President Lungu Addressees people during the nation pray day on peaceful elections at show ground in Lusaka yesterday Picture by Josephine Nsululu/Zanis.
President Lungu

Four foreign heads of state and four vice presidents are expected to attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect, Edgar Lungu on September 13, 2016.

Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary (PS) Chalwe Lombe told journalists in Lusaka today that the four heads of state are Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni, Botswana’s Ian Khama and John Magufuli of Tanzania.

Ambassador Lombe said other foreign dignitaries are that are coming to Zambia for Mr. Lungu’s inauguration ceremony are Deputy Prime Minister of Swaziland Paul Dlamini, Namibian Vice-President, Nickey Iyambo, Malawi’s Vice President, Saulos Chilima and Kenyan Deputy President, William Ruto.

He said others who have confirmed coming to Zambia are African Union Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Anthony Mothae Maruping, Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretary-General Sindiso Ngwenya and African Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) chairman, Joseph Chilengi.

Dr. Stergomena Lawrence, who is Southern African Development Community (SADC) Executive Secretary, Vice Chairman of the Chinese People’s Pacific and Consultative Conference and International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) representatives have also confirmed their attendance.

Amb. Lombe further disclosed that members of the advance party teams for the invited heads of state have already started arriving into the country.

He said heads of state will start arriving tomorrow ahead of the inauguration ceremony ion Tuesday, September 13, 2016.

Meanwhile, Amb. Lombe has disclosed that preparations at the National Heroes Stadium, which is the venue for the inauguration, have reached an advanced stage.

He said the venue would be ready for the event tomorrow adding that various entertainment groups have also been arranged.

The swearing in ceremony for Mr. Lungu and his Vice President Inonge Wina has been set for Tuesday 13th September 2016.

President-elect Mr. Lungu, who won the august 11, 2016 presidential election, has continued to receive congratulatory messages from all over the world.

Government through Secretary to the Cabinet, Roland Msiska, who is also inauguration organising committee chairperson, declared that Monday, September 12, 2016 will be a half working day while September 13 will be a public holiday to enable people celebrate the historic event.

Dr. Msiska in a statement urged those who will not be able to travel to Lusaka for the inauguration ceremony to follow the proceedings on the national television.

Meanwhile, Dr. Msiska has called on the general public to celebrate the important national occasion in a responsible and peaceful manner.

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105 COMMENTS

    • Great news!

      Zambia continues to shine as a great example of democracy in the region and beyond.

      We need to continue in this wonderful path.

      God bless His Excellence Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, God bless Zambia.

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    • Again, National interest has triumphed. Democracy is a game of the majority and not emotions. Swagger, you got a 5-year ruling mandate. Thumbs up!

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    • Sorry , case study,what and how would concourt handled the petition issue of 14 days suppose we had national tragedy like lose of national team while in day two of its sitting ;and then a national mourning is declared , would the missed days be counted it has been literally interpreted by some bloggers,because the Constitution doesn’t adresse it,am 100% the framers meant 14 working days,but zambia is the real Africa ,

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    • Ah Even my distant cousin Saulos Chilima(Malawian vice president) will attend. I cant wait for the big day. Lungu is the man

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    • However long it takes, perhaps even 30 years, anyone who breached Article 104(3) will face Lady Justice.

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    • As long as Lungu hasn’t yet exculpated himself before the con-court all is but vain…yes the inauguration will go ahead but mark my words confusions will be order of day if at all the new carbonate/carbinet will be formed. Man can mock man but alas no man can mock God. In God we trust

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    • No Pope
      No Queen Elizabeth
      No Bill Clinton
      No Obama
      No Castro
      No Japanese King
      No Netanyahu
      …..
      Anyway, well tried to invite them to your historic coronation of saint Edgar Lungu.

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    • @1.3 Planzo – Since your mind is still befuddled, you could read up Article 269 (Computation of Time) of the constitution. It’s written in simple English so you should be able to understand.

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    • DECEPTION, DECEPTION, DECEPTION! CORRUPT THIEVES AND DICTATORS ARE AT IT AGAIN. ZAMBIA IS IN WRONG HANDS. FRANK BWALYA AND EDGAR LUNGU ARE DANGEROUS MAFIAS. WE DON’T NEED MAFAIS TO RULE ZAMBIA. ZAMBIA NEEDS HONEST GOD-FEARING LEADERS. TOMORROW’S INAUGURATION MARKS THE BEGINING OF LUNGU’S UNTOLD SUFFERING. HE WILL NEVER FIND PEACE THERE AT STATE HOUSE. LUNGU WILL SUFFER. ZAMBIANS ARE CRYING AND GROANING, LUNGU AND FRANK BWALYA WILL NEVER FIND PEACE!

