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Name: Visionary  |  Country of residence: DU  |  WrittenMonday, 20 January 2014 (23:57)
'Nevers Mumba ready to forgo the presidency for sake of opposition unity'. Source: ZWD

'Ndola’s Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport Continues to Deteriorate.

The state of Ndola’s Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport has continued to deteriorate.

In its current state, the Airport does not match International Standards despite several passengers using the facility.

But Minister of Transport, Works, Supply and Communications Yamfwa Mukanga claims, the Airport has not been improved upon, as it is due for relocation soon'.

MY COMMENT: I posted on two different occasions in the past that the only way PF can be removed from power is for bro Nervas to form a pact with HH & have HH as presidential candidate & bro Nervas as VP. They should also accommodate our young ex-priest father Bwalya & the young Chipimo Jnr. UNPD should not be deceived that they can beat PF on their own. This is also true of MMD.

I would like PF to finish their term well & finish their vision for ZRL & QZ. And if their style of governance changes & become an inclusive govt with no lies & no intimidation of opposition leaders & online newspapers, we can pray for them to be voted in for another term (if the opposition fail to unite).

As for Ndola airport or Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe, am glad that some other people have accepted what some of us had said before that the airport is not fit to be called an international airport. For lack of maintenance, it is a disease suffered by us black Zambians & the minister should be ashamed of his comments. Just because PF wants to relocate the airport is no excuse for lack of maintenance. Shame on him. Give the airport into the hands of my white friends (not those from the likes of Naples Italy), you'll agree with me that they'll transform its surrounding & cleanness within a month. Am sure that my friend Chadiza chicken farmer (42464) will not roast me because he is a knowledgable person & knows that I don't consider my white friends to be above us but in certain areas, they have a good track record which we need to acknowledge & learn from. Yesterday, I was impressed to see what our Ethiopian friends are doing in terms of maintenance & cleanness. Our Rwandese friends have of course, impressed me more in the area of cleanness & maintenance. The best way to teach our compound dwellers & those from good areas like Kabulonga how to maintain cleanness is to declare working bees for everyone (including the big man at plot 1) clean up the mess in their areas. Next time, they'll think twice before throwing rubbish anyhow especially if they see the big man at plot 1 cleaning their rubbish.

Before I sign off, thanks to my friend Komboni dweller (42491). Oh, I nearly forgot, the opposition & Ndola residents should also unite & tell PF that they're free to relocate Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe to Chichele plantation, but they should not close Ndola airport. Ndola still needs the airport as a domestic airport or a military (ZAF) airport.
Name: Observer  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenMonday, 20 January 2014 (21:47)
Check out the article in Post newspaper in which Sata says "borrowing is sustainable". fred Mmembe has put a picture in which Sata shows a docnhi kubeba sign. Is it by coincidence or it means exactly that we will only know when they are done with looting the borrowed money and are are deep in Sh*t nkongole?
Name: General Buttkiss  |  Country of residence: Zed  |  WrittenSaturday, 18 January 2014 (19:54)
Merchant of SataN alias Eagle is back.

Only yesterday he was praising SataN for taking the constitution hostage and calling others criminals for leaking it.

Is there no shame?
I can see I'm asking a stupid question here.
Name: Merchant  |  Country of residence: Pa ka Sido?  |  WrittenSaturday, 18 January 2014 (19:38)
Uzakakota kuchibabe is we of being carefulness.
Mulusa punch big apacats holes on their going balloon up to upnd.
By talking such a bad critics off his partying tribalism.he have reminder people who the upnd are sought to been.
This is every dangerous or mmd for mulusa to leave without his vote. Whilst the are big to solwezi but with the best numbers just to mulusa.

MMD is coming second elections to because people can forgive me for and against pf we started a huge chance.
25 fedurary will taste who part is liked by poepo.
Name: nice site here  |  Country of residence: New York  |  WrittenSaturday, 18 January 2014 (19:13)
2sCVuP A round of applause for your blog post.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.
Name: 117 x 117 x 117 = 1,601,613  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenSaturday, 18 January 2014 (09:18)
Let me tell you something about those two numskulls. Even if film footage was to emerge, showing Sata in some state house backroom, cooking and eating human babies, those two will not stop bootlicking. If fact they will even defend him, saying the babies had it coming to them because they cried too much.

