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Edgar Lungu orders PF cadres to stop attacking their UPND counterparts

General News Edgar Lungu orders PF cadres to stop attacking their UPND counterparts

President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs  Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza.
President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.

President Edgar Lungu has ordered Patriotic Front cadres to with immediate effect stop attacking their UPND counterparts.

President Lungu has since directed the Inspector General of Police Stella Libongani to move in and control the situation.

Mr Lungu disclosed that he had received reports that PF cadres are harassing UPND carders and condemned the acts of violence.

The Head of State said this in Lusaka today when he swore in Southern Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia’s High Commission to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa and Hibeene Mwiinga as Special Assistant to the President for Development and Economic Affairs.

President Lungu said his administration will not condone violence and warned that perpetrators regardless of their political affiliations will face the full weight of the law.

Mr Lungu wondered why PF cadres are behaving badly when their party is the one in power.

He pointed out that it is unacceptable for PF cadres to continue victimising opposition cadres urged them to respect the rule of law and maintain law and order.

President Lungu has noted that UPND Leader Hakainde Hichilema has been upright in the way his party has handled the loss of the presidential election.

And President Edgar Lungu has said that he is confident the people he has sworn in are competent and credible people appointed on merit.

President Lungu has urged his members to remain calm as he will announce his full cabinet when he returns from the African Union Summit in Ethiopia.

The Head of State stated that he will reappoint some former ministers and also appoint new ministers to help them achieve his vision of improving the welfare of Zambians.

President Lungu is scheduled to travel on Thursday January 29 and has appointed Vice President Inonge Wina to act as President while he is away.

He has since called on the nation to give Ms Wina support and encouragement that she needs to preside over the country while he is away.

President Lungu stressed that it is important that Zambian women give her support as many more women will soon be appointed to senior positions.

Southern Province minister Nathaniel  Mubukwanu with  Special Assistant to the President  for Economic and Development Affairs Hibeene  Mwiinga during the Swearing-in-ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu with Special Assistant to the President for Economic and Development Affairs Hibeene Mwiinga during the Swearing-in-ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Vice-Presidentr Inonge Wina  during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Vice-Presidentr Inonge Wina during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Vice-Presidentr Inonge Wina  during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with Vice-Presidentr Inonge Wina during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs  Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza.
President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.

President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Inonge Wina at the Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza.
President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Inonge Wina at the Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.

President Edgar Chagwa Luungu  receiving an affidavit of  Oath from Southern Province minister Nathaniel  Mubukwanu (r)  during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Luungu receiving an affidavit of Oath from Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (r) during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Special Assistant to the President for Economic and Development Affairs  Hibeene Mwiinga during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Special Assistant to the President for Economic and Development Affairs Hibeene Mwiinga during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu receives an affidavit of Oath from Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu during the Swearing in Ceremony at State House  on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu receives an affidavit of Oath from Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu during the Swearing in Ceremony at State House on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu  receiving an affidavit of  Oath from Special Assistant to the President for Economic and Development Affairs  Hibeene Mwiinga (r) during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu receiving an affidavit of Oath from Special Assistant to the President for Economic and Development Affairs Hibeene Mwiinga (r) during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu  receiving an affidavit of  Oath from  Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa (r)   during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu receiving an affidavit of Oath from Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa (r) during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs  Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza.
President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs Inonge Wina at Statehouse Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.

President Edgar Lungu with Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyima Muwana during the swearing-in-ceremony of Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu, Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs Inonge Wina at the Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza.
President Edgah Lungu with Vice President Mrs Inonge Wina at the Swearing in ceremony on wednesday 28-01-20-25.Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu , Vice-President Inonge Wina, Zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa, Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu and Special Assistant to the President  foe Economic and Development Hibeene Mwiinga  during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu , Vice-President Inonge Wina, Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa, Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu and Special Assistant to the President foe Economic and Development Hibeene Mwiinga during the Swearing-in-Ceremony at State House in Lusaka on January 28,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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  1. Its about time Edgar Lungu to speeding up your leadership and putting this PF hooliganism to an end.
    We are tired of charlatan cadres of their uncalled for behavior of kaponyanic mental illness.
    The Skeleton Key
    ~206~

    • At least thats a start of good leadership. But please going forward be proactive and nip it in bud. Dont wait to receive complaints before you act. You have intelligence officers on the ground being paid to do the job of gathering information for you

      Its yet to be seen whether its mere rhetoric or not. If the perpetrators are not arrested and charged with inciting violence and instigating breach of peace, then your statement will be catalogued as one of the many PF broken promises.

      Your words needs to be followed by action straight away. If by Friday no PF cadre is arrested for the atrocities committed against the UPND supporters, then Lungu you are failure just like Sata.

      You are yet to prove yourself for me stop calling you ka Lungu chakolwa.

