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Dr Manda will be greatly missed

Editor,

Dr. Manda inspired many of us, for he worked hard not for money but because he understood the concept of serving at the divine gate of God. Father receive his soul, spirit and comfort us all with the family as we celebrate his years lived on this earth. To Hebert Dazo of radio 4 please look around for another medical doctor to continue with the great programme. May God bless and unite  us in our lovely, peaceful nation called Zambia.

Pastor Prince M. Kabala, Lusaka

 

 

Greedy NGOs condemned

Editor,

Today these educated politicians are using uneducated people to gain more wealth for their families. Why some NGOs are buying flats at the same time they are against the Government of the day?

A. Lungu, Ndola

 

 

Govt should help find maize

markets for rural farmers

Editor,

Honorable Given Lubinda, I will advise you not to put a limit on the amount of maize which the FRA will buy from farmers. You must guarantee a market for the poor farmers by buying the maize and then export the surplus to nations experiencing maize deficits such as Malawi, Zimbabwe and DR Congo. Not doing so will cost you politically.

Jones, Kafue

 

 

 

The unemployment issue is real  

Editor,

We are told by Police Commissioner Charity Katanga that about 10,000 youths applied to become police officers. Now can’t the Government realize that the unemployment issue is something they should look at seriously?, They promised youths jobs and more money but up to this time there is nothing. Youths when voting next time vote wisely and do not be influenced by friends and don’t forget the problems you are now facing.

Chibwe H, Lusaka

 

 

 

 

President Lungu meant well

Editor,

“Wako ni wako”, the context in which the President said it, has nothing tribal but merely implying PF family, him as the father better suited to unite the children unlike bringing an outsider in the ring.

Khan.

 

 

 

Put God in front of all national activities

Editor,

Out of all we do on earth, our words spoken behind our friends produce fear of looking at the lifeless body during body viewing stage which is the last face to closed eye contact. Shall we be real in planting seeds into the hearts of others? We all need to be respected; we are family, leaders, church, national or leaders of individual pathways to the land of success and prosperity. Let us pray that God be able to turn our weakness into strength, also remove pride from our hearts by planting his nature in us.

Pastor Prince M. Kabala, Lusaka

 

 

 

PF will win 2016 elections

Editor,

Winning three constituencies by PF was not easy. This shows that come 2016 they will win. We are tired now of changing governments. Let us learn from our friends like Botswana, Tanzania and Angola. There has been no change of Government like here in Zambia.

A. Lungu, Ndola

 

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