‘Edgar Lungu is sick’

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I went to Mr Chawama Lungu’s rally in Kitwe today. After listening to his interview on Phoenix yesterday, I was determined to stand as close to where he would be as possible.

First I want to say that the man is actually not health. I looked at his swollen cheeks and it is clear to me we will have another presidential by-election even before 2016 if this man wins. Yes, life is in the hands of God but a man in hospital, or outpatient like lungu, is very likely to die before a health one. I just wonder why we do not learn in Zambia. We are having this costly by-election because of this same attitude of burying heads in the sand. Up to the day Sata died, some people including the same people surrounding Lungu were saying he is in perfect health.

And then came the time for him to speak. Jesus Christ. Even reading a speech was a problem and yet we hear he is a lawyer. Mwanawasa had problems speaking but we all know why he had those problems. It is because Chiluba and his friends tried to kill him in a road accident. So what makes this Lungu fail to talk? Because all he was doing was introducing other people as if he was the master of ceremony not main speaker. In fact, all the people he introduced spoke better than he, including his wife.

On radio phoenix he told us that he has no vision. That is the most honest statement he ever made.

The man has no vision, no direction, no health, no nothing.

It is now clear why criminals are surrounding him. They know the they win plunder the national coffers as the weakling is unable to know what is going.

Lungu cannot claim that when Sata left him with power he managed it that well. In the first place, during that period he was just a placeholder; was expected to do nothing and did nothing except to wait for Sato to return. That is not success. In fact, other people including Wynter Kabimba, Alexander Chikwada and other incompetent thieves held that position before.


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