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Patriotic Front on Firm Ground, PF Secretary General Tells Muchinga Province

General News Patriotic Front on Firm Ground, PF Secretary General Tells Muchinga Province

PF Secretary General Davies Mwila
PF Secretary General Davies Mwila
Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General Mr. Davies Mwila has assured the structures in Muchinga Province that the party will never depart from the values that made it Zambia’s number one (1) party of choice from 2011 when it formed Government to date.

“We know and understand that the Patriotic Front was birthed as the people’s movement, as a pro-poor party to who we have committed ourselves as our 2011-2016 and 2016 to 2021 election manifestos consistently show,” said Mr. Mwila.

The Secretary General has called on the membership across the country to show unity and discipline even under great provocation. He has said that was the mark of a mature party trusted to lead a nation. He has also called on the membership to dispel falsehoods peddled against the party leadership by those whose only preoccupation in politics was to get into power.

“Of course those who seek our fall as a party have regrouped and manufacturing lies and distortions against our leader President Edgar Chagwa Lungu and the Patriotic Front, but the party remains unshaken. Their lies and distortions have very short legs, they can’t go far! The Zambian people from whom we draw our mandate as a governing party can be assured that those of us who are privileged to know President Lungu as an epitome of incisive leadership, intellect and high moral standards, a man who was a glue at a time when the party and nation lost late President Michael Chilufya Sata. Muchinga Province can be assured that President Lungu has followed in late President Sata’s footprints and the party and country were in very safe hands.”

The Secretary General has assured that the party’s preoccupation is no longer politics per se but development. The politics Zambians are asking PF to do is to bring development closer to their doorsteps in the form of good roads, schools, hospitals, good prices for their agricultural produce, including entrepreneurship ventures for our youths who want to work for themselves, among others. “We are not in government to be exchanging words with those who want to get into the driver’s seat. Their aim is to distract us while ours is to remain focused with our eyes on the ball. We want to present a better and more developed Zambia than we found it in 2011 and indeed far much better than it looked in 2016. That is what the people of Zambia sent us to government to do – to change their lives for the better”.

The Secretary General has reiterated his call for discipline and unity in the party. He has said it was the duty of every party member to focus on building a strong and united party. He also observed that numerical growth was a sign of growth for a political party and a duty for every member to undertake.

14 COMMENTS

    • Mwila has proved me wrong.

      I might be old school, being 27 years of age but i see NO REASON why we should have had Muchinga as a province and makes little to no sense to me

      Why are they splitting Northern province instead of splitting southern province?

      I need answers

      Thanks

      BB2014,16

    • The answer is you got 19 points in G12, and have been posing as a student for 7 years in Scotland, but actual work: doing anal ansd swallowing cum and geting paid for the old school profession. Unfortuanely, you have been 27 for the last 3 years

    • Rainman, you are NOT at my level

      You should be happy I replies to you.

      I normally avoid retards

      LT is my Yard, if you want to gain some mileage you have picked an untouchable. You cant win but you can lose.

      Your choice

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

    • Rainman couldn’t have put it any better. @mushota: ‘you should be happy I replies to you’ Could this be scotish English?

    • You are perfectly right…we cannot be at the same level!!….but let me be clear…first of all I dont swallow cum, and secondly, I am just wondering how many cums you have swallowed in the last 24 hrs?…I even wonder how you manage to sit for hours blogging rubbish with such poking in the anus and still manage to sh!t!!..Until you stop doing annal, and blogging rubbish…I am your host…go and do a few O’ levels, and all the way to a PhD, and join Citi-Group London under the Graduate Professionals Programme, then we can engage intellectually…otherwise, keep doing anal, swallowing cum, and keep on wasting time here blogging on such a midiocre platform. Actually, if LT was serious, you could have been already blocked along time ago!!

  1. This man who looks like he had run out of Ambi is a disgrace. Does anyone need to be told lies when your incompetence is in full view. Gone are the days when media fora was a privilege of a few, Zambians need to wake up and stop these people masquerading as pro poor so they can continue to plunder the country, what a shame

    • KIKIKIKI MY POINT. YOU HAVE ENDED MY DAY ON A LAUGH. MAYBE HE TRIED BUTONE OR JAREEBU AND IT REDDENED HIS NOSE INSTEAD. IF PF WAS STILL TIGHT WHY GO AROUND ANNOUNCING IT. PF IS BREAKING TO PIECES. THE MMD UNDER RUPIAH ARE DESTROYING IT IN A VERY CLEVER WAY. READ WHAT THEY SAY ON MEDIA AND IT ALL DISCREDITS THE PF.DORA THIEVING AND THAT BAFOON LUSAMBO EACH TIME HE OPENS HIS MOUTH PF LOSES ABOUT 50 INTELLIGENT PEOPLE.

  2. Terrible when are you going to confirm or deny the political aspirations of mumbi phiri to become first female president of zambia backed by the articulate amos chanda

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