‘Sata should seek God and peace with Zambians before he dies’

Dear Editor,
Greetings to you and your readers in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! From our eyes of faith, it is becoming clear that our dear President Michael Sata is very sick. Therefore, he is not capable of running the country. There is no way he can rule from his sick bed. I therefore call upon Michael to formally transfer power to Vice-President Guy Scott.
However, the main purpose of writing to you the most widely ready online publication in Zambia is to enable many Zambian people to bear witness to our faith filled invitation to Michael to resign and repent. Without judging Michael, he has lived a big chunk of his life sinning against God, himself and the Zambian people.
At this moment when he is sick, we are concerned about his standing with God, himself and the Zambian people. Michael is the most detested president we have ever had. We feel it is high time he recognised his evil activities as sins, to be remorseful and amend for his sins and if possible confess to God, himself and the Zambian people he has injured in many ways. Michael should make amends for sinning against God, himself and the Zambian people while the sun is shining. His evils or sins include:
  1. Promoting tribalism and nepotism: favouring Bembas and relatives in his appointments respectively;
  2. Hating other tribes especially North Westerners, Westerners and Southerners;
  3. Lying to the Zambia people through his deceitful 2011 election campaign promises;
  4. Ordering the army to shoot some Lozis in Barotseland;
  5. Transferring the Road Development Agency (RDA) to State House, building his retirement house, increasing his salary by 100%, allocating Kaseba’s ‘office’ K1.5 billion, and other constitutional related sins;
  6. Protecting corrupt people the likes of Kabimba, Mwamba, Nchito and M’membe who owe us K27 Billion;
  7. Witch hunting in the name of fighting corruption to an extent of using proscribed means to remove RB’s immunity;
  8. Unnecessarily arresting of opposition leaders;
  9. Treating others with disrespect such as mocking the sick; Mwanawasa, Mazoka, Kunda, and others;
  10. Abusing people’s inalienable fundamental rights;
  11. His fall from both the Christian and Catholic faith to embrace Satanism and sacrificing innocent Zambian souls through accidents;
  12. Lack of diplomacy;
  13. Thuggery;
  14. Womanising;
  15. Lack of a vision for the future of Zambia;
  16. Betrayal of Africans during the liberation struggle; and many other evils.
At this time when Michael is very sick, he should see the need for peace with God, himself and the Zambian people as a must to achieve. Through his intellect and moral conscience, he should recognise the evils he has committed as sins. For example, Michael should see his hatred for other tribes not only as a crime but also as a sin against others and a violation of God’s demands of us to love our neighbours. He should realise that such acts are part of deeper patterns of relatedness and that they are motivated by some of the most profound and darkest elements in our being.
In the evenings of Michael’s life, we invite him to a table of ‘remorse’, a feeling of regret, of failure to maintain good standards in his life especially as republican president. He may be very sick, but that is not time for him to feel lost or trapped or despair at his own sinfulness because God forgives those who are remorseful. This is the right time for Michael to realise that his political conduct alienated him from God and his own deepest spiritual roots, of having abandoned his own inner values and offended so many people.
It is time for Michael to desist from evil. We are not inviting him to a moral-intellectual analysis but to an action. Let Michael cease from sin against God and Zambians, desist from the patterns of evil actions to which he has become addicted even in sickness. Let him consciously repress thoughts and fantasies about his evil activities, and make a firm commitment to live a good life. What will it profit him to breathe his last breath in sin for the sake of clinging to power?
Out of our Lord’s unlimited goodness we invite Michael to take his evenings of his life to engage in restitution. Let him make good, as best he can, for any damage done to himself and other people. Let him pay compensation for the damages he has caused to the presidency and nation’s reputations. He must attempt to correct the injury to all those he has offended in his life as soon as possible!
For this countrymen and women, we invite Michael to confess his evil activities. Let him confess his sins at his proper moments in his prayer time. We invite him to personal confession which requires individual confession before God. He should be more specific in his personal confession for he has sinned not against God, himself but against many Zambians especially for dividing the country on tribal lines. Let Michael be a humble ‘penitent’ while the sun is still shunning.
We pray that Michael will take these moments when he is very sick to discover the evil he has committed and a resolution to forsake all his evil life. He needs a change of mind of a very deep and practical character, which makes a person to love what once he hated, and hate what once he loved.
Our last call to Michael is to repent and remit his sins now. Now is the appropriate time and we claim this opportune time in Jesus might name! As long as Michael remains obstinate and without remorse, God will not forgive him. Only when Michael confesses his sins and turns to God, will he be pardoned and reconciled.
Michael needs repentance, a real inner change. The word of God actually means a change of mind and heart. Yet this inner conversion shows itself outwardly. Genuine sorrow for offending God and the Zambian people through lies and oppression should be expressed in prayer and fasting by Michael.
This is the only way Michael’s life will be transformed and become generous and kind, just and true in his dealings not only with Bembas but with all tribes. These are the “fruits of repentance” that John the Baptist spoke about (Luke 3:7-14) – the result and proof of true conversion.
Let Michael resign and spend his evening of his life making reparation for his sins against God, himself and the people of Zambia he has injured so much.
The day each one of us leaves this world, let us make it a must to leave it in peace with God, ourselves and others!
God bless you all. Amen!
Pastor David Mupango Snr
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103 Responses to "‘Sata should seek God and peace with Zambians before he dies’"

  1. prayer general   March 22, 2013 at 14:00

    God shall never be mocked.can mmembe do me the honuors by reading PSALM 2v1 and4.JEHOVA created chess ;the wood is the Lords even the marble or glass one you are using all are his my brother.woe unto anyone who challenges him.

