NAREP Secretariat responds to George Chellah’s Statement

Youth clad in colourful yellow NAREP branded T-shirts during the clean-up of freedom way in Lusaka
Youth clad in colourful yellow NAREP branded T-shirts during the clean-up of freedom way in Lusaka

NAREP has issued a press statement in response to State House Assistance for Press and Public relations to the President George Chellah.

Below is the full response

GEORGE’S PARALLEL UNIVERSE
NAREP’S RESPONSE TO THE STATEMENT ISSUED ON BEHALF OF STATE HOUSE

Mr. George Chellah has issued a response to the press statement issued by the NAREP President, Elias Chipimo Jnr. on Thursday 10 January 2013. Mr. Chellah’s statement continues the trend of nearly all his previous statements. It appears to have been written in angry haste.

He has asked President Chipimo to “pinpoint where the PF Government has failed, and provide alternative grounded options rather than spend time in a day-dreaming or theoretical session about what he wishes to happen”.

Here is what we asked for in our press statement:

    • Opportunity for our youth to flourish in decent work and enterprise
    • Our women to be protected from violence and discrimination
    • Government to work with traditional leaders to empower rural communities
    • Government to apply public order laws in a non-discriminatory manner
    • Running water in homes
    • Homes connected to a stable supply of electricity
    • Our ministers not to fly abroad for treatment when they have neglected the health institutions at home
    • The PF to concentrate more on promoting development than seeking political domination

Mr. Chellah’s statement sheds an enormous amount of light on why we are not seeing development for our people under the PF. He believes that these requests are “day-dreaming and theoretical”!

Had Mr. Chellah read the NAREP press statement more carefully, he would have noted that we have not said the PF has failed. We in fact point out that it is not our desire to see the PF fail because if they do, it is the people who will suffer. Our statement accuses the PF of placing priority on triggering by-elections and harassing its political opponents at the expense of prioritising development. We stand by this statement.

While we believe that it is important to prosecute those that have committed crimes involving abuse of office, we are in no doubt that the attempted prosecutions against the certain members of the Opposition has not been consistent with a genuine fight against corruption.

We have evidence that the type of things Dr. Nevers Mumba is being accused of having done are flourishing under the PF administration and it is for this reason that we see the recent arrest of Dr. Mumba as being politically motivated. We shall make this information available to the public at the appropriate time.

We pointed out in our statement that the country is in a crisis due to: high mealie-meal prices, continued and preventable daily deaths at clinics and health institutions around the country, continued load-shedding, lack of access to clean water and sanitation, massive formal unemployment, laying off of workers because of the hasty introduction of laws and regulations without adequate consultation, defilement and sexual exploitation of our young women.

However, since Mr. Chellah has asked us to identify the PF failures (and he would do well to remember the saying: be careful what you wish for), we present a summary of some (not all) of the promises that were made by the PF:

      • Demolition of shanty towns and the building of better planned houses in 90 days
      • When PF comes into power there will be no load-shedding
      • There will be no abuse of the public media
      • PF will do away with the Public Order Act (because it’s a colonial law)
      • PF will create employment for the youths
      • There will be better sanitation for everyone (46 years of independence Zambians cannot be using pit latrines)
      • Cholera will be a thing of the past
      • PF will reduce the size of Cabinet
      • PF will increase bags of fertilizer for our farmers
      • PF will deliver a people-driven constitution within 90 days
      • Enactment of the Freedom of Information Bill
      • Imposition of windfall tax on mining companies

We think that if Mr. Chellah sincerely wishes to talk about lies and deceit, we can start with the list above and engage in a sensible dialogue about how we can constructively move forward on each of these matters.

We intend over the next ten weeks, to highlight each of these promises and other areas of poor governance (one a week) and to provide details of the PF’s failures in the specific sectors related to these promises and to other areas of political, economic and social development.

We shall commence with the mealie-meal crisis. We will also set out NAREP’s proposals on the way forward once we have demonstrated the failures.

To be fair and balanced, we will also point out the things PF is doing well and where it has succeeded. Perhaps after more public discussion on these issues it may become a little clearer as to which of us is living in a parallel universe.

NAREP SECRETARIAT
12 January 2013

89 Comments

  1. 1 flag Zebige

    I bet this is the five minutes of fame for narep. Losers !!!

