Lungu meeting Security Chiefs, reschedules his national address

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President Edgar Lungu has rescheduled his much anticipated National Address to tomorrow 10:00 hours, Press Aide Isaac Chipampe has confirmed.

Riots are spreading to many parts of the country following criminals that spray gassing people with some poisonous chemical.

President Lungu was this afternoon supposed to address the nation but has since gone into a meeting with his defense chiefs who include Kakoma Kanganja of Zambia Police and David Muma of ZAF among others.

President Lungu has since directed Home Affairs minister Steven Kampyongo to give a ministrial statement to Parliament this afternoon.

Today’s ministrial statement will be followed by the Presidential Address tomorrow Thursday at 10:00 Hours, said his Press Aide Isaac Chipampe.

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4 Responses to Lungu meeting Security Chiefs, reschedules his national address

  1. Fake news as usual

    Magaba
    February 19, 2020 at 11:06 pm
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  2. What is going on in Zambia? A seemingly organized gassing operation is outwitting the security wings who by all rational guessing know what is going on and who those perpetrating it are! Zambians are given value to the extent of how the national leadership think about the people! It’s all about maximizing on ignorance and acceptance of self devaluation by the Zambian people! Zambians are satisfied with low expectations of the leadership and are resigned to thinking that the living standards being experienced is the best “God” has bestowed upon the nation! Wake up people! Leaders who God anoints to lead the people He too grants wisdom and vision! God as the Bible attests chose leaders to deliver the Israelites to freedom marching from Egypt to the “Promised land.” Leadership changed hands along the way and the clergy can admit that the human element still brought forth challenges and leaders changed hands until the goal was achieved! The Israeli as enslaved in Egypt were not one tribe but unity made them stronger! Their leaders were not selfish and left it to God to anoint who the leadership to bear torch would be. Think deeply here we are in Zambia pretending to be religious but hypocrites!

    FuManchu
    February 20, 2020 at 2:39 am
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  3. I am personally very disappointed with Zambia Police and other security wings for their failure to combart gassing criminals in Zambia. I know that they are political appointees but for once they must do their duties. Politicians come and go but GRZ and citizens move on. The failure of politicians must not go to GRZ. Its now am seing GRZ failing along with politicians. Is current training at Lilayi, ZAF and Zambia Army so useless? Other countries are watching our secirity lapsses.

    janza kumbeke
    February 20, 2020 at 8:45 am
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  4. Strike the hammer while iron is hot

    Harry Chinkumbi
    February 20, 2020 at 9:31 am
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