I was invited to State House and I spoke without fear – BFlow
MUSICIAN Brian Bwembya aka BFlow says he was invited to a meeting at State House this morning where he met President Edgar Lungu’s aides and spoke with them without fear or favor.
In statement afterwards, BFlow said he met President Lungu’s special assistant for press and public relations Isaac Chipampe as well as political advisor Zumani Zimba because they wanted to “get a clear picture of the issues that youths like myself are raising.”
“I clearly made my submissions without fear or favor and they were well noted,” BFlow stated.
“After we concluded our meeting, the President’s political advisor invited Lusaka Provincial Minister Hon Bowman Lusambo who was also at State House for another meeting in order for me to express my concerns to him regarding his recent remarks which were injurious to me. It was cordial and of mutual respect, a platform at which I was assured of government’s respect for our freedom of expression,” BFlow stated further.
There has been no statement from State House concerning BFlow’s invite so far.