I will not be silenced for speaking on behalf of the marginalized Zambians-B Flow
Musician, Brian Bwembya popularly known as B-flow has vowed not to apologize for speaking out on the oppression that Zambians are currently facing at the hands of foreign investors.
This follows a 24 hour ultimatum given to B-flow, Gospel Artist, Kings Malembe and Photographer, Chellah Tukuta by Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo for the trio to apologize for allegedly demeaning the presidency in their social media postings.
The trio have taken social media by storm after they openly issued their displeasure to President Edgar Lungu over the happenings in the country and the oppression that Zambians are going through at the hands of the Patriotic Front.
Mr. Bwembya says he will not be silenced for speaking on behalf of the marginalized Zambians and has instead demanded that Mr. Lusambo apologizes to him and the people of Zambia for infringing on their freedom of expression.
And Photographer, Chellah Tukuta has also refused to apologize while kings has apologized for not using the right platform to address the issues.