Sata dares Deputy Minister Alfredah Kasembe to go ahead and resign

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President Michael Sata today revealed that he has information that Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Alfredah Kasembe intends to resign from government.

Speaking at State House when he swore in Ngosa Simbyakula as Home Affairs Minister, President Sata dared Kasembe who is reported to be unhappy with the fallout between the President and Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba to go ahead and resign.

He however cautioned Kasembe that she joined politics alone and must not swayed by someone to quit.

There are reports of a number of Ministers and Members of Parliament plan to join GBM and quit government and if pushed far form a political party.

GBM says he will announce his future political plan in 2014. He resigned his Minsiterial position siding with Chanda Sosala, the designate Chitimukulu whom President Sata has refused to recognize.

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4 Responses to Sata dares Deputy Minister Alfredah Kasembe to go ahead and resign

  1. Things are really bad of late pa Zed. Let us say bye-bye to 2013 and ask God’s intervention as we welcome 2014 with prayers maybe things will be okey.

    Kamunu
    December 30, 2013 at 11:44 am
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  2. Cobra must really miss his time as opposition leader. The Venomous one must be a really old-school politician. How can he be annoyed when people resign from his malfunctional government?

    Kuku Mbendu Wa Zabanga
    December 30, 2013 at 11:54 am
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  3. More will resign,at least i know a good number of them.boza 2016,nafuti nafuti.president for all zambians.

    Rebased"Usefull"
    December 30, 2013 at 4:49 pm
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  4. Bakateke besu it’s like he gets excited when he sees a crowd and enjoys talking. If he has such information, why not summon his minister and talk to her? No wonder GBM resigned because mudala doesn’t bridle his tongue. So Kasembe will now be viewed negatively and be under surveillance by OP. Just resign mama and regain your freedom

    Eros Ilunga
    December 30, 2013 at 7:28 pm
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