We are tired of politics, we want to work – Lungu

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Lungu at Nzenga farms

President Edgar Lungu says he is done with politicking and wants to divert his energy to the development of Zambia.

Speaking when he visited Sinazongwe district Nzenga Farm on the occasion of the national field day by NWK Agri-services, President Lungu observed that government wanted to partner with great initiatives such as the cotton farming at Nzenga farm to help develop Zambia.

He observed that the time for politicking was long over and between now and 2021 he wanted to make a positive difference to the development of Zambia.

President Lungu observed that government was not an island that can work alone if they wanted to successfully develop Zambia.

He observed that various stakeholders needed had key roles to play and his government was ready to partner with these stakeholders.

President Lungu noted traditional leaders, the private sector and the community and key stakeholders in the development of any region.

He advised the private sector to not fear government offices when they have challenges and requested that they always maintain an interactive approach in their business.

“Together we can develop Zambia. Your issue of the tractors we shall look into it and table it. We are interested in partnering with great projects like this one, We are tired of politics, it’s time to work we will get back to politics in 2021,” President Lungu said.

President Lungu said government would strive to create a conducive environment for businesses to flourish as their growth greatly contributes to the development of Zambia.


7 Responses to We are tired of politics, we want to work – Lungu

  1. Iwe ka mambala, whom are you trying to cheat ? After stealing the 2016 election votes, you think you shall lead a comfortable life, never baba. Uli ka mambala sana iwe and do not cheat people that you want to work but to steal with your cohorts who were poor before entering into government service but now are millionaires. You have emptied the government coffers because of your recklessness and you think we shall just keep on watching and looking at you like that, never. Wabipa pa menso kwati cishimu, nkakulasa ine, ukamona bushiku bumo bushilile akantu ukaisanga uli citumbi. I have never SEEN in the world over a government of cadres/ mafias starting from the President himself down the line to the least person and how can government institutions be run properly, effectively and efficiently ? Ka Mr. Humble ka bufi – stupid.

    Richard Mushipi Chinsali
    April 22, 2017 at 5:00 am

  2. I wonder, the failed MMD of siliya, mutati etc.are the same people steal ruling this country.this time are they going to perfom magic?
    don’t we have new blood in the country? i fail to understand this nation.you reject a bunch of thieves this year and next year you go to the polls you vote for them and you expect magic to happen.those people they are not their to serve the people ,but to compete on world billionares.you will cry until you cry no more. mwanawasa and sata were the only presidents with the hearts for the poor.innonge see what you ve brought in the nation.are you satisfied now? next is state of emergency.

    mumbi phiri
    April 22, 2017 at 11:30 am

  3. Completely ill-suited to continue as president of Zambia. Sad that we have such emptiness in leadership. We must make such useless ambitions which lead to continued poverty among Zambians a serious corporal crime, punishable by life imprisonment. Seeking power for its own sake without a clear personal vision to make the country better must be a crime in our criminal code. The presidency must not be treated as an ordinary job where one can just sit there having full meals, free gas, free air tickets, free shopping trips, free security guards, free facilities with nothing being done daily across all sectors to make the country a better country. The idea that winning an election must be an end in itself until the two terms are over must also be criminalized. We must get rid of empty tin-pots getting to the presidency in order to halt the decline of our resource-rich country since 1991.

    April 22, 2017 at 11:41 am

  4. Excerpt of he Chief Justice. Full letter on Zambian eye
    ”Your Honour the learnt Chief Judge, the Former President of the Republic of Zambia did not step down during the petition in August 2016 when our law demanded just that for the ConCourt to commence, but he did not step down in full view of your understanding our law. Hence the ConCourt did not commence the proceedings. Whose problem was this rather impunity? Don’t you think, Your Honour, as the Keeper of Our Law, The Chief Judge that our Constitution remains suspended to date because of that act of disobedience to our Constitution, though of course. It is impossible to eat a cake and have it. Our Zambian Constitution is very clear indeed. Zambia has only one constitution and it is called The Constitution of the Republic of Zambia. Maybe there is a constitution of the ‘republic of state house’

    April 22, 2017 at 11:58 pm

  5. Kwena zoona, thats why people fail at school. none of the people above has commented on Nzenga Farms in Sinazongwe and the contents of the subject. 2 out of 10 marks

    April 23, 2017 at 7:57 am

    • All this is because of the root cause of the problem, as it is he is masquerading as a Legitimate president. Let the courts conclude the petition then people will move on to talk about Nzenga Farms

      April 23, 2017 at 9:32 am

  6. This is not how a president works…..inspecting and supervising road works? A president should be a strategic thinker who spends time formulating good economic and developmental policies. He should be analysing the five year development plan and taking those ministers who have failed to meet their targets to task. W are tired of presidents and ministers who have relegated themselves to construction foremen !! TIME TO WORK my foot!! The president’s work is not about mixing concrete. Clearly we have very ineptude president and ministers running the country. This is the problem of having an accidental president….who has no clue at all.

    April 25, 2017 at 6:54 am

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