      HH is the man

    • If the police and Libongen are failing to control these mad PF dogs and stopping them from victimising opposition supporters then the police is robbing people ‘s taxes.

      Lungu is under so much pressure to control some damage done to people of former North Western Rhodesia by the PF.

      With the likes of Dora spewing verbal diarrhoea , Lungu has a huge challenge to win North Western Rhodesians more especially that the candidate they support is simply the best the country has at the moment.

      Kaya tisaonako vamene azachita Lungu.

      Viva HH.

    • Your excellency may I take this opportunity to sincerely apologize for the demeaning words I sued yesterday about you.Sir,you are the president of the nation and there is nothing any of us can do.
      My advice is please order the PF in Lusaka and the Copperbelt to avoid provoking the situation.The situation is still volatile but will soon abate and please invite HH for Lunch,please!

      Twasanta bingi.

    • These pictures are so nice without the likes of that ka short man from katondo street paul siame , kambwili ,nchito, mwenye,

      what a breath of fresh air !!!!!!

    • PF Cadres should be reminded that they are not the only Zambians who know how to beat?? time will come, that they will regret their silliness.

      Campaign and elections are over so let them behave??

      let’s talk football…

    • Mubukwanu is Pro cartel yaba.
      Edgar should flush out
      Libongani bring n Mateyo.
      flush out Kambwili.Masumba,Nsanda,Miles,Chenda ,Mulusa,Simuusa,Lubinda,,Shamenda,Luo
      These will rise against you bena Mulongoti not to be trusted

    • This is great, the President has embraced all and offered an olive branch to the opposition this is why we have been supporting Edgar since day one…I agree with Robin not seeing the likes of Kambwili and Nsanda at such gatherings is a big sigh of relief…

      abena wanzelu learn to appreciate…

      BA ZAMBIA WE LOVE YOU

      NOMBA NI EL2016

  2. Surely they must stop! But your excellency, you should have produced these words even during the campaigns.

    Those words alone were going to win you more votes than what violent cadres earned you

  3. That is the spirit Your Excellence! We need law and order to prevail at all levels of governance! God bless you!

  4. It’s at least gratifying to note that the President realizes that his Panga Family cadres need to be brought under control. However, I remember one presidential candidate (I won’t say which one) who said at a campaign rally that he and his cadres were strong enough to wallop the entire UPND. May be the cadres draw impetus from this statement, what do you think?

    • ALL I CAN THINK ABOUT NOW IS THE GOODNESS HE EL HAS BEEN BRINGING IN EVER SINCE HE WAS SWORN IN. BYGONES ARE BYGONES. THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT

  5. Not sure if your carders will listen. They seem to be very rebellious human beings that has lost hope due to economic hardship and the only resort for existence in society is violence. More needs to be done other than condemning. Perhaps, invite HH or his vice president for public lunch and discuss national issues how he could help you. The goal is to improve Zambian lives not to be president. This is with great emphasis on public lunch – meaning media and other organisations houses to be present

    • @ Wise Commentator
      I doubt if your suggestion can really work seeing as the other guys on the losing side are still bitter! It’s time they all picked up the pieces and moved on!

  6. Politics should not divide us and I see not reason why there should be antagonism and animosity when UPND accepted defeat. Just a caution; remember the way MMD cadres used to behave when they were in power but it all came to pass because no political party has come to stay in Zambia. Lets not promote ethnicity in our politics because ethnicity as it stands, it is a time bomb. Believe this whether you like it or not. Remember, it all started like this in Rwanda when more than 800 000 people died in less than a month. it is good that Edgar has taken a stance on this political violence perpetrated by PF Cadres.

  7. When dealing with perpetrators of violence, the Police should not even consider which party they belong too or their other status in soceity. They should be handled just like the criminal riff ruffs they are.

    That is their work as Police and it shouldn’t take the Head of State to remind them of their duty.

    • Who is the leader of the rainbow party?Oh Kabimba,what ?you mean that violent corrupt former SG fired and embarrassed by Sata(RIP)?No ways you can’t be serious.

      2016 elections if held under a new constitution will be dicey with 50+1 clause.Rainbow are you sure you will grow to be the largest opposition party in 18 months?FOOD FOR THOT!

  8. I salute you your Excellency.

    We of North Western Rhodesia; the repository of Zambia wealth be it hydro electric power, copper and cobalt mines, industries and commerce in soli and lamba road, and commercial highways in Southern and Central provinces plus borders; have never been violent but only in our defence.

    Unless these Northern province supporters of PF make a stop to this, there will be a split of the country. NWR has nothing to lose.

    • @Truth Hates

      You would be wrong. I am neither dull (very highly qualified professionally) and frustrated (by our local Zambian standards I am rich. In fact, I am in the top 1% of the world’s rich!).

