Thursday, February 29, 2024

The November 25 Mayhem at DEC offices in Pictures

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Running for dear life...Kafulafuta MP George Mpombo runs away from the police and tear gas when he joined PF cadres at the Drug Enforcement Commission

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Patriotic Front cadres flashing Father Bwalya's red card outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices.

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Patriotic Front cadres flashing Father Bwalya's red card outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices

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Patriotic Front cadres show solidarity to their leader by sleeping on the main road outside the drug Enforcement Commission offices.

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Patriotic Front cadres dancing and singing outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices

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An unidentified youth helps Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo rinse his face when they were tear gassed.

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Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo rinses his face when they were tear gassed

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An unidentified youth helps Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo rinse his face when they were tear gassed

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Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo rinse his face when they were tear gassed.

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Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo is 'drunk' with tear gas smoke

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Kafulafuta Member of Parliament George Mpombo experiencing the effects of teargas with tear gas smoke.

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Mr Sata's bodyguard Judge Ngoma shouts at the police before the mayhem at the Drug Enforcement Commission offices started

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Mr Sata's bodyguard Judge Ngoma shouts at the police before the mayhem at the Drug Enforcement Commission offices started.

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Mr Sata wipes his face after inhaling tear gas smoke

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Mr Sata cleans his face

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Patriotic Front leader Michael Sata with sore eyes after inhaling tear gas smoke

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Mr Sata talks to journalists after the police sprayed his party supporters with tear gas outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices in Lusaka

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Mr Sata and George Mpombo in the background talk to journalists after the police sprayed his party supporters with tear gas outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices in Lusaka

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A PF cadres confronting the police with stones.

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A PF cadre confronting the police with stones

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PF cadres block Ridgeway road by sleeping on the tarmac outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices

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PF cadres jostling to get into motor vehicles after the police fired tear gas to disperse the unruly crowd outside the Drug Enforcement Commission offices

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PF cadres take to their heels after police fired tear gas canisters to disperse them from the Drug Enforcement Commission

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Police cordon off the entrance to the Drug Enforcement Commission

52 COMMENTS

  1. hmmm.hmmm.! it was bad huh! ba mpombo nabo bamulomo,how did he find himself there? every peace loving zambian should condemn this in the strongest terms.

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  2. Nice pictures but very embarassing for Mpombo.Thats what you get for associating with PF cadres! I supported Sata for a long time but I’m lately not seeing any presidential material in him.Infact I think it will be dangerous voting for him. I wish there was a vibrant young leader we could have as an alternative to PF/UPND and MMD. oh my beloved Zambia!

  3. George, i told you Boma ni Boma. leave sata to go it alone. Just remeber even our founding father, KK was shot in the tako by chilubs police..

  4. The police were provoked by the Cobra.Nowonder in his second visit to DEC,he went with his close cadres,Lubinda, MumbiPhiri, Kapata and that poverty stricken MP for kanyama.

  5. #3 you just took words out of my mouth..indeed Boma ni Boma. They don’t call it Boma for nothing. What a hard way to find out by Mr Mpombo. Am sure that was one hell of a good exercise for him in like 25 years. Am sure he even had muscle pains the next day.

    Pic #19 and #20 future PF MP and Member of the Central Committee going through the party practical induction exams. Probably fresher from Kulima Tower school of economics or Mataro University. At least they should do their practicals in the bush not in the middle of the city

  6. Sata’s bodyguard Judge Ngoma’s shouts at the police before the mayhem,clearly depicts provocation which the ZP could no longer entertain.Sata clearly asked for this, and I bet as a former chain smoker,ba sata did not have a problem inhaling the tear gas.

  7. #5 chi MMD **** licker, muka.pono.ka ba feekala imwe next year. Dont think that you will be in power forever. What the **** are you saying boma ni boma? Just wait you will see. Enjoy your peace while it lasts. 2011 is around the corner.

  8. IM VERY HAPPY FOR MPOMBO HE GOT WHAT HE DESERVED BUT THATS JUST A DYONKO YOU SEE HE CANT EVEN RUN PROPERLY. HE WILL NEVER REPEAT SUCH A STUUPID ACT AGAIN. IM SURE HE WANTS TO STAND ON PF TICKET IN KAFULAFUTA. THATS JUST PEPPER IN YOUR EYES SHIKULU SATA AND YOU ARE CRYING NO WONDER THE SECOND VISIT YOU LEFT YOUR CADRES AND KAPONYAS LIKE CONVICT GUY NGOMA BEHIND

  9. RB must be told this was too much on his friends.Sata and Mpombo did not deserve this excessive kind of treatment.

  10. Ba Mpombo naimwe! you should have been in ndola at your sorry excuse of a farm, preparing your land instead of provoking ZP.Mind you this will be your last gratuity from parliament and a crop harvest would be handy next year.Its no rocket science that poverty is lurking nigh your doorstep Mpombo.

