Inonge Wina
Inonge Wina

Acting President Inonge Wina has directed the police command to deal sternly with cadres who travel from outside areas into constituencies where elections are held.

In a statement released by Mrs Wina’s Senior Private Secretary Ambassador Sheila Siwela, the Acting President said the cadres who are mostly from major political parties are in the habit of fanning violence and disrupting peace.

Mrs Wina has further directed police in Kasama to ensure that no one is allowed to promote unruly behaviour pending court determination on the anticipated by election in Kasama Central.

And Acting President Inonge Wina has urged young people to take civic education seriously. Ms Wina said that the move will result in future population which will have the interest of the nation at heart.

She said this through Home Affairs Minister Davies Mwila at Parliament buildings when Civic Education pupils from Kalonga Secondary School from Kabwe visited the institution on a familiarisation tour.

And former Education Minister Dora Siliya has urged young people to take President Edgar Lungu’s call for smart thinking seriously.

Ms Siliya, who is also Petauke Member of Parliament, said that smart thinking among youths will help them make helpful decisions for personal and national development.

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30 COMMENTS

  1. Laughable indeed. How will the police identify or prove that someone has been “imported” into another area, when the government has no system of registering people according to their regions of residence?

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    • Kabili it shall be done apartheid or federal days style. You have carry ichitupa and show that you are from the area. Otherwise, they “deport” you back to Kulima Tower Bus Station.

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    • All Zambians in Lusaka have villages where they come from. I will expect all my 64 nephews and nieces to frock to my constituency to support me, including their Tonga/ Lozi husbands. That is just team 1. Then my LT friends will find their own way through the Police, and that I can tell you Ms. Wina that your dictatorship will only work in PF. You to ban my friends here, lead by Ndobo and cheered by Nubian, Mushota, Ex-moma and the other beautiful ones???? Mmmmmmn Ba Inonge please, keep that to Davies Chama.

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    • Aba Bo Ma Inonge is she furious that Fr. Bwalya and Tashila Lungu had spent nights in Lubambeshi?
      What will she do when our own Nubian, Mushota, Ex-Moma and other beauties flocks to my constituency next year?

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  2. AS MUCH AS APPRECIATE THIS STATEMENT IT IS DISAPPOINTING THAT THE ACTING PRESIDENT OR INDEED HER SUPERIOR HAVE NOTHING TO SAY TO NATION ABOUT TODAYS FALL OF THW KWACHA. THW COUNTRY IS IN AN ECONOMIC CRISIS WHICH IS ABOUT TO MULTIPLY IN MAGNITUDE. ALL THE ACTING PRESIDENT CAN TALK ABOUT IS CADRES? FOR ALMOST A MONTH NOW WE PREDICTED ON THESE BLOCKS THAT THE KWACHA WOULD BE AT ZMK13 -$1 BY DECEMBER. LOOKS LIKE WE ARE THERE ALREADY. GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO ACT. ELSE HELL WILL BE UPON US.

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    • Perhaps that is exactly what we need in order to start thinking straight and take voting seriously. The worst is indeed yet to come, so brace yourself with your Proven Failure… Ati ifintu ni Lungu! Welcome to Zambia’s own made Amagedon! Cry the beloved country.

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  3. Next time don’t import mpombo and RB for any bye election. Such cadres annoy the locals. Meanwhile, please, the kwacha is on a spiral fall!

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  4. Mama Wina, there are more important things in the country than importing cadres, in fact you should be speaking to your own party about this issue and sending jerabos to solwezi speak to kambwili he is the chief trouble maker of the republic of Zambia;

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  5. A good measure of corruption in Zambia is the Past News. When Mmembe accuses somebody of corruption, in reality what he means is that he suspects and fears that that somebody may soon outdo him. Yes and Mmembe us so paranoid about it.
    Mmembe will try to destroy anyone that he suspects or believes has potential to be corrupt, not because he hates corruption as he claims but because he does not want rivals in that trade. And he knows that leaders have the greatest potential, that is why the hatred, unless of course he is given a share in the spoils. We all saw how soft Mmembe was with glaring corruption in the days of the powerful Kabimba, cartel and company.

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  6. This is folly of the highest order…this is breach of people’s right of free movement…how do parties organize themselves on the ground then? How do you separate who is who? Would Old man Sata and his party have won the 2011 elections if Rupiah Banda put such retrogressive measures….its clear for all to see that this party is more concerned about by-elections than anything else.

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  7. Uko, hear hear hear! Be serious madam, you should be the ones telling yourselves. 2. Its contempt of court for you to start telling police to not to allow cadres in Kasama by-election which is not yet decided on! I see unfairness towardsthe other parties. If the ruling goes against GBM, I will say government corrupted the judges! Because how do you know the outcome before it is made?

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  8. Madam we are still waiting for your ka president in barotseland. Come with the Roger Chongwe commission report. Or else….

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    • To come and do what in Barotseland when there are more pressing issues to attend to?…atase! Invite your ka HH instead!

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  9. Madam we are still waiting for your ka president in barotseland. Come with the Roger Chongwe commission report. Or else…..

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  10. Madam we are still waiting for your ka president in barotseland. Come with the Roger Chongwe commission report. Or else….

    Post this comment stupid lusakatimes

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  11. Can Libongani deal with Mumbi Phiri, Frank Bwalya, Kampyongo, Bowman Lusambo? Maybe Katanga can.
    But then how does that address the freefalling kwacha.
    At the rate we are going, by december 1990 will look like child’s play.

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  12. She is a joker. Aging lady, there is entitlement to freedom of movement and association. …even for pf cadres. Please address economy not those pf made situations.

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    • It just takes one citizen to challenge this silly directive in the courts and they will be exposed again in public for the dullness…but we know how sleepy the opposition is ..they are probably waiting to be arrested or turned back at the last minute at the roadblock.

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  13. Inonge Wina’s directive will be ignored by Davies Chama,Mumbi Phiri,Chishimba Kambwili and other unruly PF officials.
    Ms Wina is not serious by issuing such a statement.

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  14. I am disappointed with you guys who’re condemning mama Inonge’s directive. I think this lady is now proving to be better than Changwa and I think it would have even been better for her to lead the country until 2016. There’s no need for political groups to export their cadres from place to place. Why should cadres from the Copperbelt or Lusaka be sent to Mansa or Solwezi. These (Davis included) are the ones causing troubles. mama Inonge, next time go further and ban political chitenges with the potraits of the party presidents.

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  15. Why are police uniforms given to pf cadres during elections. They are the ones who harm innocent citizens. They become ‘trigger happy’ and shoot anyhow. They provoke the opposition because govt has allowed pf cadres to carry all sorts of weapons during elections.

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  16. UPND is the major culprit in the habit of importing cadres and promoting the mapatizya formula.The police need to deal with them firmly.

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  17. You are failing to deal with pf cadres found in police uniforms with all sorts of weapons harassing innocent citizens.. They become ‘trigger happy’ and shoot at will during campaigns.

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  18. This is funny, the same guys short down a motion in parliament to ban the carrying of guns during campaign, now they want to stop the freedom of movement.

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