Labour deputy minister Chitotela says PF happy ZWD is ‘blocked’

Chitotela

Chitotela

 

Chitotela

Chitotela

The Patriotic Front Government says it is happy with the blocking of the Zambian Watchdog from being accessed on its website in Zambia.

Labour Deputy Minister Ronald Chitotela who was not even the main guest at National Pensions Scheme Authority (NAPSA) launch of the “mynapsa” project in Lusaka last evening, Mr. Chitotela said the PF government was happy that the critical website was blocked from being accessed in Zambia.
He noted that the government was pleased that many people in the country was not able to access the website in the country as it was housed in ‘Australia” which made it difficult for many Zambians to get hold of it.
Chitotela said, “we are glad that the Zambian Watchdog is no longer accessible in Zambia and this has forced them to use an Australian company host to anchor their evil articles. That website used to bring confusion in this country because of its’ writings. I only hope that there is no one here from that website.” The Deputy Minister said.
NAPSA workers were shocked that instead of the Deputy Minister In-Charge of Social Security and Productivity just inviting Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda to give his written and raw script or perhaps talking about real issues affecting the land, the Deputy Minister was pre occupied with attracting the workers’ attention to his cheap and unwarranted attack of the Zambian Watchdog which they (workers and guests) did not seem to pay attention to.  
NAPSA was launching the MYNAPSA electronic programe for all its customers that subscribe to the national body.

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