Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo
Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo

Copperbelt Province Minister Bowman Lusambo has called on the Lamba chiefs in the province to advise chieftainess Lesa not to involve herself in partisan politics as she is a custodian of people from different political parties.

Mr. Lusambo said this at the weekend during the Ukutangala Pa Nondo traditional ceremony in chief Shibuchinga of the Lamba people in Lufwanyama district.

Mr. Lusambo said government was all-inclusive and ready to work with all the people including those who belong to the opposition political parties to ensure that the motto of One Zambia; One nation is upheld.

He said Zambians were one despite having different political views hence the need for the opposition political parties to work together with government in order to foster development in the country.

He further said government was committed to ensuring that Lufwanyama was developed in the health and education sectors noting that a number of projects were being undertaken in the district.

And speaking through his representative John Bayungi, chief Shibuchinga thanked government for all the developments taking place in Lufwanyama district.

Chief Shibuchinga however called on government to ensure that works on the Lufwanyama-Kasempa road were completed because it was an economic road that will link Copperbelt and North Western provinces.

The traditional leader further said issues of health were cardinal and appealed to government to construct more health posts.

He said there was need to upgrade Milemu and Kambilombilo health posts to clinics so that health service delivery is improved in his chiefdom.

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18 COMMENTS

    • Lusambo is a crookster. Zambians are one when it suits PF but other people are bantustans when they vote for other parties. Chief Lesa should do the right thing. Lamba chiefs should do the right thing. Abash PF, the PFraudsters.

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    • But if the chiefs follow your advice, they will too become partisan. The best advice would be for all politicians including you PF to leave chiefs alone to govern their clans.

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  1. If someone doesn’t want to work with you leave him. Ukwangala tabapatikisha. Why leaving those chiefs who supported you and start pleading for chiefs who don’t want you?

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  2. She is entitled to her political opinion and affiliation just like some Chief in the East. She is smarter and wiser though

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  3. Lusambo leave chiefteness Lesa alone. Fwebo babulima ne Lamba lyonse tulikene pantu tatwa votele bakabolala abali koti niwebo Lusambo.
    The Chief is excercising her rights and you must leave her alone. PF will go one day but our chiefdom will remain forever. If you are not from chiefdom then you are a foreigner. Check your NRC to remind you that you are not Lungu village, Chief Chagwa Edgar. Nebo pa Reg yandi Ilinenfumu nenchende ni Ba Malembeka mwandini.

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    • Nalelo ndi mulamba wawa Mukutuma. Bowman Ali fye bwino. A chief is supposed to be neutral. She is not supposed to support lawlessness that was being committed by the 2 wise fools in her Chief dominic and go on to intimidate witnesses. That is a shame. She will end up in jail.she is a bitter woman

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  4. @Sengeleti. BOWMAN LUSAMBO mu lamba uwakwa Nkambo. mukwabesu, nemo ndiwakwa chiwala and I really support his statement. a chief suppose to support and work with the Government of the day. if we want our beautiful lamba land to develop lets just join them.

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    • WEBO KOYOKO. UKUMUPAPATILA KOTI NINDALAMA SHAKU PARTY YAKWEKO ANGA WAMYA KWESU KUBULAMBA? ALA NGA CHITWALE UKO. INFUMU NIMFUMU ABA MUNFULUMENDE BELU KUTWALAPO AMA POLITICS MUNCENDE SHANFUMU.

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  5. The minister mighty be right, but his approach to the Chief is terrible. He should come down he is not talking to the president. He lacks respect for the Chiefs. He is sending the Chiefs to go and tell Chieftains Lesa. He should be the one to approach the chief. He is talking to the chief as if he talking to a ten year boy who refused to go to school yesterday.

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  6. just mind your on business dear leave the chief alone he don’t want to work with corrupt govr……

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  7. HOW CAN LUSAMBO A CALL BOY RUN A SENSTIVE PROVINCE LIKE COPPERBELT? ? BARELY A MONTH IN OFFICE HE IS ALREADY INSULTING CHIEFTNESS LESA! WE REALLY HAVE LEADERSHIP CRISIS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. LET’S WAIT AND SEE..

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    • @Father Bwalya, you’re entitled to your opinion but looking down on people is not right. It’s these people you look down who form the bulk of our population and if you’re a politician we cannot trust you since you’ll never accept us as human beings.

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  8. Bowman talipo muLamba. Kani mu Lamba, nishi waku Kongo. Kamumwipushisha ati asontepo apalele bawishi.
    Nemo ndi wakwa Mushili ku Katuba. Kani imfumu baliulu balabila ati uwalunda fwadalesa tewakusala, ninshi chashila. Ukubomba nebuteko bwalelo tekweba ati Imfumu shifwale Ifikwembe fya PF, koku.
    Nakana nebone.

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    • @ joseph ..,Why is it that if you don’t agree with someone, you start saying he’s not from your tribe. Am sure next to be denied will be Katambo

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  9. I think the best is to do away with chiefs coz I see no reason why we should have chiefs they are the source of tribalism, everyone will be aligning themselves to chiefs. They used to be of value long ago when we had no presidents, no ministers, no dcs etc. This time around they have become obsolete its just like having a black & white tv in your house while you even have an led tv. My opinion.

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