A New Journey for Zambia – video

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  1. Thank you our incoming president Hakainde Hichilema.
    You are well organised, hardworking, structured and focused.
    Evidence is there before our own eyes.

    Viva #FlightHH2015

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    • This Bantustan project conspicuous code named “A New Journey for Zambia instead of for Bantustan” was doomed at its unholy conception. Laughable is that alll Bantustan in consent of the Tonga only for UPND Presidency have blindly endorsed a fellow Tonga no matter his none sale-ability and deep devotion to promote tonga tribal agenda appointed for. VJ has endorsed HH because he is fellow tonga, Maureen Kabuko endorsing HH because both are Bantustan in the Bantu botatwe cleansing project of Bemba/Ngoni personality in politics. Sadly, they don’t have winning number.

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    • You can tell the man is very sincere and not using rhetoric when he talks. I love it! However I’m not sure Zambians are smart enough to appreciate a good thing when it hits them in the face. Besides there is lots of ‘Foreign’ money being poured into the other camp.If in the unfortunate event the UPND doesn’t win don’t give up there is 2016 coming. Anyone with a brain can see that HH is a good man and has a heart for this country.

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    • The whole “New Journey for Bantustan” project is died.

      Revelation of HH defeat and desperation has been re-enforced by the party’s unleashing of their insulting cadres online and in community radio talkshows masquerading with Bemba or Ngoni names. Even their campaign songs have all abandoned Tonga. You come to pick up this desperation on Radios by the accent and struggle to pronounce words properly. One is left wondering if our brothers are just embarrassed with themselves or feel tonga under which the doctrine of tonga only for Presidency is none selling among the majority Zambians especially in the cosmopolitan constituencies? They have realied too late that such doctrines are doomed from day one not even the bantustan project. It is only represents 25% of the country unitary…

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    • @Mwenyo …Why is there so much hate speech from Mwenyo. Why can’t he just support his candidate without being hateful and tribal. Why does he hate one tribe so much. What have they done against him. Why is Mwenyo calling innocent people by such painful names like Bantustan. Why does he hate Tonga’s so much. Why… Why… Why. I want to ask peace loving Zambians to denounce PF becuase of people like Mwenyo. Let us reject these people who want to divide and destroy Zambia. Let us make Mwenyo pay for his hate by voting for HH.

      VIVA HH. 20th January you will win by a landslide. Come to Lusaka and lets have 5 rallies and put a final nail in the coffin of PF. We doing it!!!

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    • Rupiah Banda and Dora endorsing Lungu, is that tribalism? Can we be balanced in our comments.
      Viva HH

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    • Pwa ha ha ha ha….come Jan 20th,EL will be president of Zambia while HH will remain president on the radio and the internet. My fellow PF supporters,lets not engage in violence no matter how much you’re provoked,let HH return to South Africa where he stays without him having any excuses as to why he will lose this election. I hear he stays in SA and only comes back to Zambia for holidays and that’s why he’s promising most of the things the PF has already delivered.Viva EL

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    • Now you compare this quality to Edgar Chakolwa lungu. Sad the Zambians are walking dead- If so wasn´t the case people would laugh at lungu for even dreaming to become president without a vision. Anyway, only God knows. Are we cursed?
      Zambians lets try to think. Its not illegal to think and do the right thing.

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    • The man is either dancing or talking in disjointed sentences. What is his message exactly.

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    • All i heard was kwamana mu bemba ngu satani.

      The father was a cattle rustler ,those are the animals he inherited .

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    • Thats my president speaking.

      HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHh

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    • # 1.5 The Bricklayer,

      I beg to ask you what is hate in my straight talk?

      1). Wasn’t HH appointed under spears and a doctrine of Tonga only for UPND Presidency?

      2). Weren’t Patrick Chisanga, Bob Sichinga and Sabwiba all VP to Mazoka chased with spears that they are none tongas to lead UPND?

      3). Isn’t the congregation of Bantustans cam bantu botatwe a project aimed at a tonga President only to promote the bantustan cause and to urgently cleanse Zambia of bembas and their cousins?

      4). Have you ever heard HH disassociate himself from “Mu Bemba ngu satani” hit song in UPND campaigns?

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    • @ Nubian princes, HH’s messege is:
      Creating real jobs, improving the education system, lowering the cost of living, supporting farmers, providing cheaper healthcare, building BETTER roads and infrastructure. This is what HH promises to deliver. Lungu, if you have a vision and you believe you are the right candidate then accept HH’s invitation to a live televised debate to discuss these issues. HH is ready anytime.
      Wina azalila

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    • Zambians deserve better than the disorder and 50 years of poverty we have suffered from. HH for a better change.

