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MEALIE MEAL PRICE

Editor,

Please why can’t people like Frank Bwalya and Mumbi Phiri challenge the price of mealie meal and help us the poor. We are tired of political comments.

Heiz Munene, Solwezi

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Where have we gone wrong?

Editor,

Could the Registrar of societies tell us how many political parties exist in Zambia? Why is it that only UPND causes trouble to the government of the day. No one has given it votes as at now. Please delete it from this year’s election and blacklist entire top brass.

Khan, Mazabuka

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Church and violence

Editor,

Am wondering which church body is saddened by political violence in Zambia.

The church has seen the violence but have NEVER made an effort to see President Edgar Lungu over the same. My question is who is going to stop this violence? In Africa we wait until its very late or until the elections pass. Many of our pastors and priest, like cadres are looking for money during this period. The Zambian church is corrupt.

 Concerned citizen

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Law must prevail

Editor,

Let the law prevails otherwise citizens will be victims of militia groups. Why have them in the first place? UPND want to win by all means. Plot one is never entered using back doors.

Mulimbe.

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Mushindamo cut off

Editor,

May I know if Solwezi-Mushindamo via Kipushi border post if those people are in Congo. It is almost two weeks that the newly Mushindamo district has being cut off due to the bad road. Trucks going to the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo have blocked the  way. Mushindamo Girls Technical schools  is also affected. I am asking for quick Government response.

Geoffrey Munene , Solwezi

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Why delay our licences (renewal).

Editor,

I paid K277.00 to renew a CE licence last year in August but alas, todate March nothing has materialized. I say so because I have lost my salary since my provisional licence for three months expired on 1st December, 2015. I want to caution RTSA to be efficient and  stop accusing drivers when a calamity  befalls to talk of being unlicenced due to RTSA’s ineptitude and  police’s appetite to raise money from operators on cheaper issues  like contravening traffic rules.

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Reader cautions Kakoma

Editor,

UPND spokesman Charles Kakoma is a very lousy joker. If Mr Kakoma didn’t know that threatening the President of any country  with violence is a serious crime, then I urge him to think again. Sit down and try to think what constitutes a  crime and the  word you have used. Many Zambians have said that violence will not make UPND win but the party seems not to take them seriously. Mr Kakoma let me say this: Do not be deceived by the crowds you see coming to your rallies. Don’t forget that such rallies have happened before. PF has already campaigned because of their infrastructure investment that they have embarked on since they came into power. Don’t forget this.

Micky, Lusaka

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 Responsible newspaper

Editor,

Zambia’s tabloid of the moment. A casual glance at the Zambian daily newspaper, shows clearly that the Daily Nation is a responsible paper, a paper that is slowly gaining popularity because of its truthfulness, objectiveness and unbiased coverage –  indeed, a paper to read. This  paper has made its name mainly due to lack of unwarranted  bitterness like we see in other sections of the  media. We are tired of  unchanging headlines from  January last year to date. What are those journalists fighting? Will they ever see positives in this  government? Sober unemotional and observant Zambians will judge.

Concerned Zambian

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