Guy Scott is bitter, ungrateful

 

THE continued attacks on President Edgar Lungu by the former vice president Dr Guy Scott is not only a sign of bitterness and jealousy but also shows that the man does not have any trace of honesty in him considering that the PF of Edgar Lungu has tried its best to accord him the respect as its former vice president.

Instead of returning the honour and the respect that he has been given, he has become big-headed to think that PF is pleading him.

How childish! Under normal circumstances, when one is growing old as it is the case with him, he or she tends to be sober and grow in levels of honesty but what we are seeing in Guy Scott is very sad.

The man is showing bankruptcy in wisdom and honesty. To some of us who have followed his political life closely, we know that the man gravitates from being a political joke to being politically naive.

For those who did not know, Dr Guy Scott did not campaign for Edgar Lungu in the January presidential elections. He supported HH.

Dr Scott even went to the extent of instructing DCs to ensure that HH was given the support he needed instead of supporting the PF candidate Edgar Lungu then.

For the mighty PF, let me commend all the members who are involved in mobilisation for the good work, particularly Austin Liato and the entire team, Kelvin Bwalya Fube and his team, Joe Malanji, Lubusha and Longwe and their teams and many others not forgetting the media team led by Frank Bwalya.

They are doing a noble cause of promoting the PF legacy of infrastructure development, energy investment and diversification policies through agriculture and tourism.

They should know that their reward will not come from President Edgar Lungu but from God that chose and ordained him to serve the people of Zambia.

They must go on growing the party so that the PF wins the elections in the first round and ensure that the cartel does not threaten the peace that we have enjoyed for 51 years.

Enock chulu,

Lusaka.

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Stop political cadres from wearing military attire

Editor,

The call by the Republican President Edgar Lungu for dialogue to end political violence is likely to produce no positive results because UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema is not willing to stop his cadres from wearing military attire in public places.

HH is forgetting that the culture of violence that he is inculcating in youths would backfire if he was elected president.

These youths would want to continue with their combatant behaviour, something that can slip into civil strife.

I don’t know why HH likes being escorted by fierce-looking guards; is it because he wants to carry an air of importance?

Genuine leaders don’t fear their people. Look at President Edgar Lungu; he is always free to interact with everyone including children.

How can HH listen to people’s concerns and aspirations if he is always shielded by his thugs?

This is another area where Edgar Lungu beats him hands down. Edgar Lungu knows that without an ordinary Zambian, the Office of the President becomes irrelevant.

I am appealing to security personnel to immediately start enforcing the law against the wearing of military attire by  civilians.

The defence forces must not take this lightly, they should realise that youths in military attire have the appetite to engage in violence.

Concerned Zambian

Lusaka

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Burning of police stations political

Editor,

I have said it before on my Facebook for the police to work round the clock and leave no stone unturned during this election year because the cartel and the opposition will stop at nothing until they bring down the Edgar Lungu regime.

The numerous crimes we have seen in George compound and the burning of Mwembeshi police station are being orchestrated by some opposition political leaders to discredit the PF government.

I said recently that if the PF leadership is not vigilant and alert they would not know at the end of the day what has hit them.

To remove certain parts of the body in suspected ritual murders is a plan to fool the people of Zambia so that people involved can distance themselves from being suspected as being behind the crimes which they want to use to gain political power at any cost knowing that time is not with them.

You will later agree with me that the Black Mamba era will not be anything compared to what the country is going to see or face if the security wings continue to sleep, like Hon. Chishimba Kambwili has said.

The crimes we are seeing are not normal but created to win power by those that are so desperate to save their own skins and for others to avoid an embarrassing defeat.

Bryan F. Nkamba – Lusaka

Former diplomat to Germany

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