  2. prayer general   March 22, 2013 at 13:41

    i did pray one time he went to india without any prejudice my country men you will never believe the extent this president went in vodoo .those who don’t believe just ask God to open yo eyes at nite.i realy pray that he repents coz all is vanity.the devil is an old old old liar .madam christine call charismatic priests to pray .

  3. chileshe   March 22, 2013 at 13:18

    fellow country men and women, we are only human and no more. Jesus would only say, “do unto others what you would like them to do unto you.” if you take Jesus to be Lord, mind your words. there is more to life than hate and revenge. if you cannot love and forgive, you are better of being quiet. illness will come to all regardless, and finally we will all be dead. no two ways about it. there is no need for celebrations on other people’s illness and misfortunes. wishing you all God’s blessings.

  4. Advocate   March 22, 2013 at 13:10

    Zambia will not be the same.Hatred has been deeply planted and has poisoned every sphere of society because of tribalism plainly exhibited by the current regime.A sorry development. indeed.

  5. Kamana Biemba   March 22, 2013 at 06:55

    A true man of God would not write such over another human being. God is love, He is compassionate and He forgives. These are mere allegations which need to be proved. Mr Sata could have committed some sins but my question is like Jesus said about the woman was caught commiting adultery “whoever has never sinned, let them be the first to throw stones at our President”.

    People of God let us learn to give chance to the PF government to rule, it is their time. Saying evil things against the goverment and in particular the Presisdent of a country isnt right for ourselves let alone for our beloved mother Zambia. I rest my case.

  6. EUSTY .M   March 21, 2013 at 20:48

    Tushimapepo twabufi imwe, bachoir mwapwisha.elyo mulesonta abanenu iminwa ata . judge not,thats what the bible says.Nomba iwe kaPASTOR taubelenga……

  7. EZRA   March 21, 2013 at 18:22

    judge not so that you are not judged. reflect on your words man of God, teach peace and forgiveness and not hatred, God is looking at you

  8. kangazu bezulu   March 21, 2013 at 08:39

    watch yo words coz u may be judged with same words

  9. Mailon   March 21, 2013 at 08:09

    false prophet…prophet of doom.

  10. Sosa bomfwe   March 20, 2013 at 21:49


    • Kapoli   March 21, 2013 at 08:31

      Sperm yabola yapanga iwe…rotten idiot!

  11. Sosa bomfwe   March 20, 2013 at 21:42


  12. Sosa bomfwe   March 20, 2013 at 21:33

    People there is personal loss and national loss. If Sata dies in sin it’s both personal loss (to Sata) and national loss to Zambia. Dont rejoice when a person dies in sin , because God never created us to be an inheritance of the divil but God himself. Who created you? If it’s the devil then you gain if Sata dies in sin but if it is God then it a loss. In as much as you enjoy blogging, be resposbible in your contributions. A fool shows more foolishness in secret. I pray that Sata reconciles with all those he has offended including RB. Then let God open his spiritual eyes and ears and realise the evil and hate that Membe, Kabimba, Mutembo have towards him. If God calls for his life let him fire them before he dies. BA CHRISTINE SATA THESE ARE THE MONSTERS EATING UP YOUR HUSBAND AND IN DIRE NEED OF REPLACING HIM UPON HIS DEATH. MICHAEL IS SMART AT TIMES SO IF THEY SEE THAT HE CAN MAKE INDIPENDENT DECISIONS THEY WILL KILL HIM. PLEASE DONT LET THEM CLOSE AND IMMEDIATELY STOP INTERNATIONAL TRIPS AND BE BY THE BEDSIDE. DONT TRUST KAUNDA EITHER AND CHELLA SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM STATE HOUSE. HE IS MEMBE’S BRAIN CHILD. HE THAT HAS EARS LET HIM/ HER HEAR.

  13. cbu   March 20, 2013 at 16:41

    sata has reached or crosed the line idon~t think he can repent,co z he is planing alot of sacrifices he is smaling embasy park he`s works wil folow him the devil wil rejoyce on that day,its our prayer that the country wil unity,catholics were are you with this evil going on and ka bwalya were are you a father with no interglite,some one above is wacthing you.

