Today’s text messages

Why is NGOCC silent on wife beaters?

Editor,

Will hypocrisy ever end? Koffi Olomide beats his female dancer and NGOCC protests against him coming to Zambia and his contract is cancelled. A Zambian beater of wife and workers stands as a leader and there is total silence from the NGOCC. What is the difference morally? What type of hypocrisy is this? Is it all about money indeed? What a shame! B.K. Christian Kabwe

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UPND and their tactics of campaign

Editor,

It is shameful to see HH, GBM and the UPND wasting their time and money attacking Edgar Lungu who has so far moved developmental projects to all parts of Zambia. They are busy attacking our President as if he is the one who will vote for them! They have failed to convince us as to how they will source funds to fix the economy. HH will not fix the economy but rather privatize companies. There is also no doubt that behind their “we will fix it” there is another privatization to come. There will be no good roads because GBM already told us that once UPND forms government, they will abandon other road projects and use the money for other projects. Instead of them persuading people to vote for them, they are busy wasting time attacking Edgar Lungu and causing violence. Let us open our eyes and vote wisely.

Allan, Lusaka

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PF growing by leaps and bounds

Editor,

Allow me to congratulate all genuine PF members who have managed to sustain the party from its inception in 2001. As party members we are happy with its steady growth – 2001 we got one seat, 43 in 2006 and 79 in the last Parliament. As the only party in the country which has managed to sustain its growth for the past 15 years, the party is comfortably positioned to amass more than 110 parliamentary seats in this year’s election. Kudos to the hard working members such as President Lungu, Mr. Kambwili and others. Manda Christopher, Kitwe

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Old Helen Kaunda cry  to ZESCO

Editor,

We in Old Helen Kaunda township of Lusaka would like to appeal to ZESCO to give us a fair share of the load shedding like our neighbours in Kalingalinga, Kabulonga, New Helen Kaunda and Mtendere. The usual blackout of 17.00 hours to 21.00 hours or beyond in some cases is really not fair. Why not alternate? Resident

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 E-voucher system fails Kabwe farmers

Editor,

We are disappointed as farmers in Kabwe district over the e-Voucher system. From January when we deposited our required amounts of money to access inputs for the 2015 /2016 season, up to now nothing has come our way. We have lost hope in the system. We would like Government to revert to the old system because it was affordable.

Concerned farmer, Chaziya Daka, Kabwe

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President Lungu has favour from God

Editor,

When miners were retrenched, they celebrated saying this is the end of PF. But now things are looking better in the mines and Mopani Copper Mines has invested so much. The kwacha is also recovering and this shows that President Edgar Lungu has favor from God. Danny, street vendor

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Let’s examine our would-be civic leaders

Editor,

THE council vote is normally not taken seriously by many of the electorate. As time draws nearer for the August 11 elections, can we scrutinize our would-be civic leaders. These are the people nearest to the grassroots. They know our areas and almost every house too well. They know our needs in society. We live with them so they know our health, security, social and other daily concerns.  The Executive Mayoral vote is vital in all aspects. Let us vote for proper civic leaders and not those that will bring havoc in markets and bus stations. Aaron Simutowe, Lusaka

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 Yes, let HH talk about reducing price of beef

Editor,

Why is Hichilema not talking about reducing the price of beef? He is just talking about the price of mealie-meal. He does not want to talk about the price of beef because he has a lot of cattle and that may affect his business.

Street vendor.

 

 

 

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