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    • The Tanzanian prez was due for a three day state visit but he won’t be coming. He has more important home matters to deal with so that takes your heads of state down to 3. Team Timor.

      ED2.0 Corruption clock reset. Predicted results. The Swedish won’t take the journalist arrests lying down, IMF will be brutal and the piper wants to be paid so appointments galore to come. Huge sigh of relief for all those with deals held up. Mass dancing from the sheeple and the penny will take a while to drop as smoke and mirrors part 2 begins…

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    • You left out Savir akiir of south sudan and al bashir to complete the popular leaders on the continent and this event is to important after lets cerebrate the landslide victory for week minimum.

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    • Kikikikiki. Being ordained by Museveni and uncle Bob Africa’s top 2 Chief Priests of vote rigging rituals. Lungu’s PF and his savages are the biggest joke ever seen in this world. Zambia is no longer proud and free because of these lawless brutes. May God punish them soonest and set Zambians free.

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  1. What is HH saying about this? He only has tomorrow up to 12hrs with his lawyers to stop the inauguration. Ni EDGAR chabe. Viva PF.

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  2. kikikikikiki mugabe resurected just for this occassion. Well done yoweli kaguta museven, i really admire you leadership qualities and i knew that u will be the first to respond to the invitation. Zambians welcomes u home.

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  3. What a Huge Embarrassment for Lungu! When you only have evil friends attending such a ceremony then you know that you are finished – sensible leaders friends don’t accept you as the elected president.
    To only end up with controversial despotic friends like Mugabe and Museveni attending then we in the UPND are consoled that sensible people are with the us and DO NOT recognise the evil drunkard Lungu.
    Where is Jacob Zuma; Buhari; Gen Asisi; and even Mozambique and Malawi are sending very low level representations. The American Assistant Secretary for Africa is NO show; How about EU and Britain that are also not represented!! Real problems for Lungu are on the way – he will be lucky to get anything at all from IMF even then with severely punitive conditions attached. GAME ON LUNGU!

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    • @chinyata;unfortunately it’s not lungu who should worry because he will be enjoying life of air conditioning but majority of Zambians will be regretting as to what has become of this nation

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    • Ole Bob has resurrected again to drag himself across the border to congratulate his protege. Trailing behind him is Museveni, coming to make sure they aren’t the only despots in East and Central Africa. “We told you young man,” they tell ECL. “Next we’ll show you how to stay indefinitely. Africans are docile,” says ole Bob. “How’d you think I’ve managed to stay in power all these 36 years?” Ole Bob shifts uncomfortably in his seat, looking around. He leans forward and whispers in ECL’s ear. “Now I hear some unruly chaps have started to make noise in my country. That’s why I’m glad you’re back in office. Who knows, I may need you, when the trouble making Zimbabweans turn up the heat on me. I may need to quickly sneak across the border,” says Ole Bob. ” Remember we’re a…

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    • @Mjb nio:
      Mother fuc.ker! Just go and bury your grandmother with your evil thoughts.
      HH is 100 times healthier than Lungu and you need to worry more about Lungu’s throat or oesophagus and epilepsy. At the moment Lungu is on heavy doses of antibiotics to keep him going. Kachasu and Jameson removed the inner membrane of the throat and there is nothing Doctors can do about that. So you need to check if there is enough space at the Embassy Park in the coming months. ID.IOT!

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    • (Continued)… team now. Welcome to the club, young man.” Ole Bob bursts into spontaneous laughter, and then falls asleep temporarily. He suddenly wakes and looks around.” Where am I again?”

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  4. I would like to congratulate ECL for beating HH to the ground once again. The next thing is to completely erase UPND from the political scene, make sure HH and his thug GBM are crippled forever. ECL use every available resource to end these psychopaths. State House is not for vikawalalala masquerading as powerful business men. Ni Edgar kwasila.

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  5. ” Zambia is a very beautiful and peaceful country,I love it” my friend from Burundi had this to say yesterday

    @BR Mumba sr…yes sir we are rolling
    @Lazi,Mambwe,Senior Citizen,Peace for Zambia…..Lusaka will be on fire on Tuesday

    @Professor Muna Ndulo aka Sindamisale…sorry sir been very busy today trying to make some last minute logistics…but it’s all good we can still have a meaningful debate some other time..God Bless you….God Bless Zambia

    Edgar Lungu 5 more years

    I thank you

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    • @Katondo boys

      The scene has been replayed from time immemorial. The brute thug forces his way and plays hero as he rides rough shod.