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    1. 1.1 flag ftj

      BECAUSE THE HAVE SAID THE TRUTH AGANEST THE SATANIC GOVERNMENT,THATS WHY THEY ARE LOOSERS??? 1-SATA BECOME A LOOSER WHEN HE SEEKED HELP FROM A LOOSER CALLED SATAN TO BECOME PRESIDENT.2-SATA IS A LOOSER SINCE HE HAS NOT FORFILLED ANY OF THE PROMISES MADE TO THE ZAMBIANS.3-SATA IS A LOOSER WHEN HE HAS TRUSTED MMBEMBE,KK,KABIMBA,NCHITO,MAHTAN ETC AND HAS FORGOTTERN THE TRUE FIGHTERS SCOTT,KAMBWILI,GBM,LUBINDA.4-SATA IS A LOOSER WHEN HE STARTED TO ATTACK HH,NEVERS AND NOW CHIPIMO…..THE BATTLE IS THE LORDS.

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    2. 1.2 flag shortcake

      You’re the biggest loser here!

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    3. 1.3 flag Wanu Ngwee

      Zebige: you’re in for a shock. These NAREP guys appear to be living up to the political dream of educated Zambians – politics of substance and development. Big up to NAREP, our politics have remained ancient for far too long!!!

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    4. 1.4 flag Wanu Ngwee

      @Zebige, just go back to the picture above and see how filthy a major street in the heart of CAPITAL CITY looks. That malaria breeding pool in the middle of the littered street tells how well the PF is doing!

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  2. 2 flag Jay Jay

    Very mature articulate response from NAREP secretariat its a shame that the highest office in the land has been staffed with inexperienced emotional entities like young George Chellah.

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    1. 2.1 flag Nshi sunda chisunde sunde kano fye mu muntu

      When the people ask for issue based politics, this is what they mean. Why cant all opposition political parties learn from young Chipimo? He does not lose anything by not just pointing out PF failures and offering alternatives but appreciates PF successes as well.
      This is what we would like our politics to play out… sensible, mature, articulate and issue based.
      My word of advice to NAREP is that go out and talk to pipo as no all have access to the print or electronic media.
      You are on the right track to state house

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    2. 2.2 flag Jay Jay

      Spot on…unfortunately its too advanced for this calibre of dinosaur leaders we have today. We only have ourselves to blame for tolerating the insults and the mudslinging: it very difficult to cheat people in an issue based debate. We deserve better…

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    3. 2.3 flag Blue Blood

      What did you expect from someone who was practicing gutter journalism at The Post? It is surprising that the Zambian presidency can have such a half baked spindoctor.

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    1. 3.1 flag Musyalike

      Now we are talking.

      One issue per week after some research of real life situations will keep many people listening. Starting with this calm and bold statement from NAREP Secretariat.

      Keep calm, keep talking and keep going.

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  3. 4 flag Shaka

    Nicely articulated response. It simply shows what difference going to a proper school will do.

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    1. 4.1 flag Robin

      Oxford Product

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    2. 4.2 flag Kumar

      School? To a lesser extent. Level headedness? Absolutely. George Bush was a Yale graduate. Go figure!

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  4. 5 flag Tom

    Ba kaponya ba PF be wise otherwise your exit maybe terrible looking the way chipimo has responded.Remember Zambians are watching you and taking note of your evil behavior.

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  5. 6 flag Ba Zed

    I like this response, quite mature. Chellah has a lot of growing up to do.

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  6. 7 flag Thomas

    This is what i call constructive critisism. I am PF and I feel like Narep is engaging the government on many issues constructively and the motive behind that is very clear. They just want our government to perform for and fulfil their promises for the good of the country. Kudos Narep

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    1. 7.1 flag Mbambande

      Thomas say something of substance you seem to come from the same crop of PF human beings. Be analytical and elucidate truths of the article, weigh against your PF govt wrongs and numerous failures that is being crafted for its legacy.

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    2. 7.2 flag It's a worry(tribal blogging is primitive blogging)

      What does it mean when you say “I am PF”? What is there in the PF that one would still be interested to identify themselves with this tyrannical party?

