PF has neglected Chiluba’s birth place, Nevers tells Musangu Village

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Nevers Mumba

Nevers Mumba

MMD President Dr. Nevers Mumba has told the people of  Musangu village in Mwense district,  the home and birthplace of MMD Founding President and second Republican President the late Frederick Titus Jacob Chiluba, not to be deceived by the well known ‘donchi kubeba’ PF lies  but instead rally  with the rest of the country in voting out the PF government from power and bring in  a government which would bring genuine development to the country  and improve the destroyed economy which was currently severely  hurting poor people.

GBM with  Nevers Mumba in Mansa

GBM with Nevers Mumba in Mansa

He said if the PF had genuinely loved late President Chiluba, Musangu village would not be as dilapitated and neglected as it is today.


Dr. Mumba was speaking at a campaign rally in Musangu with Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, the UPND running mate where they were drumming up support for UPND President Hakainde Hichilema, who he said was a sober, knowledgeable leader  who had serious and clear-cut programmes which he would put into effect from day one, to salvage the economy from total collapse and bring down prices of mealie meal and other food prices which the MMD left in 2011.


Dr. Mumba  recently sharply critisized President Edgar Lungu for treating the people of Luapula province like small children when he said  he  had renamed the  non-existent Luapula University to FTJ University, all aimed at deceiptfully soliciting for votes from the unsuspecting villagers.


The MMD President has said the people of Zambia gave both Mr. Rupiah Banda and Mr. Lungu ‘sympathy’ votes in 2008 and 2011 respectively due to the national mourning of late President Mwanawasa and late Michael Sata, (may their souls rest in peace) but that it was now  time for Zambians to stop  mourning and vote wisely in the August 2016 election.


10 Responses to PF has neglected Chiluba’s birth place, Nevers tells Musangu Village

  1. Nevers Mumba preaches facts…

    July 18, 2016 at 8:43 pm

    • What did Chiluba himself do for chisomo people?

      Kalunga Fred
      July 18, 2016 at 11:58 pm

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    July 18, 2016 at 9:35 pm

    I agree that it’s now time for Zambians to stop mourning. Let us vote wisely in the August 2016 election. Fellow citizens, vote wisely. We should not allow ourselves to be manipulated by politicians who want to gain or maintain power by using the name or legacy of the deceased. Remember how almost everyone talked highly about Mwanawasa after his death that even his enemies were riding on that name. Listening to political campaigns today, we still hear some politicians from both the ruling party and opposition claiming to be followers of Sata instead of focusing on their manifesto.
    Here is why we should vote wisely-
    (1) Vote for the person who will help shape our communities; a person who will leave our environment in better shape.
    (3) Vote for a person who is going to promote education in order to lead people out of poverty and making the Zambian Dream possible; a person who is going to work hard to reduce our huge national debt by cutting spending and by urging ratification of a balanced budget amendment.
    (5) Vote for a person who is going to end the escalating tragic violence that plagues inner-city and rural communities of our country; a person who will encourage open dialogue in order to keep Zambian families safe.
    (6) Vote for a person who will prioritize agriculture in order to eradicate hunger and malnutrition. Vote for a person who will priotize health care in order to improve people’s health.
    (8) Vote for a person who is going to guarantee our freedom of speech in accordance with our Constitution protects everyone.
    (9) Vote for a person who will improve our stagnated economy by implementing a fare tax system and lowering government debt and increase economic growth and jobs, allowing more people to achieve the Zambian dream.
    (10) Vote for a person who will direct a fundamental transformation in how we care for our retirees and senior citizens. Vote for a person who will promote the integrity of the police and military by improving their conditions of service instead of abusing them by infiltrating them with political cadres.
    (12) Vote for a person who will protect and defend Zambia through strong, principled leadership based on our ideology “One Zambia One Nation”; a petson who emphadizes by about the commonality of the people as a uniting driving force and not how different we are.

    Dr Imasiku Liamunga
    July 19, 2016 at 1:03 am

  4. indeed let them vote wisely twacula pafula. we dont want another five years of lining up for fuel and mealie meal.

    July 19, 2016 at 6:27 am

  5. Wisely ni PF satanically NI…what did Chiluba do for Musangu? go back to the Church before u loose the little respect u hold on..u cant see luwingu road did chiliuba build any road apart from the phoenix one which enriched Mpondela..Educated Fools

    July 19, 2016 at 6:46 am

  6. Ha! Who is nevers mumba? Is he a president to which party? How many leaders in the defunct mmd? No wonder mumba is talking rubbish because he is not president. Please mumba go back to Church and reform. You are not a president at all. Accept change as inevitable. Mutati is MMD President. Weedado you have hit the nail on the head mwana wesu. Say more to this lost goat mumba.

    July 19, 2016 at 7:30 am

  7. nkani HH

    July 19, 2016 at 7:33 am

  8. What did you do yourself to Chiluba’s birth place when you were vice president of MMD? Pastor Nevers Mumba, please go back to the pulpit. Thjat is the problem with politics. Even pastors start preaching lies!

    jason Nyirenda
    July 19, 2016 at 10:10 am

  9. Vote for sensable people basi not these thieves

    July 19, 2016 at 10:12 am

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