How police bundled disabled protesters from state house

How police bundled disabled protesters from state house

Lest we forget, how PF government mistreated persons with disabilities at State House loading them in trucks and forcing them out.

In this video police are deployed to manhandle people with disabilities, load them in a truck and take them away.

Let Mwape to explain this.

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    Musumali Liyunga 1 week ago

    Waze has hit the nail on the Head. Zambia is a funny and fake country. I went to the University in the University UNIP days hoping to study medicine. At that time the School of Medicine had twenty places Ten were reserved for Zambian and ten were reserved for foreigners in the pretext of helping liberation movements. I am not bitter for not being picked by the School of Medicine because I latter found out that medicine is not my calling. But honestly what country on earth would do something like that. This is why I claim that Zambia is a fake failed country from its origins.

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      BO MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 1 week ago

      YOU JUST BITTER FOR NOT HAVING MADE IT TO MEDICAL SCHOOL DURING THE UNIP ERA.MEDICAL SCHOOL STILL REMAINS FOR THE CREAM OF THE NATION,HIGH INTELLECTUAL STUDENTS.YOU WERE JUST A LITTLE BELOW AVAERAGE INTERM OF INTELLIGENCE AND YOU THOUGHT YOU COULD STUDY MEDICINE AFTER BEEN SELECTED TO UNIVERSITY.I UNDERSTAND YOUR PAIN AND FRUSTRATION AFTER DOING HISTORY AT UNZA AND GOING BACK TO YOUR VILLAGE EXPLAINING WHY YOU NOT A MED DOC

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    Muntu Bulyo 1 week ago

    Dear Waze. I agree with you. However the truth of the matter is very uncomfortable. Zambia is not a nation. This is an issue that historians have ignored. We are a simple collection of primitive tribes. Anybody can come from where ever and claim the same rights as those of us who are indigenous. Of late the Randanees and now the Chinese are here and displacing Zambians from gainful economic activities. As Zambian you cannot go to some of these countries and enjoy the same privileges accorded to Chinese. Our leaders in Government do not care about us and I do not understand why we even respect them so much.

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    Waze 1 week ago

    Our squabbles are always trivial. The real issues that are affecting the common folks are ignored. For instance, the Rwandese are taking over the small businesses in our country. The Rwandese come with minimum capital and start renting our simple shops in the suburbs whilst getting groceries on credit from Indians. These guys became comfortable within short periods of time whilst we are napping. The recent saga of Mealie Meal opened our eyes how selfish these Rwandese can be. It is sad that this is happening when Zambia is struggling with issues of unemployment. I have never voted before but any Political Party that will address this issue can be assured of my vote.

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      john 1 week ago

      But why can’t our youths also get goods from Indians on credit? You leave us hagging. Why are Zambians failing to progress in business like foreigners?

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        Monde 1 week ago

        Are you a beneficiary of this corrupt system of allowing foreigners anyhow? You have to protect your own whether with limitations or not. Our forefathers fought for our liberation of which economic emancipation is fundamental.