Here are the chancers scrambling for Amos Chanda’s former Job

Here are the chancers scrambling for Amos Chanda’s former Job

Scramble for Amos Chanda’s former job

Here are the characters who have applied to, or are making frantic and desperate efforts, manoeuvres to replace Amos Chanda as president Edgar Lungu’s spokesperson:

1. Dickson Jere
2. Anthony Mukwita
3. Joe Chilaizya
4. Coasta Mwansa
5. Ngande Mwanajiti
6. Antonio Mwanza
7. Sunday Chanda
8. Kellys Kaunda
9. Joe Kaunda
10. Amos Malupenga
11. Emmanuel Chilekwa
12. Edgar Ngoma
13. Emmanuel Mwamba

ZWD advice to President Lungu. Don’t appoint any of these characters listed above. They are all unsuitable. Look for someone sober, mature and loyal. He or she doesn’t have to have a media or journalism background. All these are money mongers and chancers, worse than the ‘departed’. We will analyse them for you one by one starting tomorrow.

Actually, that position is not even important. You can to without it. If there is something to be communicated, you can put it in the name of any of those state House special assistants who real jobs is to boast and make money using your name. You will just be adding to problems.
But if you have to appoint one, do due diligence and get a respectable person who means well for the country.

By the way, did you know that of all Jesus’ disciples, only Judas Iscariot volunteered, brought himself to the Lord? All others were found by Jesus.

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    kufahakurambwe 5 days ago

    Breaking News!ECL has today applied for the position of spokesperson on condition that he does not have to speak. The PF party is all in and are gobsmacked with this genius of a leader. Now why we didn’t we think of that!

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    John 6 days ago

    Enter into the den of thieves. These people will finish off what Amos (the crook) didn’t finish

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    Kalufya 7 days ago

    Emmanuel Mwamba is the worst. No wonder he appears last

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    Kabaso Chanda 7 days ago

    The devil you know is better than others you dont know. Antonio Mwanza will do for me from that list. He is not a journalist but he is better than all those so called journalist, as a spokesperson. My own opinion

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      Musonda 7 days ago

      Wrong…the boy is from Mozambique /Angola taking chances in Zambia. ..he does not have merit and integrity he is just a loud mouth without any loyalty…if he can insult people who sent him to school,where are we…learn boss

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    Lisa 1 week ago

    The surname disqualifies Sitali

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      In Zambia we are one but ruling leaders confuse us 6 days ago

      Our nation is divided by our ruling leaders who have failed to bring all tribes together in public office. Names must never be used to decide who is in or out

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    Jimmielll 1 week ago

    The PRESIDENT need to
    be very careful in choosing his spokesperson.Zambia needs people who are clean not corrupt one,2021 is around the corner unless otherwise.

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    Citizen Khan 1 week ago

    I agree your list is full of chances but you have very poor advice for the president. I think just stick to your analyses. Leave the advice part out

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    Zambiaisoura 1 week ago

    Bane,how do you forget the saying:” Birds of the same feathers stick together” – how do you want integrity to mix with wheeler dealers?? The President has been described to be a friend of some dubious characters so what do you expect of his close confidants like Advisors??

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    chilufya 1 week ago

    This President will choose one of these, the man has no capacity to see through these characters and he can never look for a sober minded and mature person for he has reached his ETC(end of thinking capacity).

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    Mr Jeff Sitali 1 week ago

    Try Jeff Sitali strong with integrity

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      Citizen Khan 1 week ago

      I agree Jeff Sitali has the required stature and news media experience