Rainbow Party Presidential Candidate Wynter Kabimba
Rainbow Party Presidenti Wynter Kabimba

Rainbow Party Secretary General Wynter Kabimba has urged stakeholders taking part in the forthcoming national dialogue to take the meeting seriously so that the country can move forward.

Mr Kabimba says there is need for opposition political parties and the ruling PF to be on talking terms for Zambia to achieve meaningful development.

He said political parties are critical players in the governance of the country hence the need to engage them on matters of national development.

Mr Kabimba was speaking during ZNBC’s Sunday interview program in Lusaka last night.

He added that the national dialogue is not meant for the PF and the -UPND but for all political parties in the country who have the interest of country.

Mr Kabimba said the rainbow party is ready for the national dialogue and will comply with conditions set.

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  1. There is nothing coming out of it Wynter. It’s a waste of time. We have leaders with big egos at play. Please let us focus on something else. This is a waste of money. Even CMBs and ZCID are fighting for allowances.

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    • Which nation? National yobe, it’s political dialogue.
      Unless you want to form Government of National Unity, Kabimba as Minister of Justice again.

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    • Dialogue about what?
      All issues pushed into the agenda cannot be resolved by party heads but parley and other responsible institutions.
      Anyways, God luck.

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    • Why are people from a supposedly Christian country so opposed to dialogue. Kabimba here, makes a lot of sense

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  2. Rainbow party “Presidenti” Wynter Kabimba. You guys at Lusaka Times, you mean to tell me you can’t spell President? Come on guys!!!

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  3. Did he dialogue with the opposition when he was SG of the party? Even his fellow PF members felt his ‘weight’. Ask Given Lubinda. He knows better. Practice what you preach Wynter.

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    • Police clashed with protesters in the Zimbabwean capital as the main labor-union confederation began a national strike after the government more than doubled fuel prices to the highest in the world.
      The stay-away comes as a foreign-exchange shortage has sparked scarcities of everything from fuel to bread, caused doctors to stay away from work and companies to cut or cease production because they can’t import raw materials.
      The main industry body said in a letter to the government that businesses across the Southern African nation are on the brink of collapse.
      “The house is burning,” the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries said in a letter to the Industry Ministry.

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  4. tHE IR IS NO CRISIS FOR DIALOGING IN AMBIA PLEASE LETS DIALOGUE AFTER HE LOSES AGAIN IN 2021 KWAMANA. PREPARE UR PARTY FOR ANOTHER HUMILIATING DEFEAT IN 2021 DIALOGUE WILL NOT GIVE U VOTES

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  5. Kabimba at it again, in one breath he talks about inclusiveness in the same breath he indirectly calls for exclusion of representatives of other political parties by using a veiled statement of saying we will comply with conditions, besides this dialogue is supposed to be for serious political parties not one man parties like Poor Peoples Party, Rainbow etc, because these have no representation and will only derail the proceedings.

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  6. Kabimba is a man we all learnt to hate, but I have only realised that the reason they hated him was because he was a disciplined secretary general who didnt like money wasted. Sadly for him perception is every thing and the only way to survive is to rejoin the PF

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  7. Typical my country people instead of engaging in some serious debate you are busy insulting.Wynter is right to you who are insulting because of your small God HH you want to oppose anyone Who speaks sense unless some rubbish comes out of HH mouth

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