By Watchdog reporter

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni must apologise to Zambians, according to the opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema.

The opposition leader popularly known as HH has demanded that Mr Museveni should apologise to Zambians for saying that Zambian polls which are being challenged in courts of law, were free and fair.

The opposition leader Hichilema said Museveni was out of order for commenting on Zambian affairs since Zambia was a sovereign state with its own laws.

They said he does not have to comment on the country’s political situation.

Hichilema said the election results are being challenged in the courts and Museveni’s comments are tantamount to contempt of court.

The opposition leader has therefore called upon the Ugandan high commission to offer a public apology on behalf of President Museveni.

Museveni advised Zambian opposition to stop fanning violence and accept the elections results.

However, Mr Hichilema said the Ugandan President’s advice was uncalled for and added that his style of leadership in Kampala was detrimental to development.

 

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