UNIP officials accused of selling party properties in Petauke and Lundazi

Suspended UNIP officials in Eastern Province have accused their provincial chairperson, Donald Sakala of selling party properties.
Provincial Trustee Pearson Mtonga and Chipata District Secretary Mathews Tembo have told Breeze News that Mr. Sakala and his group have sold properties in Lundazi and Petauke districts.
Mr. Mtonga charged that Mr. Sakala is new in UNIP adding that the founder members are totally against the sale of party properties in the province.
Mr Tembo also alleged that his group was suspended for being against the sale of plot number 2310 at Saturday Market and accused Mr Sakala of abusing the money from other properties sold in Lundazi and Petauke districts.
But when contacted for comment, Mr. Sakala denied the allegations stating that he has not sold any UNIP property.
Mr. Sakala says that the suspended officials should exculpate themselves from charges levelled against them than coming up with lies.
The trio who include Chipata District vice chairperson, James Mwale have been suspended for gross indiscipline, betrayal, disrespecting leaders and not following party procedures.

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