Music act B-Flow who has in the past few days caused political commotion on social media has today confirmed being invited to state house to air outs views affecting youths in the country.
This follows images seen by ZED GOSSIP, which have gone viral on social media showing B-Flow posing for a picture with president Edgar Lungu’s press aide Isaac Chipampe,
presidential advisor for political affairs Chris Zumani Zimba and Lusaka province minister Bowman Lusambo.
But contrary to what has been said online so far, B-Flow has disclosed that the meeting was fruitful in that he was given a chance to just express himself on behalf of other youths following his remarks about the PF Government which sparked a dazzling debate on social media.
“Today State House invited me for a meeting with the Presidential Press Aide Mr Isaac Chipampe and the Political Advisor Mr Chris Zumani Zimba in order for them 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. 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” he said.
Meanwhile, B-Flow says he is greatly humbled and inspired by the support and counsel that he has received and continue to receive from his fellow youths during the recent and ongoing discussions on important national matters.
“I’m also grateful to the many senior citizens that have offered guidance and support towards the critical issues that we have been raising as youths” he said.
Lusaka province minister Bowman Lusambo, had recently given Bflow 24hrs altimatum to apologize for allegedly attacking the presidency. But Bflow in a video refused to bow to Lusambo stating that he stood with the “disgrunted youths” in the country whose voices needed to be heard.