      This same Edgar who mutilated the Constitution will have an ignominious end. Shout me down but you can’t shout down the way of nature.

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    • It’s okay. Mumba is adapting well. Planning to escape jail when the riots start. He is starting one right now!

      m(dot)youtube(dot)com/watch?v=0Wn8-OMlPhY

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    • Nevers had his head shaved way back when he abandoned the pulpit. Any effort to fight back will take his life too.

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  6. THINGS ARE REALLY HARD. WANT WASTE A WORKING DAY FOR SUCH. THERE IS TOTALLY NOTHING TO CELEBRATE.WE NEED PRODUCTION NOT PLAYING WITH PEOPLES LIVES.

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  7. The petition has actually exposed the petitioners.

    That they had no grounds of petition ing other than the so called right to do so.

    That they thought they could use falsehood to steal an election victory.

    The petitioners thought they could use tricks to deceive people into believing that that Lungu did not win, but failed.

    The petition thus exposed a scam or plot the oposition had to try and thrive on falsehood to try and snatch the election victory mere spoil it altogether.

    This is clear, it is just like that woman in the Bible who said cut the child so we can both lose.

    What can one say about campaign against referendum, other than seeing people who just wanted to have the baby cut into two?

    How can a petition that was formulated before the elections were even…

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    • How can a petition that was formulated before the elections were even cast be an objective petition that can review anything about the elections other than the petitioners themselves?

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    • The petitioners were accorded chance as per the demands of the constitution, but these petitioners chose not to be heard by avoiding to talk about their own petition.

      Instead they chose and preferred to talk about other matters as they pleased until the time allocared to the petition by the constitution expired?

      So now you, Prof. Ndulo, did you want the judges to hear themselves or to hear the petitioners?

      In fact the judges heard the petitioners as they chose to present what they preferred, i.e. the preliminaries and the judges made rulings on each of them.

      As for the main petition the petitioners chose to avoid it until time expired, you wanted judges to force the petitioners to deal with the petition.

      This is why I say, Mr alleged professor you don’t understand.

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  8. Am just from debating the election issue with folks from our new York office who happens to be pf ;what I have learnt is majority of pf people are not that dull but @job protection , and they clearly stated that it was a deliberate move not to hear the petition on weekends as lungu moles wanted to be updated every night , I have also learnt that rerun was out of question as lungu feared this path,All of them said we know pf lost but only if hh had landslide , lungu would have ceded power,in there honest and truthful manner said hh lawyers did a poor job.

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    • I agree. HH team was poorly organized.

      But he won this election. Period.

      We call on the USA and freedom living developed nation to save Zambia from the dictatorship in Zimbabwe. Don’t wait till you see an Aleppo.

      Stop Lungu dictatorship now!!

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  9. I’m a very very disappointed citizen in this man.I least expected that he turn into such a dictator.And one thing about dictators is that their ending is always disastrous.If a dictator does not suffer a disastrous ending,it is passed on to his close relations.

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    • Miles Samoa warned us that Lungu matcheted his way to a unanimous by acclamation victory at Kabwe PF convention. No one listened.

      Then he used judge Mungeni to silence Sampa. No one listened.

      Then he refused Article 104(3) and he was cheered on.

      A dictator was finally installed. No one dared question.

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  10. The tragedy is that the weakest of society who cannot relocate when this monster is full-blown are ones celebrating its creation.

    Tough luck.

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    • True I have my in laws , celebrating but 80% ni asking help from there daughter , she really feel the pitch especially when she compares the two families , it’s very sad,but it’s due to mindset . Most of us are standing on a better foundation because of the correct decision our folks made,but we are the minority and politicians take advantage of such verse in our society .

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  11. Look, the petition has actually exposed the petitioners.

    That they had no grounds of petition ing other than the so called right to do so.

    That they thought they could use falsehood to steal an election victory.

    The petitioners thought they could use tricks to deceive people into believing that that Lungu did not win, but failed.

    The petition thus exposed a scam or plot the oposition had to try and thrive on falsehood to try and snatch the election victory mere spoil it altogether.

    This is clear, it is just like that woman in the Bible who said cut the child so we can both lose.

    What can one say about campaign against referendum, other than seeing people who just wanted to have the baby cut into two?

