Lungu’s scheme to win 2016 elections

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President Lungu waves at the audience during the celebrations

President Lungu waves at the audience during the celebrations

President Edgar Lungu is reported using government systems to ensure he wins the 2016 presidential election.

 

Sources in government have told Zambian Eye that Lungu is desperate to retain power and is not leaving any stone unturned.

 

The source says the use of police to intimidate the opposition is one tactic that is being employed.

 

Another tactic the source says is to woo support from the recent teachers recruitment exercise and the increase of salaries for civil servants.

 

“The current recruitment of teachers is another eye opener for the opposition not to be sluggish in their mobilisation but to be sober and of a sound mind,” a source explained.

 

A source added; “the recruited teachers are not only employed to spy towards the 2016 elections but a great recipe of rigging the elections particularly in the urban areas like Lusaka and the Copperbelt and part of Northern and Luapula.”

 

The PF party is very worried about UPND entry into these areas, according to the source.

 

“PF knows that, they can’t rig in certain provinces where it is clear that UPND is totally incharge, hence making sure that the waters are kept in unstable manner for UPND in areas such as the Copperbelt and Lusaka and Northern provinces so as to make it look like the main opposition party that the electorate are considering as the alternative government does not have great numbers in these areas,” the source further said.

 

The source explained that the PF is not worried about the MMD that is why they allowed it’s leader Dr Nevers Mumba to campaign on the Copperbelt without being interrupted by the Police like Hakainde Hichilema. Dr Mumba this week campaigned in Ndola and Luanshya.

 

The preacherman spoke freely and the police never said there were security challenges.

 

“Security challenges shall only arise when UPND go into those areas,  our source involved in the scheme told us.

 

The source says there are also moves to have the MMD go into an alliance with the ruling Party in the event that a 50 plus one percent is enacted by Parliament.

 

“This has been orchestrated by the new pf godfather “nine mwana Wanyoko ” the new master dribbler after the late Chiluba. Mr. RB is persuaded to make things possible for Chagwa once again.

 

Make no mistake, this is why President Lungu is boasting of staying longer in office than one and half years. As Nevers is on the copperbelt right now and HH decides to go back now,  HH shall be disrupted by either the police or PF cadres. It is therefore imperative for HH to move forward without fear.

 

Yesterday the commander in chief, President Lungu went to solicity for votes in Arrakan barracks by giving out certificates to only 68 soldiers, which his minister could have done or his command the army commander could have done or the chief of staff. At this time the President is likely to get anywhere a function is taking place because he is afraid that HH naisa hot.”

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16 Responses to Lungu’s scheme to win 2016 elections

  1. its always lies zambian media a useless cos they allow ifyabufi lyonse u cant even hear the truth fr the media as it was in the past its beta to even hear fr the streets cos it wil turn to be true. we love pf and Edgar so we wil jst vote not nefyo muletontonkanya

    chanda
    November 28, 2015 at 12:18 pm
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  2. Reading through, one can surely and truly conclude likewise. Mr Chagwa please relax power comes from God, if it is the turn for HH then you won’t manage with all the tricks put together. However let us see

    Bwalya
    November 28, 2015 at 12:28 pm
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  3. Majority zambians have learnt something under pf govt and will not make another mistake of voting for pf. Pf has failed and should be voted out in 2016.

    oga
    November 28, 2015 at 1:43 pm
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  4. The author of the story sounds like a frustrated Tonga who has another li another Tonga link in govt giving him false data.

    HH Techilema
    November 28, 2015 at 2:16 pm
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  5. The majority of Teachers salary ‘increament falls within the 4.3% , so most teacher’s increaments at that rate after about 3years of a wage freeze are as follows as from January 2016 salary K150,housing allowance K30 and transport allowance K10. So the whole total amount K180 salary and allowance increaments !!! God have mercy…..

    Bad Times
    November 28, 2015 at 4:13 pm
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  6. Kkkkkkkkk too bad to be frastated lyk this. Who does not know that 2016 votes will be a big revange for sure kwiina musamu or tricks lets just see hw we voted in 20 january 2015 and u espect ather provinces to vote for HH? We dont want pipo to campain in southern province and we want to campain in their provinces? How foolish z this? We beat pipo here and we want them to welcome us? We dont respect athers and want them to respect us? We start fights and blame it on athers? If we dont want pipo in our house y go to their houses? Lets just tespect every body and welcome all and all will be smoothy come 2016

    kaliyangil
    November 28, 2015 at 4:34 pm
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  7. True

    kaliyangil
    November 28, 2015 at 4:40 pm
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  8. UPND doesn’t stand a chance in Luapula, Eastern, Northern, Muchinga, Lusaka, and Copperbelt provinces. UPND will definitely have an upper hand in Southern province, but Central, Northwestern, and Western are up for grabs. Unfortunately, the latter provinces don’t have the numbers to help UPND. For example, the total sum of voters in Kanyama, Matero, Chimwemwe, Mandevu, Kwacha, Chifubu, Lusaka Central, Munali, completely offset the the UPND numerical electoral advantage in both Northwestern and Western provinces. To complicate matters further for the UPND, Westerners are more likely o vote for PF if Inonge Wina is Lungu’s running mate in 2016.

    Facts
    November 28, 2015 at 6:48 pm
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    • Dreaming, still dreaming. Things have changed so much. It’s hh mukwai.

      Bwalya
      November 28, 2015 at 8:39 pm
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  9. @facts cikala, from which planet do u hail from ? Mafi yakwa wiso, lufyono lobe. Cikala taulemona ubucushi buli mu calo and you still think the majority of Zambia fipuba nga iwe ? Ne mbwa yalikucila ukutontonkanya we swaini we.

    Fyono Fyono
    November 29, 2015 at 4:07 am
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    • Chakubaba, chakunkaula, chasomena chakukalipa because you have been exposed. 1+1= Ulusefye.just answer the question we chikopo we, instead of insults we want reasoning. Wechiwelewele

      Nshimpundu
      November 29, 2015 at 5:23 am
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  10. Lungu is panicking, HH is giving him sleepless times for sure. We are watching the unfairness lungu is entreating HH with, and because of that we the CB electorates shall give HH our massive support and unprecedented votes ever to upset lungu. HH is the man for 2016 and beyond. Lungu, if you want you can come to cb again and you’ll receive increased boos again. Leave HH alone!!!

    Memphis Shew
    November 29, 2015 at 4:43 am
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  11. pf should not include Lsk as their strongholds. In any case, reasoable people vote for govt based on performance and pf has not performed if you analyse objectively.

    Paul Erdos
    November 29, 2015 at 7:57 am
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  12. No need of insulting folks, let us debate issues. One Zambia one nation.

    Scorescore
    November 29, 2015 at 10:20 am
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  13. Stop talking about the Army you Idiots thereby exposing your ignorance on matters you do not understand. The President has always been the Guest of Honour to officiate every year when there is a graduation ceremony for Officers from various services which includes Zambia Army, ZAF ZNS Police, OPSD and foreign students who come to Kamwala Staff College when they complete the Senior Command and Staff Course.He did not come to ask for votes but he was just doing that as Commander In Chief of the Armed Forces and the function was held in Arakan Barracks.

    chiparamba nkausu
    November 30, 2015 at 8:16 am
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    • Niwe Umwana wakwa bufi. Lies

      Chanda
      November 30, 2015 at 11:18 am
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