An industrialist writes: I don’t agree with Chishimba Kambwili’s vulgar language but I see sense when he referred to Edgar Lungu as akakunkubiti (useless empty vessel).
Textile industry is not like looking for a tavern and go and order beer then start selling. Even when you have plant and equipment you first need to have a steady supply of cotton but so far this is the same Edgar Lungu who has messed up agriculture.
At its peak, Mulungushi textiles ran an out grower scheme, where cotton seed and other inputs were supplied to farmers who later provided the grown cotton to Mulungushi while the company supplemented this with outsourced purchases from commercial farmers. Lungu is indeed a kakunkubiti and must just concentrate on dancing dununa reverse on Mumbi Phiri.