to declare assets – Changala

Brebner Changala
Brebner Changala

Hakainde should feel ashamed for failing to declare assets – Changala

Hakainde Hichilema has failed to declare his assets to the Zambian people and therefore, has no moral right to pursue others.

Commenting on Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) chairperson Musa Mwenya’s sentiment that it is not normal there is no single statutory requirement for the president to declare assets annually, Changala said Mwenye has valid observations.

“Now Mr. Hakainde Hichilema is a businessman who has changed no single law that made PF look like the most corrupt government in Africa. The reason is because he was admiring and envying what the Patriotic front was doing,” he said. “And even if there is no law that compels him, this is a man who is in the forefront of seizing and restricting people’s properties on mere suspicion of… https://dailyrevelationzambia.com/hakainde-should-feel-ashamed-for-failing-to-declare-assets-changala/


  1. Your newly-found friend Edgar Lungu changed the law on presidential candidate and annual presidential assets and liabilities declarations. These are now filed with the Electoral Commission of Zambia. If you want to see HH’s assets and liabilities declarations, see the ECZ. And the next time you meet or talk to Edgar Lungu on the phone, ask him why he changed the law.

  2. Where there is no law there is no crime committed. Crime is breaking the law, hence HH has not broken the law because there is no law to compel him to declare assets every year.

  3. Never again should we vote for a conman as president.

    Look at the way he milked our country during privatisation.

    Look ar the way he is milking our country right now.

    He is a specialist at milking, this tribalist fraudster.

  4. You have completely run out of things to say about bally Mr empty head. Completely nothing. Talk about your confused pf party. Bally is working and has no time for uselessness. Ulibe nansoni weh. A grown up man like you talking about non issues. If he declares his assets will it bring down the cost of living? You have nothing to say better keep quiet.

    • Ba Substance the issue that Mr. Changala is bringing up is very important, morally, legally and politically.

      However, we should start with the master fraudster himself, ECL. He changed the law on public disclosure of assets and liabilities for presidential candidates after his embarrassing failure to account for his assets growth from US$2.5million to US$23million within a space of 18 months between the 2015 and 2016 elections.

      He is now worth about US$790million by some estimates. Imagine, from US$25million to US $790million in five years!! No wonder he has the arrogance to refer to presidential retirement benefits as “peanuts”.

      Both ECL and HH are morally bound to publicly disclose their assets and liabilities. The focus should not be on the current president only but also his immediate predecessor.

      As I keep saying failure by the two gentlemen to do the right thing and disclose their assets and liabilities, even without it being a legal requirement, will come back to bite them in the future.


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