Opposition leaders have
President Lungu is the only political leader who is urging us Zambians not to lose sight of our commitment to God despite the economic hardships that the country is currently undergoing.
I have never heard Hakainde, Nawakwi, and Nevers Mumba who calls himself a pastor count on God publicly to solve our ills. These men and women are puffed up with pride, egotism, they are egocentric and full of themselves to trust in God to liberate our country.
Enock Mukosha, Kitwe.
KCM assurance most welcome
It is good that Konkola Copper Mines says it will not close its operations in Zambia despite suffering a loss of income of USD 2 million a month due to low copper price. But this doesn’t please the likes of Hakainde Hichilema, Fred M’membe and GBM. These men would be happy to see many job losses on the Copperbelt so that Edgar Lungu is voted out and they are voted in. It is very likely Hakainde is blaming God for bringing rains because that would end load shedding. How selfish?
Children should not play in water like Lake Kariba
Parents should not allow small children play around water. It is enough to break the heart of the lion to hear that two boys aged 11 and 12, who were grade four and five pupils at Namumu Primary school in Saivonga drowned in Lake Kariba while swimming.
Shakafuswa hit the nail on the head
I would like to second UPND Katuba MP by advising opposition politicians who have solutions to the governance of the country to provide them other than criticize and insult. If all opposition politicians think like Jonas Shakafuswa we would soon see a better Zambia. It is time to work with Government by providing solutions to serve the people they claim to love unlike keeping ideas to themselves until the situation worsens. Keep it up Katuba law maker. I salute you Sir.
Lawrence Tembo, Lusaka.
Govt lifting of ban on importation of edible oils disappointing
The lifting of the ban by the Government to importing cooking oil cannot go without comment, because such inconsistencies in policy have great potential in scaring investor confidence. Ministers should stop making such decisions and always engage the technocrats when it comes to policy in the various ministries.
Limpo Situmbeko, Ndola
Ndola City Council should probe
illegal land allocation
Can the Ndola City council do something about this man by who has been arrested on two occasions for illegally allocating plots and released from police custody? He was found with all sorts of plans/maps, letters of offer but he was surprisingly released. Whose interest is he serving? Why is it that every time he is arrested, he is released from custody?
Kalyuni MM, Ndola.