Todays text messages

Chipimo lauded over the

2016 decision


I applaud Elias Chipimo’s well thought decision to pull out of 2016 presidential polls. This shows that unlike the seasoned UPND loser HH Chipimo is not power hungry. He is a realist who does not want to deceive himself that he could beat the PF.As a PF youth I urge all well-meaning politicians to withdraw and leave PF alone in the presidential race because they deserve another mandate.

Chanda Marvin, Lusaka



Why is the Post always

 reporting lies?


Lies and negative reporting by the Post newspaper is unhealthy to the nation in the sense that even if one day they reported the truth people are not going to buy it. Suppose there was news published by the Post newspaper there was war somewhere in the country how are people going to run for their lives if it thrives on lies? M’membe and his propaganda newspaper are a hazard to the nation.

Lawrence Tembo, Lusaka  




Let’s live in unity


May I humbly request all radio stations to calm down and be respectful because I have never seen a compound, church or village managed by a political party. Above all, MPs from different political parties sit together in Parliament. People must respect each other just as they want to be respected.

Senior citizen



Zambians should vote

wisely in 2016


I am appealing to registered voters in our peaceful country Zambia to prepare to vote in next year’s elections. Your vote is your voice and it will determine which direction this great country will move to. There is need to be wise as we choose our leaders, let us not be bought with beer and chitenge materials. The problems that our country is faced with need a leader who has a vision, and determined to bring about change.

Jackson Tembo, Lusaka 




Political leaders should quickly condemn violence


The leaders of different political parties should condemn violence which is coming from their cadres. Remaining quiet when there is a problem will not help this country in any way. The best thing to do is when there is violence you quickly come out in the open and condemn the perpetrators. This is in connection with the violence which took place in Kitwe and the recent attack on Mama Inonge’s family. Being mute to me means you are in support with what the cadres are doing. Once we lose this peace we have it will be difficult to bring it back.

W.N, Lusaka



Zambians should work together to develop the nation



This country can only see change when we put our political differences aside and begin to work together for a better Zambia. Our land Zambia is blessed with so many natural resources;, the problem we have with our political leaders is each one of them thinks they are the best. The solution is in all of us working together and not looking at which political party one belongs to or which province one comes from that has nothing to do with change.

Mwangala E, Lusaka



Well done President Lungu



I welcome the directive by President Edgar Lungu to DCs on the Copperbelt to find available land for the retrenched miners at MCM and KCM and I am appealing to Government to help them with farming equipment and inputs.

Daniel Tembo, Lusaka  





Some media houses up to no good


It is a fact that some media bosses and some opposition leaders are sadists and economic saboteurs. The earlier our Government realizes the better for Zambia. These people cannot hold us hostage in our own country as if we don’t think to allow them to continue on the path of destroying our country with impunity in the name of freedom of speech.

Concerned citizen