Mandevu resident angry with MP and Lungu, regrates voting PF

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Arnold Kausa a resident of Mandevu constituency in Lusaka the capital city of Zambia took these photos and wrote:


This is what we the people of #Mandevu_constituency are facing, #Jean_Kapata has failed completely. The roads are unpasseble, what have you done Jean? Why did we vote for her? Lungu you must step down, give chance to others because you have failed Zambians man.


10 Responses to Mandevu resident angry with MP and Lungu, regrates voting PF

  1. Hahahahaha…..kuti wasekesha no mulwele… keep that problem to yourselves!! Some Zambians never learn!

    sorry wrong number
    February 24, 2017 at 3:27 am

  2. That is being idiocy in terms of stupidity, why should they cry when they chose to eat their dung , the k5 they used to eat from Kapata is now working. They are haversting what they sewed . Their cries should come to an end . j

    February 24, 2017 at 6:08 am

  3. Nonsense – so the MP and the President caused the mess you are in in Mandevu? This resident is just as useless as the flood situation in his Constituency.

    February 24, 2017 at 10:15 am

    • You are a qualified imbecile in the name of OneNation – Foolish.

      American Sizembi
      February 24, 2017 at 12:16 pm

      • If you watched DSTV Channel 403 on Tuesday evening,you should have seen how some roads in Cape Town looked like huge rivers due to heavy rains that brought in the floods.Even if HH was in power there is no possibility that he could have made all roads in this country floods free.

        Yesterday morning,Millemium Radio hosted a Mr Kunda from the Millemium Challenge Account?? who ably explained how they are working to improve on the drainage in Lusaka.Please have a habit of listening to radios and TVs so that you can appreciate that it is not only Mandevu in floods troubles but many other areas.Lastly,a family in South Africa lost their beloved daughter who was swept away by floods which destroyed a lot of houses.

        February 24, 2017 at 4:00 pm

  4. Capetown has road storm drains which just overspilled due to excessive water from rain. Meaning after a while the water drained away. These roads in the pictures above have no storm drains, meaning when it rains, they are actually ponds! Where is government’s long lasting solution? People in that area are witness that their roads are impassable every year. And every year you see disaster management unit trying to something at the hight of a problem. Why don’t voted policians work on these prblems before hand? Life of people is NOT disaster managed!! So don’t protect LIES of politicians, by comparing roads in matero to roads of cape town. These two are not the same!!

    sorry wrong number
    February 25, 2017 at 2:16 am

  5. Arnold Kausa or Kalusa is a loser and a dull one.
    If he was born yesterday then we can forgive him, but if he is an adult my advice to him is for him to visit Chainama ASAP.

    Are these the first floods that Mandevu and Lusaka in general are experiencing?

    Are PF members’s houses not flooded as well?

    We prayed for rains, God has answered our prayers, floods are a by the way thing

    Mbubo Mbubo
    February 25, 2017 at 10:45 am

  6. Kalusa Shut up you are loser like your name.
    Mandevu in 2006 you rejected Mwanza,
    2011 you rejected Banda
    2016 you rejected Phiri,

    The loss is and sufferings are yours to bare and you will die losers.

    February 25, 2017 at 5:06 pm

  7. Chawina is a big fool how can you compare Cape Town with this thing am seeing in the picture in Mandevu constituency this looks like a small dam not a road have you ever been in Cape Town before you are just trying protect your Minister.

    Amin Sichalwe
    February 26, 2017 at 9:46 am

  8. natural things and happenings should not be mixed with artificial or politics.GOD IS NOT MOCKED BY INTELLIGENCE OF MAN

    February 26, 2017 at 9:51 am

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