Police demolish phone booths in town

Police demolish phone booths in town

Lusaka city Council and Zambia police have demolished  Mobile money booths in town……No room for Hustle pa zed 👆

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    Wesley 7 days ago

    In Kitwe the booths were only relocated to other locations…..strategic locations. Why Lusaka should destroy them beats all understanding…eish….cry our beloved country.

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    Steve 1 week ago

    Watchman l another side to u employment is pilferage that is giving jobs to Chinese, Labanes3 and I Dian labourers. I’ve never understood how and why we steal from our employers and then when the business collapses or we get fired we complain and cry to Govt. stop stealing and alow businesses to grow and prosper so that they can employ local labour, sustain you and employ more Zambians instead of bringing cheap labour from abroad. And don’t be lazy.

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    Steve 1 week ago

    The problem is that these same booth and other vendors don’t think about other people. They don’t care  whether walkways are blocked. So I agree there’s no need to break their stands but ask the owners MTN, AIRTEL etc to move them, they should desist from selfish inconsiderate behaviour which loses them sympathy. 

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    Wesley 1 week ago

    In Kitwe booths were not destroyed but just relocated to other strategic locations. Cry our beloved Zambia.

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    The Watchman 1 week ago

    Powers that be should have a human heart. Mr Lungu, president of this country should have a heart of flesh. The poor, unemployed and vulnerable are trying very hard to survive in these harsh economic days and the best gift they get is shut off their little source of basic livelihood? Am saddened at what really is obtaining with our leaders, the other day a vibrant life is brought to an end largely because of some overzealous police officer…today lives of hordes that government can not offer employment are subjected to such depressive situations of razing booths? The question I ask is why not engage people and come to a logical and fair conclusion before taking such radical steps? Please leaders in your air-conditioned offices, have a human heart for the vulnerable out there. They are also precious souls that just want to survive one day at a time. They have family and a whole load of pressures. This act of taking arbitrary measures affecting livelihoods should come to an end forthwith. Mr Lungu, Mr Samoa,and who ever else, please don’t kill us the vulnerable and poor people. We also want to eat breakfast, lunch and supper. We also want to take our children to school, we also want to take care of our aged parents, we also want to be looked upon as human beings…..my heart bleeds, my heart bleeds…

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    Mario 1 week ago

    Miles Sampa and PF’s gift to unemployed youths

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    abilima 1 week ago

    Is it possible to let us know why the booths were razed down?

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    muntungwa 1 week ago

    There is total chaos in this country. The left hand does not know what the right is doing. God help us.

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    Weren’t these booths spaces allocated by the same council? What’s happening to our council kanshi