  11. Ba Mpombo! I love this man’s photos. Remember the one when he was kneeling in front of the late LPM who looking rather disinterested and irritated, the one of him behind bars and now these ones! The guy is a joke. If pf kaponyas are made of the hard stuff, how come they did not go to the DEC offices the second time the old snake appeared? Is it because Sata still has not paid them for their pains?

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  12. # 5-MMD a.ss licker bwanji kamunyamata ? Looks like you enjoy seeing pf on the receiving end ? Will see u next mwana..basop.

  13. zambia police may lookm fulish when not asked to act but once they go in action its trouble. dont urgue just ask mpombo and look at how he took off like a duck or ichibata. hhe hhe hhe ba sata how come second visit you went alone not even your wife the beneficiary of the two cars could escort you. sata is scared of impilipili in his already red eyeskuti waseka kwati nachiwama hhe hhe hhe hh e

  14. Serious pictures. I fully agree with Katalina on #1 – all decent, law-abiding citizens should condemn such politically motivated strife. Also quite embarrasing for grown up, dignified, aspiring leaders to be caught up in a vigilant street mayhem.

  15. People should find better things to do, if all these cadres had even tuntembas selling tomatoes that would keep them occupied and earn a little money than singing unnecessary praises at any event to a point of even being gassed.

  16. Wish Mr. Mpompo dropped some Political landmines as a former defence minister. Utumashamo twalibakonka ba mudala: falling into the DAM (swimming pool) after being chased by a monkey to this. Nshishibe whether his suit is oversize or he has lost weight. I think his clothes didn’t fit mwee.

    Mr. Mpompo’s dictionary doesn’t seem to be working nowadays. could be because of his alliance with Ba Sata.

  17. I wonder why a mentally stable person can vote for sata for presidency……………….last ministry was ‘ WITHOUT PORT FOLIO’ WHY?

  18. These tear gases were not healthy exposure for Sata a moving coffin with a clogged heart surviving on artificially inserted metal pace setters in his sick and tired heart. Mind you even his diaphram is clogged and such pressure could lead to a catastrophic airlock. He learnt a lesson on his first DEC visit that there is no respector of persons in law enforcement. To avoid the risk, on his second visit he had to avoid company of cadres.

    Mpombo is too dirty what is really going on in his life? And where was his dictionary to save him? Didn’t know that PF kaponyas, Sata and Mpombo are sissies until this theatre.

  19. George Mpombo, hahahaha lol pic #1. So the man can still run,he looks like he is about to faint! Ulimbe mudala. This pic is straight out of a Fastele comic strip! Lol:)):))

  20. Judging from all these comments, Zambia will never prosper in anything with majority of *****s like you on this blog laughing at Sata and Mpombo. This is very serious and in any developed Nations it is very unacceptable for the Police to use force when there was nobody rioting or none of them was in danger from the PF cadres. We all know MMD is the ruling party and other parties are there to oppose what the ruling party is lacking to provide, but as MMD they resort to force, using their under paid and malnourished Police. ZAMBIA IS MY COUNTRY OF BIRTH BUT I DON’T AGREE WITH IT’S POLITICAL IMAGE. 100% OF ZAMBIANS STILL LIVE IN POVERTY, 90% OF HOSPITALS STILL USES STONE-AGE MACHINES, 1% OF ZAMBIANS ARE THE POLITICIANS WHO LIVE AND SEND THEIR KIDS ABROAD FOR BETTER LIFE AND EDUCATION.

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  21. I do not partake in these political arguments often, but the fact of the matter is that those cadres had no business at DEC offices and they were professionally dispersed by hard working (but not appreciated) Zambia Police. that’s what teargas was meant for to disperse unruly crowds like that one……. The officers have the Job of manning that Gate (DEC) and if some People try to false there way in should the officers just stand aside………if the Police had calmly let them in Believe me they would have done something else just to provoke the Police……

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