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Bowman Lusambo promises to change Kabushi constituency within 3 months

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Nevers Mumba with Bowman Lusambo at the Stadium
Nevers Mumba with Bowman Lusambo at the Stadium

Kabushi Parliamentary aspirant on the PF ticket Bowman Lusambo says he intends to change the face of Kabushi constituency within 3 months with the help of the private sector once elected.

Mr Lusambo said if elected as MP for the constituency he will use his connections to source funds from private partners who wants to see Kabushi develop and become the cleanest constituency in Copperbelt.

He said as an MP it will be his responsibility to lobby for funds to develop the area and that development should not only come from government but that there are also private partners who are willing to partner with government in ensuring that the lives of people are better.

He noted that some of the things that MPs are failing to do can be done even by MPs themselves if they had a heart to serve the people.

He called on political leaders to ensure that they help government in its quest to deliver development by coming up with initiatives that can supplement its efforts.

And Mr Lusambo said he left MMD on principal and that he has chosen to support PF because of the leadership qualities of President Lungu.

He said Mr Lungu has shown that he is able to embrace everyone and that he is implementing developmental projects which he needs to complete.

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    • Who does he think he is, a magician? 3 months = 90 days, now where did we hear that ? Its a sad state of affairs because even full on mor0ns like this guy now take us for f00ls. Instead of articulating policies of his new party and how they’ll arrest the impending collapse of our economy, he’s decided to take the easier route by doing a Sata-90 days formula all over again on us.

    • This is the character Zambia Accurate News recently reported that he has been hammering left and right all those PF women on the Copperbelt. What can this riff-raff achieve in 90 days apart from eyeing other people’s wives?

    • Why does an MMD DIE HARD leader stand on another party’s ticket. What happened to his die-hardness????

    • THAT IS THE WAY FORWARD LUSAMBO. INITIATIVE AND INNOVATION ARE THE NAMES OF THE GAME. AS AN MP ONE DON’T JUST SIT IN A CHAIR WAITING FOR GRZ FUNDING BUT ALSO, LOBBYING FOR INVESTMENTS IN THE AREA. I PERSONALLY WISH YOU LUCKY. BUT, STOP AMANO YAFIKO AYANKONYA. GOOD LUCKY, BUDDY.

  1. We the people that vote for some of these bums are to blame.We behave like a buch of fools with no analytical inteligencia

  2. MOST LIKELY YOU WILL NEED TO WORK WITH THE PEOPLE YOU BEEN INSULTING ON RADIO.
    UNLESS YOU USE YOUR OWN RESOURCES BWANA WHEN WE KNOW YOU NEED THEM FOR YOURSELF
    HENCE YOUR CONTESTING FOR THAT SEAT.

  3. The moment a moron mentions 90 day formula, disqualify them. People in kabushi must be very f00lish if they ever think of believing this moron. The example is there to refer to and this 90 day theory must not be entertained at all. Lusambo cannot even fix himself in that period of time he is saying. Chabulanda saana! Let him do it now, we have 90 days plus before the elections.

  4. We have been deceived before about the 90 days. If you can’t clean Kabushi now, it will never be clean. Why wait until you’re an MP. People who have transformed communities have done so without being MPs.

  5. 90 DAYS? WHERE DOES THIS DREAMER LUSAMBO THINK HE IS GOING TO GET FUNDS TO DO THIS? AFTER ALL HE IS A DESPERATE PERSON HOPING FOR A POSITION TO EAT AND FEED HIS FAMILY. SATA PROMISED US 90 DAYS OF CHANGE AND HE WAS HEAD OF STATE AND NOW THIS CLOWN ECHOS THE SAME WORDS. LOL THESE PEOPLE REALLY BELIEVE ALL ZAMBIANS ARE FOOLS.

  6. Be careful with this riff-raff called lusambo. He is merely a dreamer. If he is serious with what he is saying let him tell us his track record of helping the needy? Kabushi people your votes should go elsewhere not to the riff-raff

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