Age and history of presidents

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Age and history of presidents

Postby kgk » 5th June 2011, 19:11

Dear Zambia,

Why is it that we still want to cling to old politicians despite their dented history, full of blood shed, like for instance Mr Sata we know what he did in Chawama, we know how he armed Kadopi and a lot of co boys, we know how rude he is and the list goes on. Are you sure you want to trust the man with state power.
Mr Rupiya Banda was almost a beggar in Eastern walking distance to read newspapers from vendors, he failed to manage his life thanks to late Mwanawasa. The man failed his own life except to marry a young bride(congratulations) are you sure you want to trust him further with your lives and expect him to better your lives.

Thanks friends
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Re: Age and history of presidents

Postby Guest » 7th June 2011, 00:50

please state whom we should entrust with leadership, not who we shouldn't.
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Re: Age and history of presidents

Postby Longolola » 7th June 2011, 01:43

kgk,

I'm not shy to say that I like your style. You unapologetically urinate on the two leading contenders for president of Zambia and you don't even miss a step. I take my hat off to you sir. Job well done!
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