UPND promises of terror and destruction

 Dear Editor,

The United Party For National Development (UPND) has threatened that it will throw the country into chaos should the ECZ go ahead with its intention to print the ballot papers in Dubai – Daily Nation, May 10th, 2016.

Seriously, why is the UPND day in day out promising terror and destruction of Zambia?

First it was HH promising Armageddon, then came Guy Scott promising havoc.

Now it’s their special adviser Douglas Syakalima promising a combo of mayhem and chaos.

Should we then conclude that the UPND has no idea on how to improve and better our lives if elected into office than resorting to fear and panic?

Mr Syakalima said ECZ should put the interest of the country first and not that of a political grouping.

In case he hasn’t noticed, UPND is also a political grouping.

And for him to say people’s anger can easily override the police, army and State security, to me that’s a wrong statement since their vice president, GBM, has rightly put it that UPND is spreading like bush fire and is unstoppable.

What he should say is that the UPND and its violent cadres will override the police.

As for me, my family and many meaningful Zambians, we say ‘no’ to being included on that list of people who will override State security and cause havoc, chaos or mayhem.

Long live peace…..long live mother Zambia.

 

Troy Mukupa

Maybe JCTR should change to JCPR

Dear Editor,

Allow me space in your favourite newspaper to say something about the conduct of some of our church organisations.

Top on the list is the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) whose manager Father Leonard Chiti is mystifying many Zambians with his utterances.

May be it is time his organisation changed its name to Jesuit Centre for Political Reflection (JCPR).

Surely can Fr Chiti stand question what PF has done for its citizens as if he has no eyes to see?

If he has no eyes to see the on-going road infrastructure development, the construction of health centres and new schools to mention but a few, then he should be the only stranger in Jerusalem.

Yes, the church has the right to say something about political issues in the country, but when its leaders choose to misinform the public then that becomes another issue.

I can bet my life: President Lungu is wining the August 11 elections, come what may.

The problems is people like Fr Chiti who only sit in high offices of Lusaka and mix with preferred politicians and start to comment on issues they may have little information on.

He should hear what people say about PF in rural areas where in fact the majority of voters are. Lungu is always on their lips.

For now I think Fr Chiti should concentrate on his works in the pulpit to help save the souls of people who will be celebrating Lungu’s victory.

Mark my words, Fr Chiti, nothing is going to stop Lungu from retaining his position because apart from serving the people of Zambia assiduously, he worships the true God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

May God bless you richly.

Leonard J. Mwanza

Chawama, Lusaka

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Vote for peaceful Rainbow Party

Dear Editor,

What happened on Sunday April 7 in Matero was totally uncalled for and I strongly condemn it in the strongest terms.

UPND and PF youths were fighting and causing violence in the area.

One thing they should know is that there is only one man to become a republican president in the end.

I am urging Zambians to seriously think of voting for Rainbow Party leader Wynter Kabimba and his party on August 11, 2016.

It is the only political party that will deliver to the people of Zambia.

 

Jimmy Chindongo

Matero Constituency

Youth Secretary

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Edith Nawakwi at it again

Dear Editor,

It did not come as a surprise for the FDD leader to abuse President Lungu yet again.

But what I know is that after the counting is done on August 11, Zambians will know who is ham-fisted between President Lungu and Edith Nawakwi.

It is becoming clearer that the many leaders in the opposition have nothing to offer to Zambians, hence their predisposition to insults.

August 11 is just round the corner and for Nawakwi to waste her time in calling President Lungu names is abominable because Edgar has not done any wrong to deserve that remark.

May be it is true that empty tins make a lot of noise after all.

Tenford Chansa

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