Todays Text messages

Debate issues to better

Zambia

Editor,

Each one of us has the right to belong to any party of our choice. Therefore, if a member of political party A chooses to join political party B, I see no reason why it should be an issue. Zambia being a democratic country we are free to belong to political parties of our choice. Let’s learn to debate issues that will improve the nation and not personalities.

W.N, Lusaka

 

 

Don’t take peace for

 granted

Editor,

My appeal to all well-meaning Zambians is that we need to live in peace and harmony. God has been good to this country. We have never had civil wars in this country. We should not take the peace we have in this country for granted otherwise we may lose it one day. 

James,

Lusaka

 

         Post is stealing from

 the public

Editor,

Please continue informing us accurately through your paper the Daily Nation. We always get balanced news worth reading unlike the Post which always reports lies and propaganda. No wonder it is not selling. How can they be increasing the price of the paper weekly? Government should do something; this is stealing.

Concerned

 

 

LCC should ban illegal bars in compounds

Editor,

The Lusaka City Council should do something urgently to stop the mushrooming of bars in compounds. I don’t think these bars have licenses and most of them have no running water and toilets. The other thing is that they open so early in the morning and playing loud music, this makes it difficult for our school going children to study. Can LCC do something before the situation before it becomes uncontrollable?

Concerned parent

 

 

 

Nawakwi has a mouth full of only insults

Editor,

Criticizing is not bad but it is the manner in which it is done. Madam Nawakwi should be careful in her selection of words when criticizing the Government. You may have good advice but the way this advice is given also matters. We need a strong opposition that will offer checks and balances to the PF Government. Who can get your advice after you insult them?

Maureen, Matero 

 

 

Criticise where it is

 necessary

Editor,

It’s through road infrastructure in every country that poverty is reduced. While our Government is busy carrying development projects, opposition politicians are also busy criticizing forgetting that it’s through these same roads where goods and food in particular pass. The people today drive swiftly for their campaigns without breakdowns. Come on Zambians criticize where necessary. Viva PF.

Mutale Kangwa, Lusaka

 

 

HH will never be

 president of Zambia

Editor,

So HH is plotting the downfall of UPND MPs serving in Government, according to Daily Nation of 10-10-15. Mr HH please why can’t you give the Government of the day a pat on the back for including opposition MPs in Government? That is why you cannot be president for all Zambians;bravo Edgar Lungu?

MJ, Lusaka

 

 

Some media houses up to no good

Editor,

It is a fact that some media bosses and some opposition leaders are sadists and economic saboteurs. The earlier our Government realizes the better for Zambia. These people cannot hold us hostage in our own country as if we don’t think to allow them to continue on the path of destroying our country with impunity in the name of freedom of speech.

Concerned citizen

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