It a shame for RB to receive a multimillion house

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RB’s retirement House

Why should a President deserve a multimillion house after loosing an elections? When our people especially  in rural areas have no clinics and schools. They are  squatting in thatched schools without, books ,desks and a chalk board . There are no medicine in hospitals,even where to write your a prescription is a seroius challenge. Where is our proirity?.

It’s a shame and lack of morals for former President Mr Rupiah Banda to receive a multimillion dollar house with two hands amidst abject poverty and ailing economy.

There are more deserving cases in this Country  than building a rich man a house worth millions of Kwacha.

Surely where is justice there are a lot of people who have died on a que hopped to be paid their benefits one day .Because of failure to pay long of ques ,govt decided to increase retirement age from 55 to 65 years so that the time they are retiring at  65 years they would be beyond recognition.

It does not make sense for a President to fail to build a house after serving one or two terms of office.
Presidents are the most privileged individuals  in a country. They sit on serious govt deals such as arms deals,oil deals and other govt contracts .They also receive serious kicks backs from the business community.

Anyway what do they do in those offices apart from enrichment themselves in illegal deals and accumulating allowances through unnecessary travels.

They are voted out of offices because they fail to perform to the expectation of what they promise,they are voted out of state house because they fail to improve the lives of the majority, yet they are walk away with a multimillion dollar house.

Vincent Chaile

President for Radical Revolutionary Party  (RRP).

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14 Responses to It a shame for RB to receive a multimillion house

  1. you are very dull and your analysis is lacking substance… you should be researching before you expose you dullness in public or better still keep quiet if you have no idea of what you are talking about

    Independent Observer
    November 22, 2018 at 11:47 pm
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    • Mr man u talk shit to yur fellow complainant as if u get a normal salary
      why don’t u say something that will b be beneficial to those who will b reading yur post rather than you calling some dull as if u are saying something sensible are the the same people aba foger ifi paper fya kusukulu
      chikala chobe idiot
      your friend is saying something sensible uleponta iwe mbuzi

      Unknown
      November 23, 2018 at 3:01 pm
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  2. what a shame,really.

    ireen
    November 23, 2018 at 6:35 am
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  3. I think it’s ok , th building of houses for former head of states hasn’t started now, th p
    problem wit us Zambians we complain on almost everything. I see no problem RB receiving the house

    amora
    November 23, 2018 at 7:04 am
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  4. like seriously you had to write that 🤦🤦🤦he served well and deserve it

    oxnams
    November 23, 2018 at 10:06 am
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  5. good thinking

    tasman
    November 23, 2018 at 10:43 am
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  6. a less coast house would have suited him multimillion is too much

    kasanzale
    November 23, 2018 at 11:23 am
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  7. may bemy question is are we going to build houses for retired presidents once we wipe out hunger and poverty in our country? let us think beyond politics ,in my mind what they shoukd introduce quotas that is to say each time we build a house for a president President then they should also off set the backlog of former govt retires equivalent to twice the value of the house built. a retired president deserves a house mr author not what you are saying.

    anto mwe
    November 23, 2018 at 11:59 am
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  8. let us honour them but also spend on clearing retires twice the value spent on the President’ house and more especially thoz who retired in the same year as that President no one should be left out

    antomwe
    November 23, 2018 at 12:04 pm
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  9. may be my question is are we going to build houses for retired presidents once we wipe out hunger and poverty in our country? let us think beyond politics ,in my mind what they should introduce quotas that is to say each time we build a house for a president President then they should also off set the backlog of former govt retires equivalent to twice the value of the house built. a retired president deserves a house mr author not what you are saying.

    v

    anto mwe
    November 23, 2018 at 12:15 pm
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  10. They should have build him a Rupiah Banda Library (to store his memoirs, political books, his legacy staff, etc) , which is accessible to members of the public. As for his house, It is not the responsibility of the Gov’t – he must have saved enough and built his by now. God bless Zambia!

    James
    November 24, 2018 at 9:51 am
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  11. They should have built him a Rupiah Banda Library (to store his memoirs, political books, his legacy staff, etc) , which is accessible to members of the public. As for his house, It is not the responsibility of the Gov’t – he must have saved enough and built his by now. God bless Zambia!

    James
    November 24, 2018 at 9:53 am
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  12. Better to keep quiet than writing about things that are out of your control. You would also be happy if you were in RB’s shoes. That man did a lot for our country. You may talk of corruption and some other stuff but don’t forget that he is also a human being who is bound to mistakes. The fact that he managed to maintain peace (there was no war) during his tenure is good enough to earn him a house from the government.

    PLEASE keep quiet!

    One Lusenga
    November 24, 2018 at 12:30 pm
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  13. Who told you that RB never had a house before that government house? He might have millions of kwachas but that house is an entitlement which is enshrined in the constitution of Zambia.

    One Lusenga
    November 24, 2018 at 12:32 pm
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