Wynter Munacaambwa Kabimba

Victimised’ Nakacinda is innocent – Kabimba

ECONOMIC Front president Wynter Kabimba has acquitted PF information and publicity chairperson Raphael Nakacinda of his offence.

Nakacinda, a former minister of the then Ministry of Water Development Sanitation and Environmental Protection, is currently detained in Solwezi for allegedly linking President Hakainde Hichilema and the people of Bweengwa in Monze west to ubututu.

He was picked up by police at his home in Kafue on Monday, April 25, 2022.

In a statement, Kabimba, a former Minister of Justice in president Michael Sata’s government, says Nakacinda is being intimidated by the police.

Kabimba added that the police intimidation of Nakacinda is not that he lied but because he expressed himself in Icibemba, a language that President Hichilema “does not competently understand.”

Kabimba has since told President Hichilema that ubututu means backwardness, ignorance or primitivity, and not stupidity or foolishness as the President said at a media conference at State House on Monday.

The opposition leader has also blamed Vice-President Mutale Nalumango, who is from the Bemba ethnicity, for not rising to defend “her native language and vocabulary.”

“Anyway, she (Vice-President Nalumango) has to keep her job at the expense of justice and victimisation of innocent citizens like Nakacinda,” said Kabimba.

Kabimba is a lawyer.

Kalemba

5 COMMENTS

  1. But surely is there not something with our law school. I do not see any legal inclination in the thinking of our lawyers, those we would consider to b senior lawyers.
    Whether “ubututu means backwardness, ignorance or primitivity, and not stupidity or foolishness” is not the issue. You cannot say all people of Bweengwa or all Tongas are ubututu just because you hate the president. The mad, Nakachinda is mad because he always having ministerial dreams. His binoculars were seeing no change of government hence his continuation as a minister.
    This sickness, a senior lawyer wants to tell us, is ok.
    Something seriously wrong with our law school.

  2. Mr. Winter Kabimba let the law take its course. It is not you and me to determine whether he is innocent or not. If Mr Nakachinda is partly “Tonga” and partly “Nsenga” or whatever tribe, he would have expressed himself in any one of those tribes. Why does he want to portray that if you want to be sarcastic you can only express it in Bemba and not in any language he is from. Don’t you think Mr Kabimba there is something fish in that. Surely even if Nakachinda alleges what he says does it cuts across all the people from where the President originates? One other thing is that Mr Hakainde Hichilema is now the President of the Republic of Zambia as such respect must be accorded to him.

  3. He has slot of money to spare by paying the lawyers he hires. It’s not for free. This thing will financially sting at some point due to his deliberate mischievousness.

    It’s OK. They’ve set the current laws in Mortion. So let’s use them since theyhave not been changed yet we are stuck with them. Why blame this government ask the previous government why the put such laws in place.

    This is the true legal position. Where were you when these same laws were being used to make life unbearable foe the opposition.

  4. Kabimba is just another hare-brained and sick dimwit crying out for political relevance. He will continue changing the name of his one-muntu party till he exhausts all the permutations of the Queen’s language.

  5. Mr kabimba, this friend of yours nakachinda is victimised by his own mouth not by anyone. You too like bowman, chilangwa who by the way was good with expos has become something else, like sean tembo and others are victimised by their own tongue. Read the Bible verses here and hear for yourself what too much talking results into.

    Bible > Proverbs > Chapter 10 > Verse 19
    ◄ Proverbs 10:19 ►
    Context Crossref Comm Hebrew
    Verse (Click for Chapter)
    New International Version
    Sin is not ended by multiplying words, but the prudent hold their tongues.

    New Living Translation
    Too much talk leads to sin. Be sensible and keep your mouth shut.

    English Standard Version
    When words are many, transgression is not lacking, but whoever restrains his lips is prudent.

    Berean Study Bible
    When words are many, sin is unavoidable, but he who restrains his lips is wise.

    King James Bible
    In the multitude of words there wanteth not sin: but he that refraineth his lips is wise.

    New King James Version
    In the multitude of words sin is not lacking, But he who restrains his lips is wise.

