By Scoop Reporter
INTERNATIONAL award-winning Zambian photographer Chellah Tukuta says he will not be scared to speak for the poor as fear is not his portion.
Tukuta, who has just been released after paying a K5, 000 police bond in own recognizance following a plethora of charges slapped on him ranging from criminal libel to sexual harassment, has taken to social media to tell his followers he will not be intimidated.
He says while in custody, he has learnt how those in incarceration suffer and that he has come out too strong to fear anything, adding that the struggle for a better Zambia continues.
He wrote: “We shall not be scared to continue speaking for the poor people of this country. I have come too strong and fear is not my portion.
“While in custody I learnt how our brothers suffer and I shall speak for them. I was there for a purpose and that is to revive the voice of the voiceless. Viva mother Zambia, viva ba youth. Chalo chesu.”