Lets pray for peaceful elections

Editor,

The political leaders like HH who are predicting Armageddon during the August 11th elections should not be taken lightly. Zambia is a Christian nation and does not deserve such kind of evil things. I would, therefore, like to appeal to President Lungu to  re-schedule the day of national prayers and fasting to 6th August 2016. The reason for re-scheduling is to pray to our Almighty God to guide us and have peaceful elections.

DC, Lusaka

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Zambia Police need human rights education

Editor,

I would like to appeal to the Zambia Police command to be taking their officers for refresher courses in human rights and criminal law. I noticed in the 10 days that I was detained at Solwezi Central police and later remanded at the local prison that suspects were tortured, leaving them with permanent injuries and many were detained for as long as 14 days. Some people are remanded  for months over civil matters involving debts and failure to pay rent, which is causing congestion in our correctional facilities.

Limpo Situmbeko

Ndola

 

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Meanwoods Kwamwena road needs attention

Editor,

I reiterate text message published on 27th April, 2016. We the residents of Meanwood’s Kwamwena area seek support of our President over the state of our roads which are so poor and impassable especially during the rainy season. In winter the area becomes dusty, resulting in many people being sick and cough most of the time. We place our trust in you, sir, to come to our aid.

Concerned Resident

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Petauke retirees cry to Lungu

Editor,

We, former workers in Petauke who retired in 2014, appeal to our listening PF government and President Edgar Lungu to promptly pay us our hard earned retirement benefits. These range from lump sums, terminal leave benefits, settling and repatriation allowances as we served and contributed diligently to national development in our chosen careers. Please pay us our dues before we die, just as you have done to marketeers and former footballers. We are also vulnerable.

Concerned Retiree

Petauke

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The menace of early marriages

Editor,

Young women are being forced to get married at a tender age. May the Government do something. Even in towns like Lusaka’s Garden House this problem is rampant. We thought that early marriages were only practised in rural areas but this time around it is taking place even in urban centres where it has become rampant.

Clement Mudenda

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Kabimba is next president

Editor,

This year 2016 is a Rainbow Party year; Wynter, never give up. God has set a time for you to be a president. Go, go Wynter Kabimba.

Chuubi, Lusaka

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Muf Wanderers should jack up standards

Editor,

Mighty’ Mufulira Wanderers performance in the match against Zanaco on 2nd Mary, 2016, was very uncoordinated; The appearance of the playing surface was bad. The ground was not slashed with a lawnmower and watering was done just hours before kick-off.

Disappointed soccer lover, Lusaka

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