That is how lost those two bootlickers are.

Name: Bukwe | Country of residence: Zambia | Written: Thursday, 16 January 2014 (21:23) 42532
Where are those two bootlickers Eagle and Celsius to tell us this is how good PF works in daylight robbery from the poor.
Name: Concerned Citizen  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenSaturday, 18 January 2014 (00:04)
Why does Fred Mmembe hate any one with money? Is it because he suffered a lot and it was only when he turned into a crook and duped zambians out of billions of kwacha to make his fortune? He was on HH publicising his wealth. Now he is on GBM.
Name: Observer  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenFriday, 17 January 2014 (23:46)
Of all people Lucky Mulusa is attacking fellow opposition party, UPND over his being approached to stand on its ticket in the coming by-election. Is there anything wrong with that? For once he has reasoned like our current PF leaders. I don’t understand why he can’t understand it, as a critical thinker that the MMD can never come back to power unless a serious miracle (not just ordinary) happened because it has excess baggage of misrule legacy during the 20 years it was in power. MMD leaders who are still in leadership today (some off course have since died) had lost touch with reality and they were just as bad as the current PF leaders. Maybe he was still young then during the times of the flamboyant Dora Siliya, Shikapwasha, George Kunda, George Mpombo, Tetamashimba, etc. It is very easy for the PF to challenge the MMD because memories are still fresh among the masses. We are not sympathetic to RB because he did nothing wrong but because the PF leaders are doing exactly what the MMD guys were doing and even much worse in terms of corruption and being drunk with power and then prosecuting their predecessors. RB is better (lesser evil) when you compare him with Sata, but he was a very bad leader too and was very drunk with power. Therefore it is only wise for the UPND to approach a high calibre young man like Lucky Mulusa to join a party that stands a chance to take over government. Dora Siliya is right to say the MMD is prepared to give up the presidency of the pact. But I just wonder why this has come at a time when Nevers Mumba is quite (Hope he’s not been appointed). For now opposition parties should just form a loose alliance to each of them go flat out campaigning to have a proper base and then officially make an alliance to go into election together just before 2016. You never know who has been bought by who.
Name: look at this  |  Country of residence: New York  |  WrittenFriday, 17 January 2014 (23:10)
5TmKSX I cannot thank you enough for the blog article.Much thanks again. Much obliged.
Name: Misisi straw hat vendor  |  Country of residence: Misisi  |  WrittenFriday, 17 January 2014 (01:46)

This is what I love about ZoL. Never a dull moment. And always an opportunity to learn something new. My lesson today is never to buy Irish potatoes because they are dry. I will sure remember that next time I visit the market ka.

Celsius reminds me of a Catholic cardinal. One of a handful in the church who understands the extent of the church’s bullshit. But he has already dedicated his entire life to the cause of the church. So he does the only thing he can do. Continue perpetuating the church’s bullshit.
Name: Ditch Digger from DownUnder  |  Country of residence: zambia  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (22:29)
I would rather drink Doom than have a peanut brain like Celsius.

Someone who has travelled to gain a foreign education and is still a retard and praises a dictator.

Its easy to see when Ceslius writes self praising posts.
The humour is so dry.

Like an irish potato.
Name: Bukwe  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (22:23)
Where are those two bootlickers Eagle and Celsius to tell us this is how good PF works in daylight robbery from the poor.

A bunch of thives more ballsy that Chiluba.

Changwe Kabwe
If you needed any evidence that we are a sick nation…!

