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dearMonday
” Chief justice appointed rebuked by all …., too old….,judge used to sleep…“. Daily news.
Hmm.what? These fools.. Now who else ?no one to trust now

Tuesday
“Pusa summoned ….triumphatic return turns awry. ..Pusa refuses summons” …..Ezekiel cries foul ” daily news
Hmmm the music starts…it will be a hit. Kafupis case was nothing….

Wednesday
“And Pusa son put on trial….son forced pizza to sign….pusas Son case proceeds”. Daily news
Hmmm…what a family …a den of thieves…. bale chimona…

Thursday
“Copper output falls …CHA CHA CHA economic policy fails ….
Mines reduce production in 2012 ” economic news.
Hmmm..bufi..Production down…. but chameleon predicted I will follow sodom’s footsteps…how can it be …this needs my attention…this is disturbing for the first time in 8 years ..a drop…work of the enemy and I know…

Friday
“Bus kills 50 people….terrible accident happens …Bad road causes accident” Daily news
Hmm…very sad… I should build better roads… dual carriageways …what of railway line and my Air MUKWAI …too much to consider..kwaliba….

Saturday

“More quit from ngalu party..it is the work of the enemy Ezekiel mourns” “daily news
Hmm…eya.. come all ..great news..

Sunday
“Brownie future uncertain…still locked up in office” daily news
Hmmm..what can I do now…the chap is different from us and no one understands…except zonda…

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MMD Spokesperson Dora Siliya has urged the people of Mufulira and the entire Copperbelt to reject Patriotic Front Leader Michael Sata in this year’s general elections because he is a failure who failed to bring any meaningful development in the country when he served in various MMD government portfolios.
Speaking when she addressed heads of government departments, parastals organizations , NGOs and members of the Civil society, Ms Siliya said in 1992 when Mr Sata was Minister of Local Government and Housing, the Copperbelt recorded the worst cases of Cholera which demonstrated his lack of leadership qualities.
Ms Siliya who is also Education Minister cautioned the people of Mufulira not to entrust the PF leader with running affairs of the nation because he flip- talks and is also inconsistent on many national issues a tendency that would make take the country backwards in development.
She said Mr. Sata has changed goal posts on several national issues such as the Constitution making process and the windfall tax among other serious national issues.
The Education Minister further cautioned civil servants against engaging in politics saying those interested in politics should resign and join politics.
And addressing MMD members at Bufuke Women club Hall, Ms siliya appealed to the people to vote for credible leaders who will bring development to their area.
She said the PF MPs have failed to take development to their constituencies despite receiving huge sums of many through CDF and people have now resolved to vote for the MMD for them to experience real development.
She urged people not to base their voting on material and perishable things that they receive from politicians during campaigns.
Meanwhile Ms Siliya expressed confidence that the MMD will win this years elections on the Copperbelt because the people have tested the PF MPs leadership and are dissatisfied.
She said the PF MPs have failed to take development to their constituencies despite receiving huge sums of many through CDF and people have now resolved to vote for the MMD for them to experience real development.
She said the people have realized that the PF has no focus and plan to develop the country and that it is only the MMD that has a vision for this country.
ZANIS.

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Patriotic front leader Michael Sata has revealed that the patriotic front will ensure that it puts in place mechanisms that will prevent the MMD from rigging the elections.

PF leader Michael Sata says that the patriotic front will not allow the MMD to rig the elections in any way.

Mr. Sata says that the PF will among other this deploy a number of election monitors in most parts of the country.

Mr. Sata speaking today at the opening of the PF general conference in Kabwe stated that the PF is geared and ready for the election.

Mr. Sata has further called for democracy at the PF national convention.

And Mr. Sata has stated that the MMD government has failed to run the affairs of the country.

Mr. Sata says that says that Zambians should vote wisely as the date of the elections approaches./QFM

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By Zumani Katasefa

UPND vice-president Richard Kapita has said that his party will this year form the next government.
Speaking on Sunday when he addressed party officials in Kitwe, Mr Kapita said UPND was the only political party with the best manifesto.
“We have the best manifesto, and the best leader Hakainde Hichilema, so I am urging you all to go flat out and campaign for your party,” he said.