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  7. 8 flag Just sayin'

    A party that can maturely respond to criticism, unlike the ever defensive ruling party. Apparently, the grammar was too heavy for George Chellah, so they put bullets n simplified it for him. I love NAREP, fresh minds at work

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  8. 9 flag sansamukeni

    George Chellah, u not a politician, help President to restore his image, NAREP had always been ssensible and constructive in their criticism, instead of wasting ur energy, help tje President realise Kabimba and Syvia Masebo is taking PF down! Also find time to ask Dickson Jere what arrogance does!!

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    1. 9.1 flag Lobengula

      Muuze!

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  9. 10 flag Christopher Mulenga

    NAREP- Laughable

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    1. 10.1 flag Mbambande

      Mulengs: Your name alone says it all.

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    2. 10.2 flag ftj

      ITS YOU MULENGA SATA?OOH OK.BECAREFUL,YOU ARE THE NEXT TO BE SACRIFICED AS A POWER ACTIVERTOR IN THE KINGDOM OF DARKNESS BY PAPA SATA.KAILI NI DON,T UKUBEBA.THE BATTLE IS THE LORDS…

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  10. 11 flag Volcanologist

    It will do good for the PF to listen and learn rather than showing ignorance of issues raised. The rating of PF achievement in government is poor and the achievements made under MMD might be lost and Zambia shall end up even more poorer. PF is showing its dullness by forgeting the so many promises they made. As if that was not enough dull Serpent Cobra Ukwa Sata CNP during a church service at St. Ignistius that all Zambian children must have 3 square meals and not just his children. That was a silly promise as mealie meal is expensive and how many are having 3 meals? As if that was not enough, Ugly Cobra said that no mother should die in labour yet our mothers ve continued dying in labour. PF leadership is spent force and Zambia is in for a rude shock. For me i casted my vote wisely.

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  11. 12 flag DK PLANET

    The thing is provide alternative solution for the same.otherwise you will fail to adress all these issues even when in govt. This is simply a developing country period. You can’t make miracles.Don’t pretend.

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    1. 12.1 flag Katswiri

      Then Ukwa shouldn’t have made all those promises. He should have known better as he has been in previous governments before this.

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    2. 12.2 flag Rocky

      True Sata shouldn’t have made all these promises. People don’t forget

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    3. 12.3 flag Blue Blood

      Did you read the article well? NAREP has promised to provide solutions after discussing each PF lie on a weekly basis.

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  12. 13 flag Zambia Why I Left

    PF should demolish shanty compunds and build planned settlements in their stead, e.g., Ibex Hill – just 1km near the US embassy!

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  13. 14 flag So Wat

    HAhahaha imwe guys we are one. First option Pf second Narep third None.

    hehehe support government of the day. Am both PF and Narep.

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  14. 15 flag skanka pakunya

    Given Lubinda should join NAREP

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  15. 16 flag kampusa wabo

    Great response. This is what Zambia needs instead of the PF emotional outbursts and threats.

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  16. 17 flag nshilimuemba

    I like this kind of critisim we need such we indeed points maturity is the issue. Keep it up let them see where they have gone wrong and correct up thanks narep

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  17. 18 flag Nostradamus

    I can’t wait to read the response of insults from that ka George Chellah, he is an embarrasment to Sata. Sata should have taken mature people like Ben Kangwa, Doreen Mukanzo as his press secretary.

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    1. 18.1 flag Denilson

      Sata sends such people abroad to embassies!!

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  18. 19 flag mature

    if only chella had listened to my advice………
    anyway, don’t cry over spilt milk.

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  19. 20 flag levies Matipa

    NAREP you just another ****** in the making without direction. The Government is already working on those things you have mentioned, in your dreams you think the damage Banda did to this Country can be reversed in 11 months.
    Let us be practical this Government means well and they are addressing those challenges. What makes you think that your Chipimo can do better. Let us learn to appreciate. These guys are the best so far, not those who were just busy stealing if Ngayo.

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    1. 20.1 flag ftj

      YOU AND YOUR GOVERNMENT VE NO DIRECTION…..THE BATTLE IS THE LORDS

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    2. 20.2 flag daudi isabi

      ithout any doubt you are simply menatally retarded!! PF made those promises themselves and nobody asked them to promise us descent toilets within 90 days….. So it is now more than 480 days (not 90 days) and there are no descent toilets and there is no sign of so toilets being constructed. So to you and your ugly head was that not a lie by you PF? Grow up and stop defending the indefensible!!