    How can a petition that was formulated before the elections were…

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    • @15.1 Planzo,

      The petitioners were accorded chance as per the demands of the constitution, but these petitioners chose not to be heard by avoiding to talk about their own petition.

      Instead they chose and preferred to talk about other matters as they pleased until the time allocared to the petition by the constitution expired?

      So now you, Prof. Ndulo, did you want the judges to hear themselves or to hear the petitioners?

      In fact the judges heard the petitioners as they chose to present what they preferred, i.e. the preliminaries and the judges made rulings on each of them.

      As for the main petition the petitioners chose to avoid it until time expired, you wanted judges to force the petitioners to deal with the petition.

      This is why I say, Mr alleged professor you don’t…

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  12. The number of votes scored by Edgar Lungu was 1,860,877 and those scored by Hakainde Hichilema was 1,760,347. In percentage terms, this means ECL achieved 49.21% and HH 46.55%, meaning that the 50% plus 1 threshold was NOT REACHED!

    Justice Chulu cannot declare Lungu the winner when he did not attain even 50 per cent. This decision has unfairly, illegally and unconstitutionally deprived more than 85,000 Zambian Citizens of their basic democratic rights.

    Justice Chulu should have referred to the Constitution which clearly states fifty percent of the valid votes CAST, which was actually 3,781,505.

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    • You are consoling yourself and no one can stop you from doing that.
      However, the valid votes cast excluding spoilt ballots, which you have deliberately added so as to satisfy yourself, are the numbers that all the candidates got.
      Take the total votes that an individual got and divide by the sum of all the candidates and you will get the%of each candidate.
      As for Ichilema, he said it three months before elections that he was not going to accept the results. When he visited Hildah she promised him that she was going to nullify the elections if ECL won.
      Instead of wasting time, calling the 3 judges names, for saving the integrity of the ConCourt, it is of vital importance that the two corrupt judges, that Akainde paid a very huge amount of money before elections, be probed.
      We also…

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    • Please go back to school and enroll for mathematics otherwise you will die of heart attack. Anyway dreaming is free you can continue dreaming.

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  13. Zambia: PF Lawyer Banned Over Client Funds

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    PATRIOIC Front chairperson for the committee on legal affairs Edgar Lungu has been suspended from practising as a lawyer with immediate effect on allegations of misappropriating money meant for retirees of Lafarge which was formerly known as Chilanga cement plc.

    This is according to a letter dated July 30, 2010 and signed by Law Association of Zambia(LAZ) honorary secretary Musa Mwenye and copied to all relevant institutions and individuals that deal with lawyers.

    Even today he is still a crook.

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  14. 1 Samuel 16:1 HOW LONG WILL YOU CONTINUE MOURNING FOR “HH”, FOR I HAVE REJECTED HIM AS KING OVER “ZAMBIA”
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  15. HH shares some traits as the African Fish/Sea eagle. The birds are known to snatch fish from other birds in mid air, if they can’t score one of their own. This behaviour of taking from other harder working prey is known as KLEPTOPARASITES; which is to say they habitually steal prey from other species. Mmmmmmm. It’s the only thing out of our Coat of Arms he emulates, all our other instruments, he sniffs at. If that is his only Leadership quality he has displayed (snatching our mines), then it is hardly complementing for the role of Office Of The President.

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    • The agony of being a PF kaponya is…

      When you look at your wife you see HH, when to try to write anything you write about HH….Even while celebrating a stolen victory all you think of is HH..

      Muzafunta na bu kawalala wanu….

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    • @Spaka like lilo,

      I know you love to be a UPND kaponya.

      Now the agony of being a UPND kaponya is that you thrive on the philosophy of falsehood, fabrications, and false accusation.

      Sounding empty tins, and empty petitions that cannot produce evidence in 14 days but complain in the last 2 hours of the 14th day that there is no enough time.

      How vexatious it us to be a UPND litigant.
      Merely bent on frustrating and spoiling, just like the behaviour was clearly demonstrated by their campaign against referendum, just to see it fail.

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    • Peace for zambia..

      All sensible zambians know and can see that if lungu did not fear the evidence against him PF would have happily let that evidence be seen in court for the whole world to see that lungu did not right and steal.

      But instead we have all these technicalities and obuscifications and dodging the evidence.

      Just put the evidence to the public what are you afraid of…?

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    • @ 19.3 Spaka like lilo,

      All reasoning and logical Zambians know that if UPND had evidence they would not have been avoiding the petition by looking other matters to waste the whole 14 days on.

