Opposition APC President Nason Msoni
Opposition APC President Nason Msoni

All People’s Congress President Nason Msoni says the National Dialogue is a serious national undertaking which shouldn’t be trivialised and reduced to igniting petty political squabbles and putting unnecessary bottlenecks and conditionalities leading to the question of who should and shouldn’t attend as a pre-condition for President Edgar Lungu and the party in government to attend.

Mr. Msoni said such conditionalities rather have the effect of diminishing and reducing the stature of the Presidency.

He said Intraparty party intolerances cannot be allowed to overshadow an important national agenda saying it is actually shocking to point out, that it is actually petty political posturing and insecurities at play.

“We all have an opportunity to learn something positive from the maturity of Kenyan politics and the leadership qualities being exhibited by President Uhuru Kenyatta in providing the kind of leadership that speaks to value addition in politics of Kenya”, he said.

Mr. Msoni said it is gratifying and amazing how President Kenyatta has reached out to his opponents and how together they are tackling issues of governance, corruption and working towards addressing issues that have affected the Country.

“We think it is indiscipline of the highest order and misdirection for the low ranking party zealots to dictate to the Presidency senseless conditionalities for commencing political engagement, simply to appear relevant to the political discourse”, Mr. Msoni added.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. The so called national dialogue will just be a waste of tax payers money. All muppets involved can talk to one another via video/voice conferencing. Stop wasting our time and money!!!

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    • Everything was good, until he started mentioning Kenya.
      Fuuuuck Kenya, fuuuuck Congo, fuuuuck Uganda!! this is Zambia with chiefs and church leaders.
      Dialogue should include Power XS drink.

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  2. Zambians want peaceful and leveled political play ground. I hope that is the theme of the anticipated dialogue. Abash throwing stones at each other during campaign.

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  3. So iwe Masoni, dialogue must be attended by 10,000 people? Including neckless stroke ready Chimbwili? Since when did our politics contain and accommodate hybrid politicians, as in GMO?

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  4. By the way iwe Masoni, are you next to be evacuated to Milpark Hospital? Pantu just the other week your colleagie Mulongoti was on the wedding line up for Trib.al Hacks’ alliance, a week later barely he has to be evacuated to South africa. By the way what is Mulyongoti suffering from that needs evacuation? The UTH surely must have a malnutrition ward?

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  5. Kenya doesn’t have clowns like you for opposition that’s why the have a good political environment. Odinga conceded and that’s why everything is normal there. Who supports the notion that a fired mp who has used yhe courts to fight his expulsion to cling to his seat can attend the dialogue as leader of another party and you 1d*ots support it??? And you want a normal political landscape???

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  6. WARNING this dialogue can bring positive or disaster.
    People involved be tolerant not what we are swing from church group who are seeming sidelining with JJ ck.They shouldn’t treat zcid as devils they should get a lot of ideas from them. Seen church fail to solve problems within the church and this is not different,

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