The Buck Stops With President Hichilema Over The Gay Parade In Lusaka- Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba


The Buck Stops With President Hichilema Over The Gay Parade In Lusaka.

…I place all the blame on him as all these activities are being allowed under his watch.

By Amb. Emmanuel Mwamba.

Lusaka – 5th March, 2023.

President Hakainde Hichilema’s fraternisation and cosy policies with the West is going to cost this country its soul. It wouldn’t be long before we witnessed what we saw on Saturday 4th March 2023.

An awareness public protest was held on Saturday by women and girls protesting against the 17 year old girl that was raped by a Guard at the University Teaching Hospital when she went to seek medical treatment.

The march was advertised as Women’s March for Gender Equality from East Park to the Showgrounds Rugby Club Grounds.

But what shocked motorists was the LGBTQ colours and type of protest songs.

“Chnna Changa, My P*ssy, My Choice”

This is a well-known demand for sexual rights that a person can sleep with whoever they wish to, including same sex partners.

Some LGBTQ members and activists doned in rainbow t-shirts, hijacked the agenda and turned it into a protest for gay rights.

We now have information that these activits also intend to participate in Women’s Day activities and also intend to particpate in marching on Women’s Day on 8th March 2023.

Homosexuality and its promotion remain illegal in Zambia as they offend Cultural, traditional, Christian and public morals, and national principles and values.

But this government has deliberately chosen to give a blind eye.

In Africa, the LGBTQ agenda is heavily promoted using social-media and challenging and sponsoring legal challenges to the current anti-homosexuality laws.

The activists are tutored to dare the law when they assess if the country has attained a friendly Judiciary or friendly gay-agenda judges. They hire good and expensive lawyers to challenge the legality of the criminalization of homosexuality and gay sex and its relationships. They recently scored legal success in Botswana and Kenya.

All those LGBTQ awereness and training workshops in Livingstone, Siavonga and Lusaka the last one year are bearing fruit as seen by today’s activities.

I place all the blame on President Hakainde Hichilema as all these activities are being allowed under his watch.

Zambians don’t say you were not warned.


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