Picture: PeP leader Sean Tembo demonstrates against controversial purchase of fire tenders

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4 Responses to Picture: PeP leader Sean Tembo demonstrates against controversial purchase of fire tenders

  1. How i wish this was the reaction of us Zambians when UPND opposed this transaction before PF government went on to such an act of wasting money, in one of Worlds poorest countries where people live on less than a dollar per day!! The people in power dont see or feel this “less than a dollar a day” because its non of their business! Full stop!! Or else this money could have been channelled to some poverty reduction investiment.

    shema israel
    October 12, 2017 at 12:46 am

    • Sorry Shema even UPND has thieves do you know what HH did during privatisation? do you think he is clean? condemn what is wrong not regardless where it is coming from.

      October 13, 2017 at 8:04 am

  2. It is very sad to see only a few people trying to speak for the whole country. Where are you Zambians? Is this ignorance of your rights? or cowardice? Can you please come out in large numbers and join the people who are calling for our money back. I am with you guys. I am praying for you to our Almighty God. May he bless you, protect you from all harm.It is very encouraging to see that, there are still people who mean well in our country, people with wisdom to distinguish right from wrong. The thieves are on rampage, imagine stealing through zesco bills..I wonder how that bill was passed to law, where even people who do not own TV are made to pay that silly tax, people of Zambia, where are you? Lord awaken all those who have fallen asleep while awake, may they know that their money is being looted by the devils who have evaded our beautiful country. Lord have Mercy.

    goliath Mulambo
    October 12, 2017 at 8:18 pm

  3. as long as they arrest us for protesting and speaking out freely
    there will be no chill pa zed…….

    October 14, 2017 at 12:35 pm

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