      But perhaps I am frustrated. Or what you the Northerners like most, ‘bitter’. I am angry that you the economic refuges are today accusing those of North Western Rhodesia as being tribal when you are the chapter and verse of corrupt tribalism.

      And whilst I did study at Harvard in Massachussets, I am right here in Soliland.

      I have made my money and now dedicate my life to fighting this injustice of the Northerners. I no longer need no job nor appointment by anyone. I am already rich,….very rich.

  9. Congratulations! Mr. President we look forward to more good work may God Bless you and guide you. We are behind you!

  10. I wish all those called ECL all sorts of names could come to their senses and see what Mei Matungu has started seeing in one Edgar Chagwa Lungu! He is not a lost cause it’s just that people wanted to paint him REALLY black! No man is flawless. Hope this teaches you losers a lesson or two!

    • Be careful with these idoms you steal from white people..whats wrong with being Black? Ala

  11. Well done though too late as the harm has already been done, will those UPND cadres who lost their properties due to this barbaric behavior by PF cadres be compensated? Come on guys, These PF cadres are acting like a malaria parasite the invades red blood cells what a shame on you PF cadres.

    • Iwe he is a wise man from the East. Such things don’t worry him. He has already will councelled Chikwanda and told him to say only what the President approves so he has already approved slave Chikwanda’s statement

    • Kudos, you do realize that YOU have long been a main perpetrator of these attacks EL speaks about? Perhaps not physical here in cyberspace, but you too should stop with all the viscous words, bovine insults, and pure hatred you have been spewing about the place!

      Sadly, Mr. Sata sanctioned your kind of behaviour for too long, but if you really love PF as you say (…and don’t want to see another close race or even to lose next time!) better is to listen to Zambia’s new President and learn to be civil.

      ….just some friendly advice.

  12. In all fairness I fear for the economic melt-down of my country. I am planning of seeking economic asylum in Botswana. I have no faith in this leadership. How much are we repaying on monthly basis for the loans that we borrowed for “unprecedented infrastructure devpt”? Are we getting any income from the projects we spent money on that is going towards loan repayment? If not, the common man will suffer the consequences. Tighten your belts fellow Zambians. The road ahead is too bumpy. We should count ourselves lucky if we reach September 2016. When fuel prices recover on the international market, we will all be knocked out and with the weakening Kwacha, it will be a triple disaster.

    • No need to panick just yet. At the moment we are just paying interest. Then in 2021 that’s when we have to repay the whole amount at one go (so-called bullet payment). That’s the period to divest from Zambia and go to a safe country as Zambia will definitely default then.

  13. Violence is backward . We have to eat ,sleep, laugh and doda side by side with all political cadres. Losing or wining should not divide us.

    Peace and Prosperity to Mother Zambia.

  14. MR PRESIDENT ,SINCE YOU ASSUMED YOUR PRESIDENCY BEGINNING AT YOUR PARTY LEVEL AND NOW THE REPUBLICAN SEAT, YOU HAVE ONLY EARNED A SEMBLANCE OF MY RESPECT FOR THE ONE STATEMENT IN WHICH YOU ACKNOWLEDGE H.H. AS HAVING BRAVELY CONCEDED DEFEAT AS BEFITTING OF A STATESMAN THANK YOU FOR THIS AND I HOPE THAT NOW GOING FORWARD YOU CAN TRULY ENGAGE H.H. SO THAT YOU BOTH CAN UNITE THIS COUNTRY.BY THE WAY IM A DIE HARD UPND BUT WILL RESPECT WHATS IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL BUILDING.

  15. For the president to use such strong language on his cadres just confirms how violent PF is, and has realised that they are in fact a distraction and disruptive lot making his job difficult. Yesterday some bloggers shamelessly tried to defend the criminality of PF cadres and shifting the blame on to their victims.
    The president has put Libongani on the spotlight to do her job professionally and without fear or favour. She has been a failure for too long.

  16. ECL its in our interest to come up with a law banning carrying of offensive weapons including sharp instruments in public; knives, pangas, axes etc. If you are mechanic your screw driver should be in your tool box and not in your trouser pocket.

    If you are a farmer your panga should be displayed in the field/bush and not chasing people along Cairo Road. This will
    empower police to take appropriate action against individuals or groups carrying such weapons in public.

    Failing to stop the culture of pangas will have catastrophic consequences. The influence of violent behaviour copied from other
    Nations is immense for our idle youths with no proper occupation.

    Political parties must also take charge and responsibility to sensitize their cadres.

    Not cool to hack a brother…

    • @ Zozi-a-Zozi
      Spot on bro, no more Mapatizya Shakafuswa William Tekere Banda formula, no more PF Nsanda thugery and JUST no more violence and pngas!! I want my children to grow up in beautiful and peaceful country Zambia!

