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  1. OK that is Sad, Christan country my foot!! You give your ministers and deputy ministers free fuel and tax free salary and yet make disabled people pay for their wheel chairs on the bus. How cruel can you be sure. These are things the NGOs were supposed to solve than every day just talking about De-campagning this one or that one. Shame on us indeed. And please don’t say it is visionless PF’s problem to solve. This is for us Zambians to solve. You don’t need to be in Government to launch a campaign for free wheel chair transportation for these people.

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  2. A sogoleli, have you watched this?!? It is hard enough to have a disability but when the facilities to assist you overcome any difficulties do not exist, you become a prisoner! Having a disability is NOT a CRIME!

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  3. True level of balanced maturity in a community is measured by both how that community reaches out to its disabled, AND how its disabled strive to overcome their challenges.

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  4. Ramps should now be available in buildings and to assist disabled getting onto public transport. These are easy enough as a start. Prolly NGO’s are too busy spending money on other things to be at the forefront to kicker art this. It’s all well and good for Leonard Cheshire to get EU funding to make these public information films for international awareness. I have to say the chap trying to go upstairs would hVe also suffered on London Underground Tube Service (buses have it nailed), because not all stops on the tube have access facilities for disabled. Sometimes they have to go a few stops further to get an e it point with lift facilities. Building lifts in poor structures as the one we see here would be a health and safety hazard. But reorganising facilities for disBled onto…

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