Time for politics is gone – Lusambo

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addressing-the-people-at-the-ceremonysome-traditional-dancers-entertaining-the-at-the-ceremonyCopperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo has cautioned civil servants in the province against engaging in partisan politics especially now that elections are over.

Lusambo who is also Kabushi PF Member of Parliament said civil servants should realise that their allegiance is to President Edgar Chagwa Lungu and the government of the day.

He said President Lungu is in a hurry to develop the country and that civil servants found frustrating developmental efforts will be disciplined.

Lusambo was speaking on Saturday when he officiated at the 2016 Lesa Nkushe traditional ceremony of Chieftainess Lesa’s people of Mpongwe district.

“We are aware that some of you supported different political parties in the just ended elections and now this is the time to work. Avoid engaging in partisan politics and focus and delivering to the expectations of government,” Lusambo said.

He said the PF government remains committed to fostering unity and peace across the country.

Lusambo said Zambians should not allow politics to divide the nation.

“As government, we remain resolute to fostering unity and peace across the country. We are one people and thus politics should not in any way divide us. The One Zambia One nation motto will most certainly remain our national heritage and we must cherish it,” he said.

He added, “Zambia is a Christian nation which is governed by Christian values. This can be observed from the peace and tranquility experienced during the just ended 2016 general elections. I am glad to boast that the peace loving Zambians have once again embraced the spirit of unity and love for one another despite different political affiliations.”

Lusambo also stated that government will always rely on the knowledge and wisdom from traditional leaders in governing the country in a bid to sustain the peace and tranquility that the country has enjoyed since independence.

The Lesa Nkushe traditional ceremony of the Bulima people of Chieftainess Lesa of Mpongwe district is held annually to depict the people’s experience during their migration from the Luba-Lunda Kingdom of Kola in Angola and transit through conga to present day Zambia.

And speaking on behalf of all the Lamba Chiefs, Senior Chief Chiwala disclosed that the traditional leadership in the province has welcomed the appointment of Mr. Lusambo has Provincial Minister.

Senior Chief Chiwala commended President Lungu for appointing Mr. Lusambo as Provincial Minister whom the Chiefs consider to be their own son since he hails from Lamba land.

The traditional leader said the royal highnesses in the province are looking forward to a cordial working relationship with Mr. Lusambo.
Senior Chief Chiwala said the traditional leaders are confident that Mr. Lusambo will deliver to the expectations of the royal highnesses and the people of the Copperbelt.

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13 Responses to Time for politics is gone – Lusambo

  1. politics is an on going process thus can not be avoided.

    Sanks
    September 25, 2016 at 9:48 am
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  2. Lusambo is hallucinating. The Election is not over until the Concourt Petetion is properly disposed off. The Petetion is very much alive until its heard. HH is the Winner of this election but Lungu stole the vote. The Petetion Hearing will prove this. That is the truth and nothing else.

    Mwape
    September 25, 2016 at 9:50 am
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    • @Mwape its time you consulted your oracles ‘if you do have any’ All over the world it plausibly known that Pres E.C. Lungu won the rest in history

      Salapuka Mwana
      September 25, 2016 at 12:50 pm
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  3. Lusambo is saying the PF is in a hurry to develop this country.Where are you going to get resources from to use in developing this country when you looted our treasury during campaigns.Dont forget that your party did not win these elections.Even yourself when we recount the votes it will be discovered that you lost the Parliamentary elections.The case is not yet over.There are a lot of petitions starting from Councilors up to the President. You are all products of corruption and fraud.Muleumfwako insoni.You were speaking at the Lesa ankushe ceremony in Mpongwe where the Parliamentary Box containing ballot papers was discovered in the bush.

    Blackie62
    September 25, 2016 at 11:15 am
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    • @ Blackie62 You are still leaving in the past! wake up most Zambia lawyers nibakandile! wait until they suck the little remaining monies in HH pockets then they will flee away. Bowman Lusambo means well its time to get to work. you have no shred of evidence to back your allegation that PF looted govt money during election campaigns.

      Salapuka Mwana
      September 25, 2016 at 12:45 pm
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  4. Does he even understand what the term politics mean, the chap’s level of thinking is like that of madam Edith nawakwi who said that politics is just a game.

    Conspiracy Theory
    September 25, 2016 at 11:16 am
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  5. Very interesting.lusabo is CB minister,how come mwebena migodi pliz

    ww
    September 25, 2016 at 2:12 pm
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  6. Politics will be over once you address the issues raised by stakeholders –

    With or without Pf – govt work will still go on.

    Robert Sulamoyo jr
    September 25, 2016 at 2:40 pm
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  7. Civil servants allegiance is to de constitutional order of the country – As presidents come and go, so l don’t know what the minister meant.

    Robert Sulamoyo jr
    September 25, 2016 at 2:44 pm
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  8. A pure Lunatic of a guy he is…politics being over…only a fool will sink to this like a tortoise. Stolen victory with illegal and bought off institutions….what an animal farm arrangement.

    Aipepeta
    September 25, 2016 at 4:23 pm
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    • Institutions controlled by thugs en illiterates -pamaka pamaka all de way and destroying investors confidence both local en foreign.

      Robert Sulamoyo jr
      September 25, 2016 at 4:49 pm
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  9. Where is his “Die Hard” title fir the MMD

    Mike
    September 25, 2016 at 8:36 pm
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  10. People why waste your precious tym wit, in wateva means God z the one who choses a leader. He does ths 4 a purpose who r u to question HIM?? Be careful wit wat u say 2 leaders coz muleishamikafye God’s wil z nt your will. Jehovah God Mukulu so if there z senseless in yo thnkng its beta u keep it indoors

    juicy
    September 25, 2016 at 9:01 pm
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