Patrick Mucheleka

MY UNCLE GBM ACCUSED ME OF BEING AN ILLEGITIMATE TONGA CHILD, CRIES MUCHELEKA … after successfully petitioning Lubansenshi seat

Ruling UPND deputy secretary general Patrick Mucheleka says he will easily win the Lubansenshi seat now that the playing field has been leveled following the eviction of the PF from power.

Speaking with Daily Revelation, after he successfully petitioned the seat won by Kabwe Chewe in the August 2021 general elections, Mucheleka said it was expected that the seat would be nullified based on the “solid” evidence he adduced before the courts.

He said there was massive corruption by the PF candidate and the entire PF throughout the constituency.

“That’s why we told you that PF was a criminal enterprise,” he said.

Mucheleka said he was a victim of the vicious tribal propaganda, including going as far as his opponents saying “HH was a Tonga monster”, and that his own parentage was questioned after being accused of being a Tonga.

“And the person doing that is my own uncle GBM, sayin that I was an illegitimate child, that my mother had an affair with a fictitious Tonga man, and that’s how I was born. He said only he knew as he was my mother’s brother,” Mucheleka said. “My opponent the PF candidate abused the DMMU mealie meal. I was called a lunatic. Even chiefs who are confessing now became involved in politics against me.”

The Lusaka High court today nullified the Lubansenshi seat won by Kabwe Taulo Chewe

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9 COMMENTS

  1. It is very sad that politics in Zambia can get to this extent. GBM must not bring family feuds into politics for the sake of his belly. It is really unfortunate that ba GBM uttered such words for the sake of staying relevant to politics. Even if Mucheleka’s father was Tonga, so what? Does that make him ineligible to stand as an MP in Bembaland? Such politics should be kept away completely and we must focus on relevant issues that affect the people. I hope one day people of Zambia will cease to look at the tribe as an issue, we are all Zambians and free to participate in peaceful politics.

  2. Ba mucheleka speak your lies and the friends you have now will cheer you on. Mark my words, you will remember the day you were born. Gbm is your uncle till death do you part. Hate him but you will need him.

    • The records are clear about what GBM was saying during the campaigns, but it is not necessary for Patrick to bring it up in the media now. This should be deferred and dealt with within the family. GBM needs to apologies and move from such rhetoric politics period.

  3. It must have been nasty during the Lubansenshi parliamentary election campaign. If these are the things GBM was saying, little wonder the High Court has nullified the election result. It may explain why GBM has been maintaining a low profile since the PF’s ejection from government. These utterances are actionable at law.

  4. NOW IMAGINE TO LOSE AGAIN IN THIS LEVELED PLAYING FIELD YOU REFER TO…….WHAT A SHAME IT IS GOING TO BE…….YOU PEOPLE THINK ZAMBIANS ARE READY FOR A ONE PARTY STATE, FOR WHAT. WE WOULD RATHER VOTE FOR AN INDEPENDENT IF NOT FOR PF

  5. Patrick can deny what GBM said. But fact is the name Mucheleka was his step father’s name. His step father, Mr. Mucheleka, was Isoka district governer under late Dr. Kaunda’s rule. Patrick inherited the name by virtue of the mother having been married to Mr. Mucheleka. Otherwise, Patrick and his sibling were fathered by a Tonga man before he died and his mother got married to Mr. Mucheleka. No wonder he refused to accept late President Sata’s offer to him to help organise the PF in Northern Province. Patrick is more comfortable working with his brothers and sisters from Southern Province in the UPND. I wonder why he even stands in Luwingu.

  6. PF is a group of criminals those who worked with them without knowing they have changed their minds and are coming out not to blacklist their personalities to zambains

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