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ABZ party officials implored to stop commenting on Sata’s health

General News ABZ party officials implored to stop commenting on Sata's health

Opposition Alliance for Better Zambia team of trustees Chairperson Janet Chileshe has implored all party officials to desist from commenting on the health of republican President Michael Sata.

In a letter dated June 19, 2014 addressed to party president Frank Bwalya, copied to party national Chairperson Dexter Zemba Moono and made available to Qfm news, Ms. Chileshe says it will be an act of charity befitting the ABZ for all party officials to avoid any insinuations and innuendos regarding the health of President Sata and any other future presidents.

Ms. Chileshe says it is also in her considered view as ABZ team of trustees Chairperson that the law regarding how to deal with the health of a Zambian president is also adequate.

She says it is for this reason that she strongly feels that all party officials including party president Father Bwalya should avoid any comments on the subject of the health of the republican President that may be deemed negative.

Ms. Chileshe states that she trusts that as the main face of the ABZ party, Father Bwalya will also resist the temptation to go against her kind advice and guidance.

Ms Chileshe has also wished continued good health to President Sata and all national leaders including Father Bwalya.

10 COMMENTS

  1. father bwalya; you are well versed with the bible; does it not say turn the other cheek; tolerance and forgiveness will get you very far; I am a Roman Catholic like you and feel sad that you have embraced the world instead of the Word;

  2. @JUDGE.Why not worry about your next course of ARVs? cause even if ba Sata dies nje he will be buried under a bulk of very expensive copper

  3. Ba Ms Chileshe – let people be free to enjoy their freedom of expression. Let Sata resign, if he is unwell then people will stop talking; besides Sata started all this anyway. Amazing how pay back comes sometimes!

  4. @Lamfras I ASKED WHAT IS CHEWING BA UNCLE?AND THERE U WITH PF MENTALITY BRINGS IN SOMETHING ELSE ABOUT GOLD & BURIALS BA PF EVEN 2 + 2 U CANT ANSWER

  5. This young lady is deliberately forgetting that Sata, as mad as he is, he belongs to the public, his health is subject to his masters’ (the public) scrutiny. So far the president’s conduct and appearance both strongly testify that he is mentally and physical NOT OKAY! In this situation it would be humane to force him to step down and relax in retirement. Pretending all is well with Sata would spell doom and possibly land us with another expensive funeral we can scarcely afford. If it happened he died, God forbid, the murderers would be those living in denial and preventing the president from stepping down.

  6. ms chileshe is right lets talk about issues affecting zambians,you have scored madam chileshe at least if you stand i will vote for you in any election

    • And in your wisdom the president’s health doesn’t affect you? You are as ignorant may be as should be.

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