He also said that it was not true that the UPND has entered into a secret alliance with the MMD.
Mr Kapita told the party officials not to be enticed to join the MMD saying that the MMD was a finished party.

“We are aware that the MMD are giving out money, but if they buy you today, then you are destroying the future of young people because that money will not take you anywhere,” he said.

He promised that once the UPND forms government it would ensure that majority Zambians are employed.

Mr Kapita said currently many people in Zambia were not employed a situation he described as pathetic. /ENDS

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Republican President Rupiah Banda has distanced himself from the attacks on the Catholic Church by some MMD members and is sympathizers.

Speaking at the Lusaka International Airport today shortly before his departure for Namibia where he is expected to attend a SADC emergency meeting, President Banda said he will never attack the church regardless of their stance on various issues.

And President Banda has said his government will not be deterred from carrying out its developmental programmes by its critics.

He said this following Patriotic Front leader Michael Sata%u2019s claim that the recently commissioned K 1 trillion Urban Road Rehabilitation Programme is aimed at hoodwinking voters ahead of the forthcoming tripartite elections.

in a rare turn of events, President Banda became emotionally CHARGED WHEN he was asked by journalist to clarify on whether government ministers have been abusing public resources to carry out their trips across the country on MMD party duties.

The President said the ruling party has financed all the trips being undertaken by ministers and when asked further to explain why government vehicles are being used on MMD trips, President Banda warned journalists against taking advantage of his openness to the media and vowed not to answer any questions from journalists.

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PATRIOTIC Front (PF) leader Michael Sata has proved that he will be a danger to national security if entrusted with power to run the country going by his failure to uphold confidentiality in his own party.

Lusaka Province MMD task force spokesperson Chiwele Maimisa said it was not surprising that Mr Sata had been discovered by his own central committee members to cause confusion in the opposition party because the PF leader did the same way back during the days when he served as a constable in the colonial government in which he used to leak information leading to the arrest of Zambians.

And United Party for National Development (UPND) national youth chairperson, Joe Kalusa said Mr Sata was a danger to State security and should not be allowed to become Republican president after admitting that he had been personally leaking sensitive information against rival individuals in the country’s biggest opposition party.

On Wednesday, Mr Sata admitted that he had been leaking confidential information within the party’s central committee, saying he had been doing so to promote transparency.

Mr Sata also said he used to do the same when he was MMD national secretary.

Mr Maimisa said it was pleasing to note that Mr Sata had finally chosen to expose his true character of being a danger to national security and an untrustworthy person by admitting to leaking information which had in the end cracked his party hierarchy.

“It is not surprising that Mr Sata’s tricks have caught up with him because this is the man who used to report to the colonial masters every bit of information when others met to liberate the country.

“Zambians should be extremely careful with this man because the liberation he is talking about now may just mean taking the country back to his colonial masters going by the issues he went to advocate for during his recent trip to the United Kingdom,” he said.

Mr Maimisa said it was true that some PF Members of Parliament were currently disgruntled and were planning to leave the party, especially that Mr Sata did not seem to be set to go to the party national convention.

“In fact some MPs are now planning to petition the PF central committee to elect a person to be floated as a presidential candidate in this year’s elections because they feel Mr Sata is undemocratic and wants to continue imposing himself on the members,” Mr Maimisa said.

And Mr Kalusa said an opposition leader who admits having leaked information that is responsible for causing divisions among his leaders could plunge the country into chaos should he assume State power.

Mr Kalusa said even when UPND and PF ran the pact, Mr Sata leaked sensitive information to a private newspaper, a habit which showed lack of leadership skills. He warned Zambians that the country could degenerate into turmoil against other states should the PF leader become president.

He said Mr Sata should know that he would not become president of Zambia and that the challenge would only be between President Banda and UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema.

Mr Kalusa said the weaknesses that had exposed Mr Sata, including his support for homosexuality, should make the PF leader forget about becoming president of this country.

Mr Kalusa also said in his usual dictatorial way of running the party, Mr Sata whose party had failed to hold the national convention, recently appointed Rebby Chanda as PF Copperbelt provincial chairperson despite having been rejected by the PF members who attended the provincial conference in Mufulira, in preference for former Masaiti PF secretary Sturdy Mwale who had since been suspended for challenging Mr Sata’s preferred candidate and tribesman.

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