1. They claim to be pro-poor people, yet PF removed subsidies on food and fuel in the early months of attaining power.
2. They followed this by increasing their salaries twice before imposing a wage freeze on civil servants.
3. They call other parties tribal but their cabinet in the last four years has been dominated by same region and so have their recent filing of applications for nominations for 2016.
4. They claim to be consultative but keep changing and reversing policies when stakeholders complain.
5. They claim to be distributing development equitably but built two universities in one district.
6. Edgar Lungu wants to empower women to leadership positions, but he is the one who instructed his MPs to shoot down the proportionate representation clause in the new constitution that would have allowed youths and women to seat in parliament.
7. When they started borrowing recklessly, they claimed that they were in a hurry to develop Zambia, but today Kambwili says Rome was not built in one day and need five more years.
8. They always deny that the Government is not broke but have raised the debts ceiling by more than 100%, are delaying salaries and are secretly begging the IMF.
9. They claimed that MMD was corrupt but are now dining and wining with them using the poor tax payers money.
10. They claim to have zero tolerance against corruption and gender violence but pardoned Masumba and Kanene with no conditions.
11. They once told us that even in SA there was load shedding but sent Dora Siliya to beg for 300MW.
12. We challenged their excuse of water level at Kariba, now that the Kariba if filling up, anyone who reminds them of why load shedding has increased is being labelled petty.
13. They once announced austerity measures but few weeks later spent K4million for just watching a person put pen to paper.
14. They claim to be improving the health sector but yet MOH is under pressure to evacuate their relatives and friends to S. Africa.
15. They can afford to celebrate youth day with straight faces, whilst UNZA and CBU is closed.
16. The raised their hand in air and said “Lord, lord” on the day of prayer, few weeks later their tears gassing people and restricting movement
We call ourselves docile not because we don’t protest, but because we have become numb to politicians lies. Dear Zambians if this is not hypocrisy I don’t know what is.
These poor children of Navutika township of Chipata were today (Friday) rounded up and made to wait for outgoing president Edgar Lungu in a kraal. These are the people desperate Lungu was scheduled to address as voters. After enduring the scorching sun, the children went home without even being given manzi. Can a man be more cruel?
BISHOP CHIHANA SAYS:
Zambia is facing the biggest trial of its 50 years of independence.
Its 25 years of Democratic governance is at test in under the leadership of Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu. The unruly behavior of the cadres is extremely unbecoming and demands to be stopped without delay and without fail, otherwise it shall turn into a culture of violence.
This escalating violence can only be blamed on Mr Lungu the President of Zambia, who has turned the instruments of power int…