PF threatens to shut down Prime TV

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The Patriotic Front has threatened to shut down Prime Television, a private owned Lusaka based media house accusing it of being insensitive.

PF Member of Central Committee Jean Kapata who is also Lands Minister sounded the warning after the television station aired a story of a woman saying the country deserves better than a drunkard president.

The woman who is shown clad in a Seventh Day Adventist atire goes on to say Zambia needs an intelligent president.

But Kapata says Prime Television has gone to far giving space to people who are insulting the President.

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3 Responses to PF threatens to shut down Prime TV

  1. Do not close this TV but thank them to show how some churches pretend to love president lungu but in fact they hate him.love this woman protect her she will be killed to hide information. You can hide but one day God will reveal the truth.the only case you can give them is I sults that is a case take them to court especially upnd not an individual take also prime TV owner to court for insulting the president.

    Kyakilika
    April 6, 2018 at 5:47 am
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  2. I wonder for example as to how often President Donald Trump is “insulted” by American TV Stations and other International Media houses probably including our own ZNBC, Zambia Daily Mail, Times of Zambia, Daily Nation etc… and yet he has the power and resources to handle them!

    Mumbeti
    April 6, 2018 at 9:46 am
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  3. This is democracy madam. The woman has her own opinion on people who drink heavily and are ruling a country. It is not an insult when you drink to a certain dangerous levels and you are a ruler. The question is how would a drunkard rule? You PF members constitute truth with insult. May be you would say that somebody was demeaning the President but not to say that she insulted. Even then,by so saying it would mean that you are just protecting the drunkard.The truth is that the woman has a certain standard of the character for a President. She is free to set those standards since she is one of the employers for Presidents through her vote. Jean Kapata, if you have set no standards for the President you vote for to rule you , that is your problem therefore do not use your position to give threats of closure of this and that. For as long as you exhibit your ignorance, how many media houses would you close?

    kanwakahosha
    April 6, 2018 at 2:32 pm
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