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    • The chap is simply a fraud with a forced plastic smile…shame!!

      He doesnt have a uniting and development agenda for Zambia.

      January 20, 2015….Halelusa Hagain

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    • See,any Jim and Jack can say what HH is telling us. We all want to change the country alright,but if you are asking for people to vote for you,it wont hate to go a step farther and make the voters understand how it’s going to be done.

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    • This HH is making cry. Lord we have a great man right here!!!… Why go for a Edgar Lungu??? I feel so touched.

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    • Good Video. He just needs to give more specifics on the how all of this will get funded? Free education and better healthcare are not cheap to provide for any Government.

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    • Tiyopa ka tribalism chabe. Maybe that is why the presidency is eluding you guys. Repent! My condolences in advance!

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    • WE LOVE HH BUT NOT FOR PRESIDENCY. HE IS SIMPLY NOT LIKED BY PEOPLE AND RIGHTLY SO FOR BEING SO COLD. ZAMBIA NEEDS A SOCIABLE, CHEERFUL, WITH HUMAN TOUCH PRESIDENT. HH DOESN’T CUT IT. EVEN THE PERSONAL GAIN FROM THE SALE OF COMPANIES IN ZAMBIA DOES NOT GO WELL WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS PRESIDENTIAL AMBITIONS. THE TRIBAL TUG ON HIM MAKES HIM EVEN WORSE. FORGET ABOUT THE MONEY HE BANK-ROLLS THE PARTY AND PUT ANOTHER TONGA WHO’S CLEAN WE GONNA VOTE FOR HIM. ZAMBIANS DON’T HATE TONGAS, THEY HATE HH FOR PRESIDENCY.

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  2. Pretty you guys you are jokers ,open your eyes to see ,cant sense that under5 has a slim chance of winning.

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    • YOU KNOW THAT’S WHAT SURPRISES ME. TONGAS ARE SO BRAIN BUT WHEN IT COMES TO HH AND HIS MONEY THEY BECOME SO DULL AND BLIND. WHAT’S WRONG WITH OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS. OPEN YOUR EYES AND EARS. HH IS SO ARROGANT AND FULL OF INSULTS WHEN HE GETS INTO STATE HOUSE IT WILL BE WORSE. HE IS NOT AS HUMBLE AS LUNGU AND OTHER TONGAS WE KNOW. ALL ZAMBIANS SMILE- HE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO DOESN’T. WAKE UP YOU GUYS AND SMELL THE COFFEE.

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  3. This is a very sincere man. We do not know God’s will about your election. We pray that His will is that you become the incoming president of Zambia!

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  4. If southern province is now the whole zambia then HH will win but since thats not the case Lungu is winning come 20 Jan. This is a fact. Go on insult us the majority but blame the guy who brot democracy.
    Viva EL Viva PF

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    • For sure EL is winning. You know friends, we need to banish tribalism and not allowed its agree noise a stage. We can see it and therefore let’s avoid it. Zambia is for all Zambians!

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  5. Where on earth in civilized countries will a presidential candidate sing about the country’s plenty resources, poor leadership qualities, setting priorities right , ensuring that all people have access to full quality education, health care, so on and soo forth and expect to receive even a single vote without articulating on how he will practically achieve that? The singing of all these should be left out to political amateurs. Please Mr hichilema, Mr Mumba and all others make your political promises practical and attainable . Stop lecturing theories, we all can say that, even better. Win our vote by explaining how you will do things better.
    Thanks

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    • @spy masra
      HH is ready to debate with Lungu and explain his promises but Lungu is not capable of debating because he has no vision.
      Viva HH

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    • @9.1 EDGAR LUNGU DOESN’T NEED TO DEBATE WHAT HE WILL DO. WHAT EL WILL DO IS ALREADY ON GROUND BEING DONE. HE WILL JUST CONTINUE WHAT IS BEING DONE AND JUST MAKE A FEW IMPROVEMENTS IN FEW GREY AREAS. ZAMBIANS ARE FED UP WITH POLITICAL RHETORIC AND A SHOW OFF OF BIG WORDS ONE HAS JUST QUICKLY CHECKED UP FROM A DICTIONARY TO IMPRESS THE VIEWERS/LISTENERS. PEOPLE ARE ALREADY IMPRESSED WITH PROJECTS ACCOMPLISHED UNDER THE LATE SATA AND THE PROJECTS THAT CONTINUE TO BE UNDERTAKEN.

      IVOTE PALI EDGAR LUNGU ZAMBIANS FOR MORE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS THAT ARE TANGIBLE.