  14. NC   March 20, 2013 at 13:33

    Pastor, while I agree with u regarding the need for one to make peace, I sense a judgmental spirit and lack of grace in your admonition. Do u have proof that the accidents are sacrifices? Roads and other factors could be the cause. I think take a reflection on yourself as well; you could have a log in your eye while trying to take the spec from someone’s eye.

  15. DYAKAMA   March 20, 2013 at 12:31

    The tribalism heritage which Sata has was bestowed on Bemba’s by late Simon Kapwepwe. Read Anthony Mukwita’s article in the Bulletin magazine which extolled him soon after the 2011 Tripartite Elections.

  16. DYAKAMA   March 20, 2013 at 12:31

    The tribalism heritage which Sata has was bestowed on Bemba’s by late Simon Kapwepwe. Read Anthony Mukwita’s article in the Bulletin magazine which extolled him soon after the 2011 Tripartite Elections.

  17. steven simusanga   March 20, 2013 at 11:42

    mwana,you are not a man of God.you know were you belong,we are all sinners may God deliver.

  18. ascool   March 20, 2013 at 10:49

    God knows

  19. eva luna   March 20, 2013 at 09:35

    Yaaaa,ok ba pastor you are brave.sata repent before its too late,ask your niece pastor yvette to lead you to the lord.

  20. Cuundu Kubota   March 20, 2013 at 08:54

    God bless you Pastor. You are an Angel and Messenger of good will for Sata’s eternal life. Your words are spiritual. Non spiritual pipo will malign and scoff them because they are in the darkness.
    I pray that Zambians will feel for Sata the same way especaily for his soul. Many just look at what they can milk from his physical life and position today but not considering …’what will profit him to inherit the whole world and lose his own soul…’ Better REPENT and enter into righteousness than RIGIDITY and enter into CONDEMNATION!!!

  21. idiotic   March 20, 2013 at 07:51

    Is sata truely a satanist?
    Can someone pliz give more info and if it is so,then lucifer is slowly claiming his pay back dues from him.I understand he makes open pronouncements during cabinet meeting about his satanic alignment.Data Data please.

  22. uncircumcised william   March 20, 2013 at 07:49

    idiot pastor

    • COME2016   March 20, 2013 at 11:47

      william first go and be circumcised.2.Sata asked Levy to resign on medical grounds and now its him, i think our presdient has done alot of harm to the nation.its better he asks for forgiveness before its lat

  23. Koma   March 20, 2013 at 07:44

    Well written … Banvesese ! My only advice to SATA , let him turn to GOD and repent, and Consult GOD for wisdom to rule this country and stop consulting Devils in SANGOMAS.

  24. kango   March 20, 2013 at 07:39

    what an ildiot pastor full of ego. How can write such a useless mesge and charge someone in that manner when u are suppoesed to teach peace and forgiveness. Pastor of hunger and your poor church idiot!

  25. kcc   March 20, 2013 at 07:39

    leave the name of God out this. Those who truly Know God like John the baptist confronts kings and never fear death by hiding in medias such as watchdog and tumfweko.

  26. Zodiac   March 20, 2013 at 06:43

    he must realise he needs God before he crosses over to the other side of town.

  27. Namusunga   March 20, 2013 at 06:11

    Msana wazili dont use we just your self.

  28. Zambia   March 20, 2013 at 06:03

    Pastor of doom! AS if u have never sinned sleeping with ladies who are not your wifes! Foolish one

  29. Deep Thinker   March 20, 2013 at 05:58

    Amen Pastor. Very well put and I trully hope someone will bring this article to Michael’s attention. You have properly researched Michael’s transgressions which ordinarily should have been sufficient for him to be impeached and thereafter tried in a court of law.

  30. Zambia   March 20, 2013 at 05:57

    Let the one who has not sinned be the first to cast the stone of condemnation.

  31. PRAISE GOD   March 19, 2013 at 23:50

    I recall that the late Patrick Mwanawasa was led to the Lord by his uncle ambassador Leslie Mbula, quietly. You can also make an appointment with the President and introduce the gospel to him and if he accepts Christ, lead him. Many Christians of today were once led (gently) by humble approach by caring/loving Christians to Christ.
    Mixing such important issues with politics is not only calling judgement upon yourself but may only harden the heart of the President. As Christians let us pray for the President and those Christians who are close to him should help him to repent if they think he is ungodly.

    In John 3:3 the Lord Jesus Christ says, “I tell you the truth, no-one can see (enter the kingdom of God unless he is born again.”

    • Kay Hummer   March 20, 2013 at 17:16

      Well said!

    • Habeene   March 22, 2013 at 05:52

      You are hypocrites..you are self righteous. Reapent, you are all sinners. You see a speck in your friends eye, when you have a log in your eye. HYPOCRITES! you are worse than who ou think are sinners

  32. Kay   March 19, 2013 at 22:27

    Kill ka Fr Bwalya he is the one doing sacrifices of people instead of letting the president to repent.

  33. Mutale Chilufya   March 19, 2013 at 22:07

    How can he seek God? He exorcises every evening in state house and that is satanism.