The day minister Chilufya received dirty drugs from Honeybee

The day minister Chilufya received dirty drugs from Honeybee

Like we said, these are Chitalu Chilufya’s partners in crime.

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    Sambannangela 6 days ago

    Even if we are a third world country bane awe te ifi. Tucindikeniko tuli bantu naifwe. By the way , how many innocent lives of our brothers and sisters have sacrificed with these dirty drugs.

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    Listen to this fool from the village.Which is better having huge STOCK’S of poisonous drugs or not having any whilst waiting for the best.Are you a trained health personnel or you are a community health worker?

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    WOMBA 1 week ago

    IN CIVILISED COUNTRIES our President together with the Minister of Health and all those involved could have resigned with immediately effect.

    Mr. President Edgar Lungu, we wait your action on this if at all you value the lives of people.

    I rest my case.

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    Knowledge 1 week ago

    When we say PF government is rotten and stealing is what they know better PF would say we are bitter. President Lungu ascendancy to power was done through manipulation. How can you wake up a Judge in the night to sign documents the illegalities have followed his wicked schemes. Where are the Christians for Lungu who are always blind and will never comment on criminal activities happening in PF government.
    God will not allow his name to be used in vain by criminals patronising Churches and making donations in the name of being a humble leader. Receiving stolen money acquired through corruption from PF criminal politicians in the Churches is great abomination and sin.

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    Steve 1 week ago

    I’m bot sure I understand the problem. If a company supplied wrong goods, return them to the supplier and get a FULL refund, ban them from supplying goods or deregister the company and if the goods endangered life, arrest and prosecute the supplier, the Ministry officials who failed to carry out their duties  and referred to DEC and anti-corruption. Are the Ministry of health failing to do anything because the officials shared in the proceeds? It looks that way at the moment. There are measures which can be taken to correct all this and the failure to do the barest minimum is to me the real problem, 

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    Munthu 1 week ago

    In light of everything let us also see and hold accountable those who never supplied like Pharmnova.

    That is a reputable Zambian company. How could they have failed to supply?

    We should also hold them accountable.

    Us in the rural areas have really benefitted from the drugs supplied by Honeybe as there were no drugs in our clinic for a long time. Basic panado was hard to come by.

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    Zambian 1 week ago

    Let us also see and hold accountable those who never supplied like Pharmnova.

    That is a reputable Zambian company. How could they have failed to supply?

    We should also hold them accountable.

    Us in the rural areas have really benefitted from the drugs supplied by Honeybe as there were no drugs in our clinic for a long time. Basic panado was hard to come by.

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    Zambian 1 week ago

    Ask us rural people how much we appreciate the medicenes.

    Our clinics were out of supply for a long time. You could hardly even get panado.

    So safety issues on one hand and supply on the other.

    We need to balance these and also follow up on our reputable companies who failed to supply. How can Pharmanova fail to supply?

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    Если вы настоящий хай-ролл игрок казино, то казино ВАВАДА – это именно тот проект, который вам нужен.

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    civil servants & directors at medical stores staff to be jailex 1 week ago

    On the contrary civil servants & directors at medical stores who allowed this who will be jailed as the minister’s role is very clear unless civil servants & directors at medical stores forced Chilufya to put it in writing

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    his days are numbered