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    3. 20.3 flag Cat Power

      Levies there you go again embarrasing your selves as PF. Narep is not saying these mistakes can be corrected in 11 months. It’s having a plan to address issues and concerns about the lies 90 days etc. May be After Narep release there Strategies it will be a four year one.

      Dont respond without thinking like b.loody gorrillas that only realize that they have slept with there duaghter after s.ex.

      Be pro active please and learn to listen and read between the lines. your a sme to the World. Thank you

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  20. 21 flag Floyd Chitalu

    If all opposition parties could take it like NAREP, we can move well together as a people. Very mature and constructive criticism based on issues rather than personalities. This is really strong criticism which PF can look at objectively and react practically by addressing the issues raised. There are limits of time and space in which some of the issues can be solved given the some are short term medium term and long term. NAREB is not in a hurry of taking things as if PF govt must end today, tomorrow or that next day, forgetting the mandate of five year term. There is wisdom and intelligence being displayed here. Not like them who criticize like the end is now. We are all in it together, shaping the future of the country, whether in govt or not. Talking like Armsterdam can’t help us.

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  21. 22 flag Cobra

    The lack of robust statistical data vis-a-vis disability including prevalence rates in Zambia results in a “democratic deficit” in as much that Disabled People Organisations do not have benchmarks by which to hold the governments to account for disability rights commitments

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  22. 23 flag edward

    Expulsion is not the ONLY solution but reconciliation. We would like to see reconciliation to begin from the party level before we can see at National Level. We may not be PF but we like your ministers and any harm to them sends wrong signals to all. The party is not for the few who can speak loud but to all the members .

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    1. 23.1 flag Nostradamus

      What the hell are you talking about? You just bought a new phone with internet access?

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  23. 24 flag Hakainde Sunkutu Kadansa

    This is indeed mature criticism. This is what is called providing check and balances and not checks & BullS**t being perpetuated by some other oppostion leaders. Keep it NAREP you are the party of the future.

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  24. 25 flag P. Jere

    Am getting more and more impressed with the young man Chipimo. I have supported PF but in fighting and harassing opposition seems to be their priority. For instance the harassing of Given Lubinda , mumba ,GBM are some of the case in point.
    And the two Lubinda and GBM have reacted manually than the trash we hear from Kabimba who has no people manded

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  25. 26 flag 11 misseed calls

    …and BA1964 within 90days. President Sata can only function as opposition leader. Nawakwi once said that Zambia would become a laughing stock

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  26. 27 flag MALIKOPO

    NAREP SHOULD BE MOE PRACTICAL ON THESE ISSUES, EVEN OBAMA HAS NOT FULLFILLED HIS ELECTION PROMISE IN 5 YEARS SINCE IN OFFICE. ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY ,OPPOSITION SHOULD GIVE PF AT LEAST 5 YEARS BEFORE MOANING. DONT FORGET THE RB AND HIS THUGS IN M.M.D FINISHED THE WHOLE ECONOMY OF ZAMBIA IN 3 YEARS AFTER THE DEMISE OF LATE PRESIDENT MWANAWASA. ZAMBIANS PLEAS WAKE UP AND STOP DAY DREAMING AND LET YOUR GOVT DELIVER THEIR ELECTION PROMISES.SUPPORT PF AND BA SATA AND THE RIGHT TIME WILL SURELY COME IN IN 2 OR 3 YEARS . MOANERS PLZ HAVE SOME LITTLE PATIENENCE

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    1. 27.1 flag Katswiri

      What exactly did RB plunder? Much as I loath the MMD, they left the economy in a healthier state than where the PF has taken it todate.

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  27. 28 flag Umumbulu

    Mr. Chipimo I will advise you to check in the Bemba encyclopedia ,the meaning of DONCHI KUBEBA.

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  28. 29 flag Zyukuwalola

    We mulumendo Sata, ale lyene “zyuku walola. Walalisha.

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  29. 30 flag Shimpundu

    Am suprised to note that even now people do not know that it is easy to say than to do. That is theory Ba CHIPIMO Jr. Practical is something else ask Sata or even Obama!

