Prophet Bushiri’s licence cannot be cancelled – Mines Minister

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Prophet Bushiri

Mines Minister Christopher Yaluma says the Mining license for South Africa based Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri cannot be revoked as suggested by MMD Cadre turned Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo.

Lusambo last week gave Prophet Bushiri seven days ultimatum to apologize to Religious Minister, government and people of Zambia or have his emarald mining licence revoked.

But Yaluma says a licence from a mine operating company can only be revoked
if the Government discovers that there is an abrogation of the Mining Act.


10 Responses to Prophet Bushiri’s licence cannot be cancelled – Mines Minister

  1. Leave the man of God alone…

    Past k
    May 23, 2017 at 10:25 am

  2. So why was Bowman appointed to the lofty position of minister for such an important province when he is clearly thicker than two planks? How does the Head of State look the other way when cadres are threatening to revoke a mining licence because of an alleged insult? I listened to the video where Bushiri was complaining about the way hhis spiritual father was turned away at the airport. No insult there. Really sickening.

    May 23, 2017 at 10:33 am

    • Two planks? 15 billion planks that dunderhead

      May 23, 2017 at 9:01 pm

  3. Look at the controversies emerging from the PF. They are both ministers in government, the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing. The Problem here is Bowman and Godfrida are empty Political tins which make noise to Please the bigger tin which hates almost everyone in the World. One wonders how these time found themselves to be part of Leadership. This country is absolutely destroyed.

    May 23, 2017 at 11:02 am

  4. Yaluma is a matured minister. He knows his job, no wonder God has kept him in that position.
    President Lungu must dismiss the embarrassing corrupt ministers.

    May 23, 2017 at 12:13 pm

  5. I told you that only God is the highest Not these political drums.Wish this Ugu could take action against these fools abusing authority. You can now see that we have a lot of bad eggs in government stools who want to victimize innocent people just to make a name.ShaaaaME!!!

    Best Cop
    May 23, 2017 at 12:28 pm

  6. That’s how a mature minister handles things in the interest of national development and unity not the so called Lusambo Awe sure ni missed call. I agree with saimbwende personally I watched it the guy did not attack the government as it is purported he only complained of the decision made by the Minister which in my opinion was her opinion to do so and by doing so it attracted criticism and all that. That’s how people live in a democratic country. Don’t expect that bcz you are a minister you can say anything and everyone will fall for it. That’s a primitive way of governance. That clip if anything it’s among Bushiri and the two bishops not even minister. The Minister was quoted because Bushiri was worried why she’s being used by the two bishops that’s what I saw. I don’t think this is a national concern because we dont fall under the leadership of the two bishops as a country. We all have our won pastors and all that. That’s their battle.

    Mwina Chishinga
    May 23, 2017 at 12:52 pm

  7. Former MMD members now in PF are the ones who are extreme. They are doing everything to justify their acceptability and to show that they are working. Bowman Lusambo is trying too hard. Concentrate on service delivery.

    May 23, 2017 at 5:16 pm

  8. Imagine, unbelievable even an academic institution honors this Bowman. Is that true? How can a honored doctor fail to known or understand such basic.Tuli mu bwafya with these so called Doctors in nothing.

    Wiseman from the East
    May 23, 2017 at 5:50 pm

  9. A lot of the confusion that goes on could be eliminated through simple respect of boundaries,areas of jurisdiction and recognition of hierarchical authority. At that level the minister is able to separate politics from professionalism.
    We need more of such. It’s like when there is a clash between a politcal party spokesperson and a government spokesperson. Who should give room to the other. Who must take preeminence? Or should it be one person to hold both positions. The options?

    kay map
    May 23, 2017 at 9:44 pm

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