Ministry of Justice

Questionable Payment of Meal Allowances

A total amount of K1, 295,000,000 involving twenty three (23) transactions was paid as meal allowance to twenty three (23) officers who had undertaken various programmes and activities such as capturing payments in IFMIS, updating the asset register, working on 4th quarter, 2012 outstanding bills, and cleanup of records and reconciliation among others.
However, an analytical review of records carried out at the Ministry revealed that the twenty three (23) officers claimed meal allowances for days ranging from 375 to 1,838 at the approved rate of K50, 000 per day. The number of days claimed by each officer was more than the three hundred and sixty five (365) days available in a year. Based on the number of days in a year, the maximum amount that could have been claimed by the officers was K419, 750,000. Therefore, the payment of the extra K875, 250,000 was irregular.
However, even with the assumption that the K419, 750,000 was correctly paid, it would be incomprehensible to imagine that the officers were claiming allowances every day of the year.
In addition, among the twenty three (23) officers who were paid the meal allowances were seven (7) officers who were on leave during the period they were paid the meal allowances.
Although in his response dated 5th November 2013, the Controlling Officer stated that Management had put in place measures to ensure that supervision is improved and that officers are correctly paid, no recoveries of the overpaid amounts had been effected as of December 2013.
Name: Pumbkin  |  Country of residence: Ndola  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (17:23)
You guys are crazier than chaps found at some nutty nut hole.Ati Bukwe has improved the IQ in Zambia by some meaningless ratio. You revel in your madness.
If only you had reality in your focus you wouldn't be heading in to a ditch.
As for Celsius, the chap is quite creative. He probably the only black kid on DRPNK apart from Dennis the menace Rodman.
It's plain clear Robby slapped him with a tag without checking parameters if the chap meets the minimum standard of die hard Kaponya like NKWAZI.
Name: Wanzelu  |  Country of residence: UK  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (09:54)

Down load a copy of the final draft constitution given to Sata on ZWD for your future reference.
Name: The1 visionary thinks is Pimbi  |  Country of residence: ZED  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (07:47)
By the same token, for a few months in 2013 Zambia’s IQ was raised 0.000001%.

Of course those were the few months Celsius left Zambia and attended some indoctrination seminar in china or some such totalitarian hell hole.
Name: Kombwe  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (06:39)
It's a pity those damn Swedes were not clever enough to create a Nobel prize for comedy. iwe Bukwe, you'da been scooping them prizes year in and year out!

Name: Bukwe | Country of residence: Zambia | Written: Thursday, 16 January 2014 (03:56) 42527
Zambia's IQ raised by 0.000001% in 2012.

Of course it was when I arrived in Zambia.
Name: Bukwe  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (04:56)
Zambia's IQ raised by 0.000001% in 2012.

Of course it was when I arrived in Zambia.
I'm still yet to see any improvement in society created by Sata's government.

Also is there one tax that has been lowered?
I'm sure Sata was thinking in reverse when he made promises in 2011.
Name: Fart Shula  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (03:51)
Speaking of this joke known as AFRICA. Look at Egypt. They made a big brouhaha about ushering in a new era of democracy. Not even three years after the so called Arab Spring we find out that the Egyptians are just a bunch of cavemen incapable of democracy.

South Sudan, same thing. Newest Independent country in the Africa blah blah blah. Big f*cking deal. Few months later they have deteriorated into total anarchy.

RSA another big fat joke.

Pity that.
Name: A1  |  Country of residence: ZAMBIA  |  WrittenThursday, 16 January 2014 (02:59)

We are seeing it all over this God forsaken continent. Leaders actively choose to take retrogressive paths and lead entire generations back to a more primitive state of mind.

I saw what's happening in Nigeria today. A witch hunt of gays. Nigeria a country that has so many real problems but the leaders choose to single out the gays and make them into the most urgent problem.

African leaders who have lost sight of what's really at the root of Africa's many problems. instead they re groping in the dark for unrealistic solutions.

Yes, 100yrs from today our descendants will still be blogging and scratching their testicles and wondering why they cannot catch up with the rest of the world.
Name: Stop  |  Country of residence: Zambia  |  WrittenWednesday, 15 January 2014 (20:18)
Sata is trying to bring the system which was used where he comes from, Tanzania some decades back. I remember we used to laugh at Tanzanians as "brothers who can't speak the Queen's language". They never had any advantage over us academically. But mind you they have a common language there Swahili so there was some harmony. So if I was schooled in Southern Province, I can't work in Northern Province because of language, like I can’t work in Angola because of Portuguese. The whole idea is nonsense. We will never catch up with whites with this Bantu education they are trying to introduce because our children don't even understand our native languages very well. They understand English better. So every language and province will have its own scientific terms and once you are transferred to another province, your children have to learn another language? What a retrogressive idea! It is a fact that if we were taught in our own mother language we were going to understand theories better like the Boers, Chinese, Indians do but unfortunately our native languages are not the “mother languages” of our children. They don’t think in Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi etc. but in English, except those who are brought up speaking native languages mainly in villages and compounds who are becoming fewer and fewer. Shame!
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