Today’s sms

Why should HH, Nawakwi pick Copperbelt for power protests?


I am so surprised to hear that FDD and UPND will be in Copperbelt to protest over the increase in electricity tariffs! Do these two party leaders stay in the Copperbelt? Why can’t they stage this protest in their provinces. Shame on you, merciless people you are not such leaders Zambian people need. You only want to take advantage of situation. Tell people what you are going to do not just wandering if you have no manifesto. This is rain season for farming and why not do something constructive than to start cheating people as if you will bring heaven on earth. I will go to the polling station simply to say NO to you.

Maureen, Kitwe



Libongani had it coming and good riddance


I am one of those who asked President Lungu to send Mama Libongani on recess for not doing a good job on Post shooting saga and for sure it has been done. Congratulations IG Kakoma Kanganja on your new appointment. We are eagerly waiting for you to open investigations on the shooting that occurred at the Post Newspapers offices  and the earlier the better. As to our President I can only say thank you for listening to your people over Madam Libongani. I will personally know what I will do in that polling booth next year but you can count on my vote. Its yours this is the promise I make to you Sir.

Micky, Lusaka


Zambia in God’s hands


May the grace of God be upon our hearts, so that all burdens be lifted from our shoulders, necks. Do not give up on God, for his plans over Zambia, shall forever bear fruits, while the enemies of national success die of bitterness, as well as factors that frustrated the devil when Christ rose from the grave. Arise my dear fellow Zambians, for our God has given us light  to take us out of dark days of economic  hardships.

Prince  M. Kabala, Lusaka


Load shedding worries

Chongwe resident


Chongwe is having electricity problems. Lights go off around 16:00 hrs or 19:00 hrs and come back at 24:00 hrs or 23:00 hrs when people are sleeping. The people who own meat shops are suffering because their products are getting damaged. We should not keep quiet. We should act and make sure that this should not happen.

Luke from Chongwe, Kanakantampa



Kanyama cries for better roads


It is a fact that PF is busy  today constructing roads, but  I was saddened to see  the state of roads in Kanyama yet we have a PF MP there. We have this vital road called Mbasela Road which can connect Mumbwa and Makeni roads  right up to Soweto market, which has been neglected for some time.  With the onset of rains people there  are in trouble. This PF government is a let down to the people of Kanyama who voted for them in numbers.

 Concerned , Lusaka



What Sata would not have




Sata could not appoint Dora Siliya in his  administration because he knew her so much to even  refer to her as Dora Siliza.

S.S. Chitende, Lusaka


 Coal-fired power stations not ideal for Zambia


Coal fired power stations are not suitable for Zambia because of  the cost per kwn. Power from coal costs in the region of 8  cents per kwn. This power is too expensive for a copper mining country like Zambia. Mines here would not be viable at such tariff levels. So Government should tread with caution. I hope people are doing due diligence studies on these issues.

 Chris, 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