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    1. 30.1 flag Katswiri

      Exactly the point we are saying Shimpundu. MCS was in previous governments and by promising all he did and some in 90 days (especially the constitution), either he knew that was possible or he was on something hallucinogenic.

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  30. 31 flag Airtime Sakala

    If NAREP had any seats it would be relevant. As it is, they cannot deny it is theoretical. Anyone drinking beer in a tavern could make these same points, it doesn’t mean they are relevant

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  31. 32 flag SK

    If you have evidence of corruption or abuses bring them out, it is your duty as an opposition party. That’s what they call CHECKS AND BALANCES, it is exposing the wrongs of the ruling party not shielding plunders in the name of opposition.
    If you take a first punch in politics, best advice is never to reply to what follows, NAREP is digging it’s own grave if it starts to reply to everything PF says. Chipimo and his people should start selling their policies to the people, confronting PF on issues which were mismanaged by MMD will not win them any followers. MMD had 20 years to put things right but they bombed! and you ask them as your colleagues why they did not correct what you have outlined. Political campaign promises should not be used as reference, but manifesto of party.

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    1. 32.1 flag Katswiri

      Really SK? Tell me you dont mean it that political campaign message shouldn’t be used as a basis to judge a party once elected. In your world, how many voters do you think voted PF based on their manifesto and not the message that Sata was delivering on his campaign trail?

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  32. 33 flag RAW JIK

    Actually George Chellah is as much of a flop in State House as all the other Presidential press Aides we have had. Its not his job to be speaking on behalf of or defending the PF. The PF can be defended by kabimba or its party spokesperson. Chellah is a civil servant who should restrict himself to facilitating Media relations with the presidency (never the PF) By defending the PF Chellah is straying from the job description that we taxpayers pay him for. Mr President give me that Job just for a month and I will clean it up!

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    1. 33.1 flag Denilson

      He has no choice if his boss is camera shy!

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  33. 34 flag Wantanshi

    The GOVT must move fast to maturity. Must become adult. They are still in a delinquent stage of youth. Ain’t healthy, this state of affairs.

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  34. 35 flag Henrique

    I thought the statement would draw us to the glaring abnormality of a Government spokesperson defending the ruling party. I reckon Mr Chella can not differiate his role in the party and government – believes he the bulldog for the Prez.

    Nice though to see that ZAREP has foot cadres. Mobilise the youth and make them part of the bigger plan to determine the future of this country and the victory will come!

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  35. 36 flag nshilimuemba

    ves who have plundered our economyDo you think you would have done any better where you going to with stand the pressure from thieves who have plundered the economy I don’t think so and the critisim

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    1. 36.1 flag nshilimuemba

      Development goes step by step judge pf after the 5years not so early

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  36. 37 flag chitapi-meno-ngwe-mutu

    If Chipimo continues like this, he will be Zambia’s next president. This is the sort of intelligent communication that the opposition are supposed to be doing. UPND have been concentrating on disjointed vocal criticisms that do not carry much intelligent material in them. MMD has the same problems of in-fighting that PF is having, still mired in old kind politics of depending on parliamentary debates. ULP and ADD parties, although small, are headed by educated Zambians like NAREP is but have not been forthcoming in terms of solid point-by-point hammering of PF’s record and instead they have also depended on Parliamentary debates to criticise govt. My only worry is that PF will soon appoint Chipimo in order to shut him up…hopefully he is not doing this as a strategy to be appointed.

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    1. 37.1 flag fisenge

      Well said, however, I feel chipimo is not sure whether to be in opposition or join pf. If MBR gave him a position he could gladly take it. He is lukewarm and this is costing him. To say pf has scored some success is an insult to the pipo. The govt is not performing becoz pf has no road map or manifesto. MBR has everything on his head like a ka ntemba owner.

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    2. 37.2 flag Blue Blood

      Well said! Since Sata is a disciple of KK Zambians should not be surprised that Chipimo has been appointed to some ministerial position just to shut him up. That used to be Kaunda’s position. Hopefully NAREP does not revolve around Chipimo.

