TODAY’S TEXT MESSAGES

SOS workers send SOS

Editor,

Can someone in Government intervene in the manner SOS Children’s Village is managing the affairs of workers. Our salaries have never known an increment over the years. No unionism is tolerated and the board seems to work in collusion with top management to ignore calls for salary adjustments for their own benefit. The truth is workers are in great economic quagmire, thereby rendering employees destitute. If PF is a listening government, listen to us and act judiciously.

Disappointed employee.

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Who are these ‘defectors’?  

Editor,

I think our friends in UPND have run out of ideas. These reported defections, how true are they? The UNPD leadership just like any intelligent Zambian know that the PF has no membership cards. How then do they know that the people they are receiving are from PF? Anyway strange things happen in UPND, let’s just wait for August 11.

Micky, Lusaka

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No blood please

Editor,

One does not need to spill blood to win an election because elections come and go; leadership comes from God and those planning to harm fellow Zambians will soon be brought to book. I appealed to youths to refuse to be used by selfish politicians.

Danny street vendors, Kulima Tower

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Beware of politicians

Editor,

I wish to caution and advise my fellow youths not to be used by greedy politicians because a of them have homes and fat bank accounts within and outside the country. These politicians can easily run away in case of anything but fellow youths will have nowhere to run to.

Concerned citizen.

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Paramount Chief Mpezeni and UP

Editor,

‘‘I don’t support UPND, says Mpezeni’’ in Sunday Daily Nation. We have a big problem in this country because media houses have their agendas. What made our Paramount Chief to say those words was the advice he was given by his indunas because the chief kept on flashing the UPND party symbol while the President was present at the ceremony. Even the speech read for him could tell.

Wamundila Libuku.

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Open our universities

Editor,

I have a girl studying at CBU and two boys at UNZA. What really hurts us as parents is that just when we are given hope of our children going back to school even by rumours, we read about individuals within the university community threatening to sue the Government over the closures. What is wrong with these people? Surely how long does this man think it is going to take him to win this case so that we have our children going back to school? Can they please find something else to do? Our plea as parents is for Government to feel pity on us and open the two schools. 

Mukuka Chilufya, Chambishi Mine township.

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Kamanga a coward?

Editor,

Much as some people want change at FAZ, I don’t think Kamanga is the right man for the position. He exhibited cowardice when he left Kabwe Warriors at a time the team needed him most. He failed to demonstrate his business acumen at Warriors.

Sampa, Kitwe

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N’cwala violence doubtful

Editor,

I wish to express my displeasure on the purported ‘violence claims’ at N’chwala ceremony by UPND party chairperson for information and publicity, Mr. Charles Kakoma. It is unfortunate for a person in his position to mislead the nation like that. There were so many media houses even those that report in UPND’s favour. Why didn’t they capture the same violence? None of the people at the ceremony wore their party regalia, to say maybe they provoked the other. I wish to advise Mr. Kakoma not to mislead the nation if he has no facts or have nothing to tell the people.

LB

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