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  1. Excellent interview from Zulu but disappointing response by Hon. Kaingu, my uncle was not the best choice for this important Ministry. I cannot find any commitment and leadership in him. Times have changed, this is partly the reason why Zambia is not moving forward – we need leaders that are capable to offer solutions and drive the nation forward. Sadly, don’t see this in my uncle, he is a good person but not for this role and there are many such persons in various roles.

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    • Blame it on visionless appointing authority in Edgar Lungu…almost all his cabinet are of Kaingu’s calibre. Kambwili, Davies Mwila…cry my beloved country

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  2. Forgive the man. He never went to any school. Only sat for an aptitude test and lo some third rate university allowed him to do a Bachelors. Remember FTJ’s jump from Form 3 to Masters

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    • CHILD OF THE SKY, YOU DONT HAVE FACTS ON OUR LATE PRESIDENT FTJ, THIS MAN WAS STUDYING EVEN BEFORE HE BECAME PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA, FOR YOUR OWN INFORMATION FTJ WAS A BOOK WARM UNLIKE SOME OF YOUR SO CALLED LEADERS LIKE GBM, MUNKOMBWE, AND OTHERS IN THIS TRIBAL PARTY UPND.

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  3. The problem is when ever someone does not support your comment then they are opposition, when they are wrangles, its opposition. You are UPND you throw stones somewhere you come home to say its PF. Lets not base our arguments on opposition. Lets base them on common grounds. The party I will vote for is not another person’s business but mine. Our country is going to the ruins we are busy blaming each other. So whose going to take the blame. On a clean plate I don’t agree with Dr. Kaingu’s view. He is runnng these institutions like his house hold. Lets give them ideas waether will vote for them or not. They will litsen even they pretend. Voting is not only about chucking the rulling party out but bringing people who can work. How about we vote and the new comers are worse. Us for me am…

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  4. It is a shame. The Minister is raising important issues but even the interviewer is missing the point. So are many commentators. No wonder we are poor. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Government is wrong to delay payment of allowances but that does not make students right to cause a riot. We are all failing to appreciate that with the riot taxpayers will still pay to have that damaged infrastructure fixed. You people lets learn something from situations and look at a bigger picture.

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  5. Fellow Zambians,
    I keenly followed the interview and I wish to contribute as follows:

    The Ministry/government should create a conducive learning environment in our universities by meeting its obligations to students, employees and the people of Zambia. Once this is done the management, private sector and others will venture into businesses that will support the universities. At the moment government is abrogating its part of the responsibilities and the current minister and his cohort are not helping matters. Excuses will not do for our country.

    Fencing the university to regulate entry and exit is important but it is not a priority for
    Unza. The debt to employees and service providers, improving learning facilities and staffing, students accommodation, staff conditions and…

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