A presidential candidate in Zambia has left his interviewer speechless after he picked a phone call conversation while being interviewed.
Alex Malyokela of Poor People's Party not only perplexed viewers and social media users but also the person interviewing him after he picked a call live on air. The candidate looks forward to unseating the current president Edgar Lungu in the forthcoming elections.
Alex Malyokela was expressing his bidding opinion to the Zambian citizens when his phone rang. He without a doubt picked it up and started conversing leaving the interviewer without a word to say. However, the interviewer gained courage and started talking to make the session lively. Meanwhile, Malyokela was talking to his recipient before he informed of the live interview on television he was in.
This scenario has sparked great attention on social media users. Some have found it funny, and others have criticized the action." We are a nation of jokers instead of finding some bed space at Chainama ward we proudly giving him a platform to showcase his mental disorder," a frustrated user said. Here are some of the reactions.
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