Chaisa residents feeling state of emergency

Police officers In chaisa are desturbing our
peace and unity with the so called shinshita,
imagine arresting someone at her own door
for no reason, us as chaisa residents we are
fed up with these officers, instead of
arresting ma junk who keeps on searching
and beating up people, which law allows
this so called shinshita, I Sylvester Mutwale,
am appealing to police and the Ig to tell us
something about shinshita

COMMENTS

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    Chelsey 6 days

    That’s your pf you wanted. Don’t complain about shishita, it is global.Ha ha ha ha ki ki ki.

  • It’s another Zero Option

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    Be aware of the coming of Jesus Christ very soon.All wat z happening was written in the bible so less repent coz salvation is individually he who has ears let him hear.

  • they dont know what there doing

  • Police arrest at my own doorstep ine kumuponona Chi**la Chakwe..

  • Boza iwe kambako vachendi m’kwere

  • Your whole hearted ushered pipo!

  • 1. Are these fires for real, hopefully they are not planned zero option to justify a state of emergency, if so will the Government rebuild all the properties being burnt, may the Lord reveal the truth. 2.Can those who have been part of the Government system before or those that have fallen from the system help the ordinary person understand if these actions could be possible. 3.GBM would also help Zambians understand what that Tonga Oath propaganda was all about since he is not part of the system anymore, it will help to bring part of the healing that is really needed in our country. 4.Thank God our Tonga brothers and sisters are very loving and forgiving people , may the Lord bless you more and thank you for your love for GBM. Keep ignoring the propaganda your loving and forgiving actions have helped to hold Zambia together, God will indeed bless you above your imaginations. May the Lord expose everything hidden. 5 Peaceful protests are always the best and if the current Government can’t tolerate them then other Democratic countries such as Ghana, South Africa and Ghana would definitely accommodate peaceful protests at the embassies.

  • Lessons Learnt for Zambia.

    1.Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable someone out of sympathy, even if they kneel down, shed tears, always exercise best judgment, don’t let emotions take the best of you by making you to exercise poor judgement.
    2 Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable someone because the masses shout he or she is anointed, humble, the chosen one, the ordained one, righteousness on the throne when they mean that same candidate always check the person’s character, integrity, fruit, competence, proffessionalism, past performance etc.
    3. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable anyone who is surrounded or influenced by cadres or allows cadres to speak for him or her in short elect an independent thinker who is accountable for him/herself, the party’s and Government’s actions and decisions.
    4. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable someone simply because they have been endorsed, check the characters, morals, stability, competence of those endorsing the candidate.
    5. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable someone who becomes busy towards or during election time with Developmental Projects, community and charity gifts, Church appearances this is aimed at targeting your emotions because after elections these activities will reduce or stop.
    6. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable anyone whose close confidants have questionable characters.
    7. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable someone who suddenly becomes wealthy or becomes suddenly far more wealthier than they were before with no proper explanation of how they acquired the quick riches, their goal is to drain the nation’s resources, possibly stash them abroad or in relatives names while you the common person never experience any quality of life or quality delivery of public services. Always exercise good judment when casting your vote and ensure that your vote is counted and protected.
    8. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable anyone who misuses those entrusted to dispense justice and men in uniform in the end you may not have anyone standing up for your justice or to protect you even if nothing affects you today.
    9. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable anyone with a history of suppression, oppression, violence, dictatorship etc you may end up telling stories of regret of how once upon a time Zambia was a peaceful, tolerant, democratic nation.
    10. Never elect or allow those who count votes to select if applicable anyone who has a history of propaganda against others and divisive, imaginary tribal propaganda tactics, you may end up with no national identity, and become a case study for other countries to learn from.
    11.This message does not apply to cadres educated or not who choose not to reason, and instead choose to focus on insults, intimidations and illogical reasoning to defend anything and everything, deny the truth even though it goes against their conscience, but would rather exchange their dignity and that of the nation for a few pieces of silver, insecure positions and insecure recognition.

  • These guys hallucinate I tell you, which chaisa, so ndimwe mweka with reporters,watchdog please drink some poison, mwatusabila weh

  • Ask yo friends in Barotseland

  • Ask yo friends in Barotseland

  • Even here in solwezi it’s just the same we are not free

  • those suPporting this new shishita way am sure u know not wat it is or how a crime,

  • Shishita is when one is moving aimlessly at an alkward time

  • U have not yet seen anything,loleleni state of emergency ikatampe,tamwakulanya ubushiku mwe ba ma toilet panse,.

  • Efyo mwalefwaya kabili….pf at work…well done

  • Sorry chaisa people and nothing u can do just look to the Almighty

  • I stay in chaisa and i hav not hear anyone complaining about that,u ar lieing chaisa is cool and peaceful. Stop making up stories ba watchdong coz the police here ar doing a good job by patroling the wood which is good to us.

  • in other news,Lungu got more votes in Chaisa last year

  • shishita ikaliko akwao?kuno kuchipata tiyenda thawi iliyonse baba,

  • No rights dear

  • bad governance z were u find arbitrary arrests not in gud governance article 11 in da (UDHR) states dat every1 shud b considered innocent until proven guilty by da court of law.

  • da meaning of shishita is idle standing or cafew. if gvnment says u shud b home by 20hrs n u r outside dats as if u tink da 1 who made dat direct order is yo causin. u shud b tot 2 respect da head of state wetha u voted 4 him or nt.either thru beating u up or puting u in prison 4 some descipline.

  • Kaili mwenzokana ati kulibe SOE, when in actual sense it’s as though it has already been effect for a long time smh

  • iyo ni dununa reverse, jst enjoy the drama

  • These guys ar acting foolish, lawlessness is all over but they get to trouble the innocent

  • Thats pf government

  • uv nt under stood wat has happened ayiii……some peoples rights hv bin stripped off

  • Go Ahead Police Pls! Dununa Revese.

  • The declaration was made what are you expecting?

  • Let them do their job…we hve cried enough