MICHAEL Kaingu on Saturday told Livingstone MMD members that he will soon bring fish and cabbages on the streets.
And Kaingu says he foresees the Patriotic Front government resigning.
Addressing a meeting at Victoria Hall on Saturday, Kaingu who is MMD vice-president – political, said he would also become a street vendor, selling cabbage and dry fish from Mwandi (his constituency).
He mocked tourism and arts minister Sylvia Masebo that she had failed to even remove vendors from the streets.
Kaingu said street vendors should refuse to leave the streets.
“I shall soon bring fish and cabbages on the streets,” he said.
And Kaingu said he supported MMD president Nevers Mumba’s stance that the opposition would shoot down the budget if the PF continued to behave in an unconstitutional manner.
“If they continue not allowing us to hold meetings and behaving in an unconstitutional manner, we shall shoot down that budget. If President Sata continues to be so undemocratic, we will shoot the budget so that we can go for general elections,” Kaingu said.