Scared Lungu removes army officers from streets

Edgar Lungu has quietly removed army officers from Lusaka streets for fear of unintended, unknown consequences. He does not trust the army.

According to people close to the operation, only ZAF officers have remained on the streets. Intelligence reports indicate that army offices were separated and removed from the street just after two weeks of the operation.

Lungu deployed soldiers to enforce a curfew that was imposed during the cholera outbreak last December.

Intelligence reports say Lungu does not trust the Zambian army and has thus ordered them to return to the bases but has kept Zaf officers led by his fellow kleptomaniac Eric Chimese.

While the Zambian army has remained a professional defence force , Chimese and Lungu are turning ZAF into a PF security wing.

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    Jahu 2 weeks

    This kind of reporting is just sad and intended to flame civil strife.

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    Atleast Sulu know n understand dat corruption is a bad thing 2 b involved into dan u de educated who know hw to spell de word corruption n induge in it at de same time,u corrupt n foolish thieves who stink innocent peoples blood u hv killed through yo corrupt activites by way of buying expared medicines in clinics n hospitals,ova pricing fire trucks $1m each instead of $300-400.000 each,ova pricing roads tenders,ova pricing Toyota landcruisercAmbulances at $288,000 each instead of $60-70.000 each,stink triblism dat evrytime u talk bad of tonga people,Agriculture in shambes everything in shambles wat a government

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    jazzy 2 weeks

    Sulu or Silu its not COLLUPTION but CORRUPTION”””’

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    jazzy 2 weeks

    Sulu pliz are yu Tonga to mispell corruption as COLLUPTION””””’

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      And why the hell would you think that he/she is Tonga? Shallow minded….

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    Sulu 2 weeks

    CAN THEY CLEAR COLLUPTION LIKE THEY DID TO CHOLERA, TWAPAPATA.

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      Shoes n socks 2 weeks

      When you fail to spell it brings your whole argument down in flames.

      Stick to typing in vernacular

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    Steve 2 weeks

    Soldiers gone, vendors are slowly treking back into the streets specially in areas such as Chawama where they display their wares in early evenings. With the rains back in full force, the next cholera outbreak will not go away as quickly.