    New American Standard Bible
    When there are many words, wrongdoing is unavoidable, But one who restrains his lips is wise.

    NASB 1995
    When there are many words, transgression is unavoidable, But he who restrains his lips is wise.

    NASB 1977
    When there are many words, transgression is unavoidable, But he who restrains his lips is wise.

    Amplified Bible
    When there are many words, transgression and offense are unavoidable, But he who controls his lips and keeps thoughtful silence is wise.

    Christian Standard Bible
    When there are many words, sin is unavoidable, but the one who controls his lips is prudent.

    Holman Christian Standard Bible
    When there are many words, sin is unavoidable, but the one who controls his lips is wise.

    American Standard Version
    In the multitude of words there wanteth not transgression; But he that refraineth his lips doeth wisely.

    Aramaic Bible in Plain English
    In the multitude of words the evil one is not saved and he who restrains his lips is intelligent.

    Brenton Septuagint Translation
    By a multitude of words thou shalt not escape sin; but if thou refrain thy lips thou wilt be prudent.

    Contemporary English Version
    You will say the wrong thing if you talk too much–so be sensible and watch what you say.

    Douay-Rheims Bible
    In the multitude of words there shall not want sin: but he that refraineth his lips is most wise.

    Good News Translation
    The more you talk, the more likely you are to sin. If you are wise, you will keep quiet.

    International Standard Version
    Transgression is at work where people talk too much, but anyone who holds his tongue is prudent.

    JPS Tanakh 1917
    In the multitude of words there wanteth not transgression; But he that refraineth his lips is wise.

    Literal Standard Version
    In the abundance of words transgression does not cease, And whoever is restraining his lips [is] wise.

    New American Bible
    Where words are many, sin is not wanting; but those who restrain their lips do well.

    NET Bible
    When words abound, transgression is inevitable, but the one who restrains his words is wise.

    New Revised Standard Version
    When words are many, transgression is not lacking, but the prudent are restrained in speech.

    New Heart English Bible
    In the multitude of words there is no lack of disobedience, but he who restrains his lips does wisely.

    World English Bible
    In the multitude of words there is no lack of disobedience, but he who restrains his lips does wisely.

    Young’s Literal Translation
    In the abundance of words transgression ceaseth not, And whoso is restraining his lips is wise.

    Additional Translations …
    Context
    Solomon’s Proverbs: The Wise Son
    …18The one who conceals hatred has lying lips, and whoever spreads slander is a fool. 19When words are many, sin is unavoidable, but he who restrains his lips is wise. 20The tongue of the righteous is choice silver, but the heart of the wicked has little worth.…
    Berean Study Bible · Download

    Cross References
    James 1:19
    My beloved brothers, understand this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to anger,

    James 3:2
    We all stumble in many ways. If anyone is never at fault in what he says, he is a perfect man, able to control his whole body.

    Job 11:2
    “Should this stream of words go unanswered and such a speaker be vindicated?

    Proverbs 17:27
    A man of knowledge restrains his words, and a man of understanding maintains a calm spirit.

    Proverbs 18:21
    Life and death are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruit.

    Ecclesiastes 5:2
    Do not be quick to speak, and do not be hasty in your heart to utter a word before God. After all, God is in heaven and you are on earth. So let your words be few.

    Ecclesiastes 5:3
    As a dream comes through many cares, so the speech of a fool comes with many words.

    Treasury of Scripture
    In the multitude of words there wants not sin: but he that refrains his lips is wise.

    the multitude

    Ecclesiastes 5:3
    For a dream cometh through the multitude of business; and a fool’s voice is known by multitude of words.

    Ecclesiastes 10:13,14
    The beginning of the words of his mouth is foolishness: and the end of his talk is mischievous madness…

    James 3:2
    For in many things we offend all. If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able also to bridle the whole body.

    but

    Proverbs 17:27,28
    He that hath knowledge spareth his words: and a man of understanding is of an excellent spirit…

    Psalm 39:1
    To the chief Musician, even to Jeduthun, A Psalm of David. I said, I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not with my tongue: I will keep my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me.

    James 1:19
    Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:
    LEARN TO BE SOBER AT TIMES

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