The Bahati lawmaker was given a new definition of what it means to be sent to the National Assembly as a people’s representative.
While visiting his constituency, located in the northern part of Mansa in Luapula Province, Charles Chalwe was accosted by his constituents, who accused him of being stingy and not sharing the proceeds he gets as an MP with them.
But the encounter with his constituents did not end there. They
later followed it up with a beating when their demands for him to give them K50,000 could not be met.
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A video of Engen petrol attendants beating up a white man has gone viral on social media due to some racial remarks exchanged during a fiscal.
The video has caused a lot of reaction from social media users…Watch the video here