      They knew full well that the constitution stipulates 14 days but went for other things to serve as delaying tactics, as they had no evidence.

      Then last two hours if the 14 days, ati iyayi nthawi yachepa, our evidence too much for two hours, aaah you! Have you just worked to find yourself in court on the 14th day and you got no clue why you are in court?

      Where was your wisdom when you were emulating Tom & Jerry technics instead of attending to your petition?

      Was it not because you were stranded, with no evidence, but shout “Wolf” when in fact there is nothing?

      You will not cheat…

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    • @ 19.3 Spaka like lilo,

      You will not cheat many; Zambians are not interested in comic. They have more serious business to do than entertainment gymnastics.

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    • Again if lungu had nothing to fear PF would have happily let that evidence be shown..to prove to zambians and the world that lungu did not steal the election.

      But the bagga knows he stole….that is he did not want any evidence seen

      HH has been insulting those judges and saying they were paid. Will they sue him ?? Never because that will be another avenue to show the world the evidence of rigging that PF have been so desperate to avoid….

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    • @ 19.6 Spaka like lilo

      Lungu has nothing to fear. That is why he fully cooperated with the law, allowing for the full maximum stipulated timeframe if 14 days to accorded both to the petitioners and himself.

      On the other hand, it is the petitioners who had something to fear, because they had no evidence.

      Those who were afraid to table the petition were the petitioners themselves. The made sure they avoided their own petition at all costs. Even when the respondents began to object to further preliminaries citing shortage of time left, the petitioners were adamant and pressed on until the 14 days were over.

      Amazing, after fearing and avoiding to table their own petition for half a month as provided for in the constitution, they now cry we have not been heard; Aaaaah iwe!

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  16. I really thank my parents for giving me a decent education to be able to differentiate sense from nonsense.Iam glad i dont fall in the basket of deplorables who support this tinpot dictator.

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    • I am also so proud that I would never support the likes of HH and his equal, GBM the wife battler, the indultant and employee battler, verbal abuser, etc.

      For sure HH and GBM make good match. That is why HH chose GBM, they are surely if he same character and calibre.

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    • This tinpot dictator IS YOUR PRESIDENT!! Oh, I feel so sorry for you ba Musonda, try again in 20121 with flabber GBM.

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  17. @1.3 planzo, dont be too lazy to answer your own question. Suppose it was 14 working days and disaster an earthquake struck, what difference does it make to your question?

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  18. The historians of Zambia have documented how the ECZ and PF connived to Rig the election in favor of Lungu.He knows when he is alone that he lost the election hands down.That is why he could not allow the petition to proceed. In Bemba we say umulandu taubola it might take 5 or 10 years but justice will be done one day.Lungu do not even pretend that you are Christian! How can you seek God at the same time you consult Sangomas in Malawi and DRC?

    How will you reconcile your conciuos by swearing to uphold the constitution that you have no respect for!

    Our God can not be fooled!

    To Zambians

    We will regret this when the IMF conditions start to bite us.

    Enjoy the 1 day inauguration festivities and Prepare for POVERTY and UNEMPLOYMENT thereafter!

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  19. U may celebrate however you like, but dictatorship has a sour ending. Since when did ZNBC become a private property for trespassers to be procecuted!! When PF MP have frequently been there, even intimidating reporters which in itself is a crime but no arrest have been done. This man is corrupt & power hungry. His history speaks volumes of himself . Since when in the history of Zambia has there been this unprecedented bloodshed on the political landscape?? Engineering numbers to suit his taste does not represent people’s democratic will. God, your word says you hate a ruthless leader, May this Man’s days be numbered and his pains be multiplied.

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    • You are so upset. But you are also so shameless.
      What dictatorship are you talking about?
      You guys had 14 days to prove the allegations which you squandered fighting other cases.

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  20. Celebrating for election thuggery. and he will be holding the Bible to say say, “I swear…Oh, help me God”. that is taking God’s name in vain when one has rigged elections and caused death to the innocent.

