TODAY’S TEXT MESSAGES

Can UPND leave ECZ alone!

Dear Editor,

It is all clear that the opposition has been thrown into serious panic about the likely outcome of the August 11 elections.

Now they have turned the printing of ballot of papers into a hot red-pepper issue all for nothing.

They have now realised that the electoral odds against them are immense and chances of outdoing President Lungu are almost non-existent.

For me really, the issue is not where the ballot papers are printed from because I know that they do not vote. It is the Zambians who vote and who matter most.

I don’t care if the ballot papers are printed in Choma, Monze or Shangombo. It is the marking on them when people queue up to choose their leaders what matters most. I know some opposition political parties are just full of arrogant, egoistic, ‘I-know-it-all’ leaders and awful mouths full of profane language. These can as well forget about August 11.

They are dangerous leaders who cannot take Zambia anywhere except into political and economic abyss. I can only remind them that Zambians have already proved to them that they are much smarter and know what these people in the opposition stand for, personal gain. Therefore, kindly leave the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) alone to do its work. Printing of ballot papers is not a decent justification for losing elections. You can do better than that.

Jay Kabemba

LUSAKA

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VJ, a disappointment

Editor,

I wish to express my disappointed with people like Vernon Mwaanga who think he is a champion in political matters. The problem is that he thinks he is still a political heavy weight. Yet, the opposite is true. I would urge him to emulate Kenneth Kaunda by being neutral.

Disappointed Zambian

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GBM’s behaviour appalling

Editor,

The character and behavior of the UPND vice president is a good example of the poor leadership quality we have in the country.  Zambians should be careful with all leaders who behave like GBM.

Danny Street vendor,

 Kulima Tower

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Ndola City Council, not caring

Editor,

Allow me to express my disappointment at the way things are being run by Ndola City Council. Is it in order for the council to spend so much money on buying luxurious fleet Ford Rangers for its directors at the expense of retirees and other areas of attention? Whose benefit are those vehicles serving?

Council retiree

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Enhance security in compounds

Editor,

I am appealing to the government to jail all those involved in ritual killings and deport unpatriotic foreigners if they are involved. Additionally, authorise neighborhood watch groups to enhance security.

Concerned Zambian

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Economy not doing well

Editor,

Permit me to express my views on the state of our economy. It is regrettable that the economy of Zambia is not growing favourably. No expanded economic activities despite government’s huge borrowing. This will merely create problems for the youths. The future of my fellow youths is bleak. As a result of huge borrowing activities by the current national administration, the economy is shrinking and I don’t know how we, the future generation, will be able to pay back these debts.

Chitamuka Joel

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Lifting of Mazhandu, Wada Chovu ban, baffling

Editor,

Whatever presentation was made to Transport Minister Hon. Simbao by Mazhandu Family Bus services and Wada Chovu, he should not have been persuaded to lift the suspension of their operating licences too soon. If anything the two companies have been responsible for the deaths of many people on our roads. This is a slap in RTSA’s face and indeed the families of those who have lost their loved ones over the years.

Sampa, Kitwe

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Don’t blame innocent foreigners

Editor,

Can Rwandese start killing us Zambians? These people went through a lot of difficulties in Rwanda during that infamous genocide. Can they start killing us here? I don’t think so. May God of Abraham expose those true murderers who have hidden behind these innocent foreigners? Remember what the Bible says about aliens.

Concerned citizens

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Can Dar Farms act on this road?

Editor,

Mwembeshi Road running into Katanga Road near Dar Farms is in bad shape. It requires urgent attention. Dar farms should be responsible enough to mend pot holes at their premises by just collecting rubble and drop it there. They don’t need to wait for government to do that because they should be patriotic enough as a business entity. RTSA should also move in and remove all Dar Farms trucks parked along the road.

D.K, Lusaka

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