TODAY’S LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Prosecute the Post for forgery

Reading the editorial on the letter published in the Post Newspaper purporting to have been written by special assistant to the President for press and public relations Amos Chanda as a forgery titled.

‘National Security’, (Daily Nation, February 26, 2016), I could not fail to smell the filth surrounding the Post Newspaper’s irredeemable impunity when it comes to forgeries and leakages of state secret documents. This Timor saga is murky and stinks to the hilt. The wrong impression being created by the Post Newspaper and its cohorts is that the PF government through Timor, seemingly employed by State House would manipulate and rig the 2016 polls.

Even though the Timor document is a forgery and yet like all past state secret leakages, fabrications and forgeries by the PostNewspaper, it is bound to pass without any action from the investigative wings. Can this profound inaction be denied by the police, ACC or DEC mandarins? I doubt.

If  law-abiding PF supporters had their way, people like Fred M’membe would be in prison for his crimes of irredeemable impunity but he seems to believe that he’s protected by the freedom of expression façade. And frankly, he gets their blood boiling each time he publishes state secret document leakages, fabrications and forgeries.

What he forgets is that PF members are quite capable of deciding when to take him on.

Allowing efforts to ensure justice to be denigrated poses serious national security risks for ordinary people across Zambia. The peace-loving Zambians expect the opposition political leaders and journalists from the private media houses to be on their side, and on the side of justice.

The newly found Fred M’membe and Hakainde Hichilema camaraderie is up to no good for our country Zambia. It is an incubator for chaos and anarchy in the country. Frankly, it is also a danger to peace and national security.

The special assistant to the President for press and public relations ought to protest through deeds and not words. The Post Newspaper scribes have taken him for granted for far too long.

Mubanga Luchembe,

LUSAKA.

 

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Retired teachers in School houses

Teachers compound of most Secondary and Primary Schools greets you with a house accommodated by a retired teacher or headteacher.  A good example is Munali Secondary Schools and Kabulonga Secondary Schools,where you find teachers who retired 24 years ago still occupying a school house,despite government paying them their dues.

Another situation that needs the attention of government is to send inspectors to check who is occupying these because most of them are not even teachers and getting housing allowances despite being accommodated.

Save government money visit these schools do on the spot check and see for yourselves.

These Schools have not been spared by thieves who happen to be Children of these retired teachers.

Concerned Zambian

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