      JANUARY 20 EL IN STATE HOUSE, KWASILA.

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    • Exactly. Generalisation. Everyone in any country wants free education. Better hospitals that are free. To put resources available to better use.

      But what’s new? How do I decide between you and Lungu?

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  6. Creating real jobs, improving the education system, lowering the cost of living, supporting farmers, providing cheaper healthcare, building BETTER roads and infrastructure. This is what HH promises to deliver. Lungu, if you have a vision and you believe you are the right candidate then accept HH’s invitation to a live televised debate to discuss these issues. HH is ready anytime.
    Wina azalila

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  7. So inspiring indeed! It’s all about simple technologies and hard work!
    HH’s humility reminds me of the sincere humility in the Bamangwato of kharma’s village in Botswana – wealthy and powerful and yet humble and caring people! Botswana is blessed to have had such cultured leaders!

    It baffles me that 80% of Zambia’s Agriculture budget is Maize – FISP and FRA – reduced to cash cows for politicians – trucking businesses – transporting maize to Lsk and fertilizers back to the maize source!

    There is more to Agriculture than just maize! Our rural economies used to thrive on Agriculture and we never used to talk about rural poverty!

    God is giving Zambians their last opportunity to emancipate themselves from mental slavery and poverty here!

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  8. With due respect to HH’ hard work as an individual. There is nothing he has said we have not heard before. The speech or political advert. is as predictable as what he will do next; Go to State, start appointing and swearing in the same people we have seen before maybe even hibernate in State house and stop listening to the frustration of everybody. We have been through this road before. He will also start to do exactly the opposite of what he has promised. For me HH could have done well not saying any of this. Zambia does not need this quality of a leader telling the obvious which he might not even fulfil. Is it too late to reconsider a Government of National Unity (GNU) to steer the country in a new direction? Sickening to hear all this.

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  9. BY THE WAY ZAMBIA DOES NOT NEED A NEW JOURNEY. WE’VE BEEN ON A LONG JOURNEY ALREADY. WHAT ZAMBIA NEEDS IS A NEW DIRECTION. HAVE YOU NOT BEEN ON THE JOURNEY WITH US MR HH?

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    • Dr. Eustace Wabo, when you establish that you need a new direction what is the next step? I believe it would be a journey towards that direction. New direction… New journey!

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    • The situation Zambia has found itself in should be considered as a learning process and an opportunity. I hope we all realise the importance of the events of the last three or so months. Change of direction is a new journey in another direction. Well thanks for the timely lesson you have kindly offered Tore Bia or whoever you are. I have learnt one more thing in this time that we have all been so challenged to, if at all we realize it.

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    • WE RISK SLEEP-WALKING THIS VERY IMPORTANT PROCESS WHEN WE’VE HAD AN OPPORTUNITY (ARISING FROM AN UNFORTUNATE SITUATION) TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

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  10. Mwenyo, whatever you call yourself what about the question you have been asked about Mr. RB, Mrs Siliya endorsing Lungu etc. You are deeply ingrained in tribal remarks and you think you can win that way. Such innuendos are currently on quick sand. They will not hold longer. Terms like bantustan are even supposed to be censored by the Lusaka times to avoid giving a wrong impression of their fora, also because that is hate speech.
    There are so many many many respectable people who have endorsed HH’s candidature and all of these have done it on principle not on tribal association. You are a bad weed

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  11. Very well articulated. I look forward to hearing an issued based comment from EL supporters.

    But of course, they have zero capacity. All the know are tribal insults that only drive voters to look to HH for leadership.

    Thanks Manyo, Big L and others for making EL less attractive through your tribal comments.

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  12. Agony is being an ardent supporter of PF and then RB joins PF.

    @Robin what you are experiencing in medical terms is called hallucinations. Hearing and /or seeing things which are not there or aren’t being said is serious. You should immediately consult a psychiatrist.

    @Peter yours is called denial. You can either consult a counseller at KARA counselling or if the symptoms are accompanied by insomnia you can consult a psychologist.

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    • Agony is when victory for your political party was dependent on confusion in the ruling party, only for them to decide to put their differences behind and forge a united front.

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  13. Mr. Hichilema, thank you sir for caring enough to go on, despite all the tribulations you’ve been put through.

    Godspeed sir. We are with you on this journey.

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  14. You can really see the enthusiasm from HH. He is passionate, but has a generalised vision for Zambia.

    HH fails to go go deep enough to explain the problem and solution. You can see why on the video!

