PF rally turns into immoral proverbs

PF rally turns into immoral proverbs


HH is failing to pay KCM employees, says PF Secretary General Davies Mwila.


GBM maintains his tribal hatred .

But it was Canisius Banda who won the folly prize.


So the PF orgaised a rally to talk about matole? And this is a party had a minister of religious affairs.

So disgusting. What moral values does this PF thing impart in young people ?

Proverbs are part of rich African tradition, but they are chosen carefully in consideration of audience. You can’t be talking about Amatole, ifisushi, umusula in front of children. If you do that, the proverb loses its value and or meaning but becomes a taboo and insult.
But then, this is PF; a taboo itself.
How can normal people even be laughing at this Chainama material ?

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    Muwerewere Musemakweri 2 weeks ago

    That the caliber you find once Mighty PF, proper clowns shameless leaders who can not distinguish between black and white colors. All the time just mentioning HH nothing else. Are peoples problems going to be solved by PF leaders mentioning HH in HH out. These people ba PF the have lost it. When you are given a chance to do something put in your best nd you will the best out of it. The once Mighty PF used to be a Party of Choice but its leaders took everything for granted now things have completely fallen apart. What is happening to HH is what happened to Nelson Mandela where by the arpatheid regime imprisoned him and thought they punishing and erasing his name from the surface of the earth yet they were building his image

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    Buck teeth lungu 2 weeks ago

    We want change = pf + lungu out

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    Jimmy shaba 2 weeks ago

    Proverbial language is not vulgarity

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    Buck Teeth Lungu 2 weeks ago

    No, no, no! This is Bemba culture at its finest! I notice that Fred M’membe says similar stuff in his Bemba political rantings. Don’t tarnish the rest of Zambian cultures with this trash bankrupt thieving culture.