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  37. 38 flag Grant

    Very well thought through response. If HH was responding to government like this he would have gained massive political mileage by now

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  38. 39 flag Indiginaization

    After the fruits of the trip 2 Brazil, things have fallen apart btwn PF & NAREP. NAREP though a political dwarf in Zambia has offered the most mature engagement 2 PF. They’ve exposed the PF inadiquecies & lies. We salute NAREP. PF take a leaf from the NAREP technocrates.

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  39. 40 flag daudi isabi

    Chellah’s reponse was so childish in itself but worse still he authored it on behalf of the president even if the president may not have authorised it. These are things that demean Sata because people take this to be Sata’s view of the world although Sata himself is more accomodating and reasonable! Chellah still behaves like all other Post reporters and that is unacceptable.

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  40. 41 flag Proud Zambian

    Mr. Chellah! The Catholic Church has given you the Intelligent young man who can do with writing well for you. You are shame. You are too emotional in your writing. Ask Mr. Victor Peni Mwamba II to edit your scripts for you before you shame self in public. The Young man Peni can even do great Job than You Chi Chellah very childish and immature.

    Am PF and Listen to the Advice of the wise! Let the PF Corrupt Wynter defend the PF, you are are a civil Servant! You are the most dullest Aid to the President Zambia has ever had in history. You need to be fired.

    You can even adhere to the wise. Even the Pupils from David Kaunda cannot react like that, very emotional and childish.

    Bravo NAREP! Read, think and speak your mind. At times been quite pays! Silence never betrays.

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  41. 42 flag SK

    Katswiri,
    We join political parties because we believe in what the party stands for not what individuals believe in. Just because HH believe that women belong in the kitchen, it does not mean that’s what UPND as a party believe in.

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  42. 43 flag Yambayamba

    With this kind of sober mindedness, Chipimo Jnr and NAREP will be a force to be reckoned with in the “very” near future. Unlike other opposition parties led by bumbling egotistic and self-aggrandizing buffoons, Chipimo and his young party are showing maturity beyond their years.

    Keep it up guys, God bless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  43. 44 flag Rocky

    This is what we need. Way to go NAREP. We need to jack these guys up

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  44. 45 flag Trigo

    If NAREP can continue with this issue based politics then i dont see why they should not be voted into power. Very mature response.

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  45. 46 flag Consultant

    Finally, a party I can belong to, I have forever bemoaned a lack of issue based politics. Looking forward to find out how I can join the party.

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  46. 48 flag Fchibs

    George study a case before you make any response.Sit down and grasp the contents than embarrasing yourself in the media like that.

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  47. 49 flag malinso

    No membership due to poor party regallia, yellow t-shirts only..ah its a Shame

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  48. 50 flag marsky

    Perfect and timely Chips keep it up we will support you

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  49. 51 flag mufela

    Does leadership realy come from God?if so why do some ***** like to insult our president?dem satanists let’s not just write things without thinking,if any both the president and the country need seriouse prayers,chipimo and his party are doing good to advise the pf,let’s all do that,not just bluffing

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  50. 52 flag godfrey Benvolio

    The approach by NAREP is one of maturity. My thinking is that Mr Chellah was hasty in responding to issues raised by NAREP without sober analysis. It is this attitude that made MMD to lose power. Let us admit and say we have not attained what we promised the people but we are working on it. Arrogance and self righteousness in and denial in the face of current issues it will not help anybody lest of all the people in power because the people are seeing these things. Remember that the Zambians are keenly following your progress. So its not NAREP its the people. It we continue to deny the truth much longer I can safely argue that PF is gone come 2016

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  51. 53 flag Lala Boy

    # 2 – Ka ftj icisungu as if you never reached standard 1. Seleni tubombeko

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  52. 55 flag Kandolo

    When is the first press conference under the PF? maybe some of the “lies” can be discussed there.

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  53. 56 flag chabota

    Why can’t other opposition leaders base their politics on issues like NAREP are doing. People are now beginning to take notice of NAREP. Bravo Chipimo and co.

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  54. 57 flag Lead vocalist

    Good points narep.keep it up.zambia needs you.

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  55. 58 flag opness

    interesting have seen some comments before reading i wonder what zambia will build with such lazy people who want to contribute withour looking at the quality of what they say

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  56. 59 flag Reuben Kabala

    Lets give P.F time development does not come like manna deed from heaven, they still have a long way to go and a lot to deliver, we’re with you PF you’ve all our Support.

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