    It difficult to get his concern, because his video shows that Zambia is doing well! Green grass, trees. Healthy children. I mean we even have helicopters! It’s looks very lush, so his message was somewhat bouncing off the clearly well to do Zambia! There was contradiction!

    When my father ran for MP for Serenje, in early 70’s he had to use his own merc. In the bush. They are campaigning flying with helicopters….paid by foreign money no doubt!

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  15. There is no doubt that HH is the best candidate; and i personally enjoyed this advert. Just like he strategised to make his money, am sure him and his team understands the importance of strategy. The only missing link for this man has been political strategy. If such efforts were shown the day Sata got elected, slowly and incrementally, he could have been counted as the main contender. Better still; the day he was told to form a pact with Sata, he could have been in office right now. Call me what you like; but Zambian politics are not for logical analysis; they are for emotional lot. Strategy was key to Sata’s presidential bid. Strategy has been the weakest link for UPND.

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    • So he is not the best candidate then! Interestingly enough you call his campaign message an advert!

      Also. If you are in politics but have no strategy, how do you become the best to lead a country?

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    • Actually HH’s decision not to go in a Pact with Sata is the best decision that he ever made in politics. Anybody who understood Sata knows that Sata was a very canning and deceptive crook. Sata was going to use HH to get into State house and once that was accomplished he was going to destroy HH’s political career. Now, when I look at all the candidates that are vying for the position of president today, I can honestly say I am better than most of them. I have a better academic record than them, I currently have a better job than them, I more intelligent than them and I have more money than them. There is only one person in the lot for whom I cant say these things & that is HH. Just try to compare yourself to the guys running. If you are not better than Edgar Lungu then u have big…

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  16. Nicely done but i was hoping the new way of thinking is moving away from socialist way of thinking that has bankrupted the economy. The country just doesn’t have resources to support promised social services. It is not just HH, other candidates are worse.

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    • Well spoken. Zambians should embrace hard work and social responsibility. We should only help out as when needed. Also smart wise and intelligent minds should be deliberately supported. That is the Zambia we have been calling for all along. Lungu, HH, Nawakwi, General Miyanda and Nervous should preach this.

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  17. @Mwenyo. I respect your opinion but I dont agree with it and I think your approach lacks intellectual substance.

    You don’t sound particularly intelligent to me especially that your debate’s foundation stems around intimidation and hate and not plain intellect. That’s the epicenter of your argument, that’s your style.

    To me that’s an indication of a personality that is void of a defined direction.( and that’s the problem with our country right now ). Given a platform of a school class of a junior secondary school to give a pep talk to,how would your rumbling clap trap inspire them?

    You can still be absolutely critical of HH without that appalling and awful hateful talk. Every leader deserves to be criticized, but I think respectfully. Just a thought. No insults please…

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    • @Mwenyo

      Bammm! You’ve been told for real Mwenyo!

      Be grateful that intellects with class, like this here gentleman/woman Lwiindi Gondwe, are willing to spend their very valuable time interacting directly with people such as your good self!

      You’ve been handed your arse on a plate.

      Done and dusted.

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  18. Very interesting indeed, you want the guy to be President who can’t even look after his lawn? What kind of people are you? Look at how Sate House looks like now and compar it with the way it used to look under MMD. HH’s lawn is looking like that in the rain season, how does it look in October? It will look like a desert and guess what? that’s the way Zambian coffers will look like by 2016 if he is voted into office.

    I will put my vote on EL for continuity ati icintu cintu umwene!!! I have see how dirty HH’s lawn looks I don’t want a statehouse that looks anything like HH’s house, niwadoti uyu muntu ndalama zonse alinazo sianga tilile payadi suwa!!! Nicizende camuntu siopasa udindo wa President. Angakupayeni nanjala, olepela kusamala pa komo azasamala bwanji ziko? Ciputa!!!

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    • ……. EL for continuity of your employment contract. Kuvotela uwaku kwafwa ukusunga inchito.

      Show us pics from Chawama so that we compare.

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  19. A breath of fresh political air from HH, am in South Africa and unable to vote, but I am doing my bit to influence friends and family back home to vote HH. And I was pleasantly surprised that I needed not much convincing, the majority already have their minds made up for HH.
    Whether he wins or not, am so glad that we have a choice, a real alternative, with a possibility of a new start for our country, how we desperately need a different crop of leaders.
    A bemba friend in Livingstone, who had a tonga-phobia (no thanks to tribal stereotypes) now concedes that UPND deserves to be given a chance to take the political helms. Never too late to shake off our long-held tribal misconceptions.
    The PF leaders have been a regional joke for some time now, shame neh?
    Good luck HH!

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