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What is that which Hakainde Hichilema has done for the state to even stop thinking about the mysterious murders that are happening each day all over the country, especially in Lusaka to be following him. HH mighty have lied, but surely how many lies or false alarms did our president make when he was in opposition and was not arrested by RB?
I told Zambians before the elections that the previous president, Rupiah Banda if he was a devil, then he was a better devil than now president Michael Sata. I even mentioned some of the things that Sata was likely to do if he became president of Zambia and true to my words thatâ€™s exactly what has been done.
Sata has turned Zambia into a police state today in order for him to have absolute control and completely destroy democracy in our country.
How can you even doubt a person who has brought close to himself people like Robert Mugabe, Fred Membe and team; Kenneth Kaunda and his UNIP people?
This clearly shows that we are back in the days of wamuyaya. Sata has brought close to himself these people to help him manipulate and control the masses like both Kaunda and Robert Mugabe did so that they just think that he is the only one.
I have a feeling that people will be arrested on tramped up charges, severely punished or even killed mysteriously for opposing or speaking against the part and its government by the overzealous PF members because that's what was happening during KK and happens in Mugabe days.
But please can someone tell Sata that he has more pressing issues to attend to than hunting the head of HH for supposedly lies. Sata and PF should pay particular attention to the continuous load shading by ZESCO, brutal murders happening in our country, poverty and lack of quality health services and facilities among other things.
How can Hichilema become a thief and liar to Sata today and yet just some few days ago this is the man Sata was in alliance with so that they could remove MMD out of power?
Iam not in any way supporting the UNDP president, Hakainde Hichilema for supposedly lying as has been reported by pro-government newspapers because lies are bad and any one in the habit of lying is not worth to be a leader.
If HH has chosen to take that root in order to woo support, the best thing to do is to expose the lies and leave people to judge for themselves if at all that's the kind of a person they want to be their leader. I believe our people are busy watching all of us and come 2016, they will make a good decision. So no need for PF and the president to be having sleepless nights, especially if they are addressing the problems of our people, as they are saying. But if they are the ones who are lying then they should know for sure that they going and none of the lessons and support from Mugabe, KK or Post Newspapers will be able to save them.
The REPUBLICANS are back!
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