  17. @Bemba Monkey & @Laso. You have Mothers, wives, sisters and daughters. Now stop for a minute and imagine your comments directed to your Mother, your wife, your sister or your daughter…happy with yourselves?

  18. Violence is barbalic! Those that are condemning people exercised their democratic right choose the candidate of their choice are shy to condemn violence against UPND. Shame shame!! Abash dora! bash membe! abash davies chama!

  19. Ala! All this big talk about PF, kansi its true edgar lungu has NO plan. He has appointed Hibeene mwiinga a close relative of HH as special economic advisor. Hahaha! The plan is, so that Mwiinga can be stealing leakage fro HH!

  20. since the Boat has arrived at the Habour thank God for all the tribulation and the waves we suffered while sailing on the sea. The first captain died while sailing on the sea the deputy captain has been told to rest at the farm after a good work which he took over from the senior captain. its time to come out of the Boat AND JOIN RAINBOW PARTY FOR PEACE AND COMFORT REST.

  21. Ok twaumfwa ba mudala ba Lungu. But belavoka ifyabulamano ati I lost election because iam Tonga. Yakulazanda

    • Kuli iwe tefyamano but ask abanobe they will tell you ati ifwe teti tu votele umutonga.Finshi kanshi abatonga bamichita?
      Nga tamulefyaya abatonga lekene baiteke,eleo tuka mona ukafwa nensala.

  22. This President has so far exceeded expectations I ever had of him.
    Appointing Wina as Vice in my eyes was clever, as can be unifying for the country.
    However THE BEST move Lungu has made is to Renounce, & condemn Violence, by his P.F’s cadres. Late President Sata NEVER condemned/ asked his cadres to stop Violence, harassment of citizens, who didnt agree with him, thereby legitimising, & encouraging his P.F. cadre’s lawlessness.
    I support Lungu on this positive step, as Zambia is for ALL Zambians, NOT only P.F thugs!!

  23. @Wanzelu,
    You really must be a bitter person, are you paid to blog on just about anything? Your hate will send you to the grave early. Please move on, Edgar’s the President for no, eish awe mwee!

  24. Hey, PF is now a force to recon with and without any doubt the opposition are scared; Edgar is demonstrating the leadership that this nation lacked for a few years back. His down to earth leadership invokes memories of Levy and to say the truth, if this is hoe he will run his government he will be comparable and to or even rival Levy. Watch this space: 2016 will with ought any doubt go PF’s way. What more do we want, the new and broadly acceptable constitution, review of the public order act, respect for rule of law name it, Edgar is bringing all to the table with a straight face. One again, it is a joy be a Zambian.

    • Am sorry for some grammatical and spelling mistakes here.
      Please fellow Zambians, we all should now rally behind and support this kind of leadership. It’s not every time you get to have a president that’s so good. We should, however, avoid worshiping him as this is what turns our leaders into dictators and despots. Look at the faces around him! You get confidence that these people will deliver. Am not seeing anyone looking like a fanatical cadre. This man exceeds all expectation, this Zambian watchdog site should reform. I have good people painted evil colours. Lungu is just lovable, like it or not.

  25. Positive move from ECL. albeit a little late. The violence was “useful” during campaign period and now I pray its “usefulness” will not be reprieved in 2016.

    I need to give credit where it is due. ECL has shown that he will keep his campaign promises which mainly consisted of copying from HH (first one being the Chitimukulu). We hope that ECL will not only continue with this strategy, but also develop his own vision going forward.

    God bless ECL.

  26. That is a good start. The president has to balance his cabinet from the former regional appointment to a national colour. Kaunda and Chiluba managed.

  27. To this day I still believe that HH would make a better president than Edgar Lungu but the majority prevailed in Lungu’s favour on this occasion and their will must be respected by all citizens of good will.Edgar Lungu is the President of Zambia whether I like it or not. And I actually have to say he is proving to be an improvement on his predecessor who I have always thought was a colossal misfit as head of state.Lungu is making the right noises but time will tell.In the mean time HH lives to fight another day and it should never be forgotten that opposition politics is in itself also an important factor towards nation building.So ease off the insults and fights.

  28. so far so good, i am impressed although i didnt vote for EL. If this what EL was doing during campaigns, i would voted for him and we wouldnt have waited for 4 tense days.

  29. I think the president is spot on , on the cadres . Among past president’s he seems about the first to condemn violence.

  30. Address land grabbing issue by cadres too Mr President and set law investigative wings on the Ministry of Lands, it is here we’ll also need a no nonsense minister and similarly PS! Recall HH saying Zambians needed to be empowered with land during the campaign, you can take the lead.

  31. I hope the newly appointed Zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia, Sylvia Chalikosa, will consider dressing in a more “diplomatic” manner. Her skirt was too short for the important occasion..

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