HH’s failure to tell his successful story

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By Dr Mulindi Mwanahamuntu

In the end HH has been incapable of defending natural wealth building. He has been incapable of defending himself by attesting that he was an evaluator of property not the saler of mines.
He has failed to even say weather he was a worker of an evaluating company not the valuer in his personal capacity.
He has failed to explain why as a citizen, should not have been expected to buy property on LUSE when Beny Mwila was allowed to buy farms associated with national service when he was minister of defence, nor how Benny Mwiinga would buy Manchinchi lodge a property that fell in his ministry of housing upon privatization.
He has failed to elucidate how one cow can lead to ten cows.
He has failed to sale a story of personal struggle that leads to overall growth.
Within that vacuum of meekness, all hue of politicians are now at liberty to propound unresolved dogma of sharing poverty ( communism) or of directly sharing national spoils plus overheads (corruption).
It now remains a game of how low we can go as a country. A long story of opposition incompetence.
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4 Responses to HH’s failure to tell his successful story

  1. Rubbish! If one cow could easily multiply to ten as you make it sound, or evaluating property could easily yield the wealth you suggest, guess how many wealthy people we’d have? On the other hand, it’s easy to build on proceeds of undervaluing and offloading massive national assets complimented by huge payouts for engaging in such unethical consultancy. Please objectively do the math and don’t be led by stereotypes.

    HH azinama!
    April 4, 2018 at 1:43 am
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  2. It’s true that HH did not sell a single mine.He was engaged to help value AND SELL social assets of the then ZCCM. In any case he was just a consultant who did some work and prepared reports for consideration by the Government. They were at liberty to reject or accept those reports or to seek clarifications, amendments etc. Of course he was paid for such work at a rate agreed by Government. So what is the big issue here? He is not the only one who did such work. Elias Chipimo Jnr of NAREP also did a lot of legal work for the ZPA and made some money out of it. Why doesn’t he face criticism or asked questions?

    Chanchima
    April 4, 2018 at 6:08 am
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  3. Dr Mwanahamuntu,

    If you are a scholar, kindly define for me the terminology ‘ failure’. Your write-up is a waste of space. What do you owe me in order for you to tell me or the world at large about your success story….Which law in the Constitution of Zambia demands such divulgence of one’s life? You are being intrusive, and that’s not correct by any norm.You write that he has failed to explain this and that. If you have genuine interest in learning from people, don’t ridicule them but humbly follow them and ask to tap into their wisdom. If they give you that opportunity, you become an apprentice. Be wise doctor and please put on your thinking cap before you expose how much of a nitwit you are to the rest of the world. Lastly if you want to learn how the gentleman HH has managed his life, approach him, he may explain one or two things.Please be wise.

    Hachonda
    April 4, 2018 at 9:02 am
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  4. I’m wondering why HH should be the only one to explain how he got his wealth. There are so many Rich Zambians and yet the explaination is only being sort from HH. Is there a special reason why?

    BlackBird
    April 9, 2018 at 9:33 am
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