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  21. Mugabe and Mu7 are coming as Sponsors of the Electoral theft. Not clear why Ian Khama would grace an illegal Inauguration ceremony. Is it the Timor Consultants connection? As for John Mugufuli of Tanzania we are surprised he is coming to celebrate vote rigging with the despots Lungu,Mugabe and Mu7. Why soil your image attending a nullity?The few Head of States attending this ceremony marks the beginning of Lungu’s war of illegitimacy. Given that the decision by the three musketeer judges (Sitali,Mungeni and Mulonda) to dismiss the Petetion Hearing based on Time technicalities is irregular,illegal and Null and Void the inauguration is academic and illegal. We will see if the CJ and her Deputy will join the Concourt bandwagon of constitutional malpractices and illegality by presiding at…

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  22. Stop being jealousy and just support man of the people ECL.Your HH lost and he was given all the time to appeal in courts of law according to the constitution.He clearly failed to board flight 14 days due to excess luggage.He is to blame and should just concede defeat so that we move forward as a country.The CJ will swear in Lungu today and is the end of the chapter till 2021.

    No amount of propaganda on ZWD or any other social media will change the status quo.

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  23. Someone says, “What was Lungu fearing if he won?”.

    Lungu had nothing to fear. That is why he fully cooperated with the law, allowing for the full maximum stipulated timeframe of 14 days to be accorded both to the petitioners and himself.

    On the other hand, it is the petitioners who had something to fear, because they had no evidence.

    The petitioners themselves were afraid to table the petition. They made sure they avoided their own petition at all costs.

    Even when the respondents began to object to further preliminaries citing shortage of time left, the petitioners were adamant and pressed on until the 14 days were over.

    Amazing, after fearing and avoiding to table their own petition for half a month as provided for in the constitution, the petitioners now cry, “we have…

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  24. UPND will NEVER form government in Zambia. After PF we may consider a different party may be Chipimo’s party or FDD, but NOT UPND. Bitter leaders that have a heart of a python that squeezes anything that comes in site! HH & GBM rest in peace

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    • Tribalism in a broad light, just wait the people shall govern, soon. You might think rigging will continue just wait.

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    • @Kandolo, he said UPND and you quickly conclude TRIBALISM. What is the connection? And you accuse others of being tribal. You are just like Kainde.

      Munshololwa…

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  25. Joke for a country that lead the independence of southern africa, a banana republic has arrived. Look at the line-up, it tells you, Only Khama’s presence is significant, everyone else, even their own people wish them dead. Put on your seat belt, IMF has landed, muzadya mauzu!

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    • @ kandolo..
      As long as mauzu alibe poison tizadya…ndani anafa kudya mauzu..vi ng’ombe vikudya chani si mauzu? This kind of bitterness will make you lose your health shamwali! If I may ask, why are guys so associated with bitterness just like the 5 time loser? Is it about ethinicity or what kansi, eish SOME of you you guys suck really!

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  26. Look at the leaders who are coming for the inauguration, Mugabe has been in power ever since his country sorry state, Museveni another poor example of democracy, Bostwana, and Tanzania the same party has been in power since the said countries where born. Enjoy.

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  27. If I were being inaugurated, I would be embarrassed for my ceremony to be attended by dictators like Museveni & Mugabe. Our hard fought democracy has given way to autocracy. What a shame.

    NWR is better off alone. We’ll never agree on this one. Let them rule themselves with autocracy, we’ll groom our own future with democracy. Someone please pass me an AK47 & RPG. It’s time to fight for independence to free NWR.

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  28. Even in KK’s days, our own home-grown dictator, MUGABE & MUSEVENI would not have attended an inauguration. We have really gone backwards. What a shame!!!

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  29. yah it can only be those to attend. I doubt if Tanzanian president will attend, he doesn’t fit in that category.

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  30. Let it not perplex anybody that four foreign dignitaries will be attending this funeral. The two, Mugabe and Museven, from the underworld, coming to celebrate their precious victory; while the other two, Mufuguli and Khama, both from the world of the living, will be here to mourn with those who mourn.

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  31. Mourn all you want, cry all you want, we are already in Lusaka for the inauguration, all the way from the tourist capital Livingstone! Pathertic losers!

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  32. I am very disappointed and total disbelief that my president Ian Khama can go to Zambia to join dictators Mugabe and Museveni. I don’t know much about Magufuli but truly speaking Ian Khama has completely nothing in common with Mugabe, Museveni and Lungu himself. Why, why is Ian making such a blunder to plan mingling with such despots? Ga ke itse gore keing se se diregang le tau tona ya rona Khama.

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  33. Bandit Museveni and Castrated Mugabe mentors to Chagwa Lungu in evil dealings must fall on arrival being criminals.

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  34. Dictators like Museveni and Mugabe are the Presidents interested in this thief a chakolwa……he will go down by the bullet.

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  35. Only shallow minded Zambian commenting thinks Lungu is a god. Get alife fellas. This dude is a criminal.

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