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George Chaponda

nsanai kugwe
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nsanai kugwe

atha awa .pakamwa ndi pa boma akulu ananena kale. taaonani pakamwa kuipa ngati mugabi.
hehedeeeee vilombo vaukila anuwake

Nikolaos Logophilius
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Nikolaos Logophilius

You have opened a can of worms, but you will not get us to swallow it. As Minister for Excuses and Denials, I can assure you that what happened in these recent by-elections was in fact a brilliant exercise in strategic planning. As usual, we won all of the seats with huge majorities, but we ‘obliged’ the returning officers to announce opposition wins. We have thus lulled the opposition into a false sense of security. This will impact negatively on their preparations for the General Election. It will also enable us to flush out many of the political prostitutes, who,… Read more »

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He believes in non other than George Thapatula Chaponda. Birds of same feathers flock together. Send a thief to catch a fellow thief.

Ngalamayi
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Ngalamayi

History is littered with leaders who surrounded themselves with sycophants & advisors with their own agendas. Those leaders (Zambia’s KK among them) lose sight of reality, the plight of those people who put them in power, and that is their downfall. One of the problems is, however, that they often use foul means to stay in power: Malawi had the Young Pioneers and now it has the DPP cadets…and can we trust the MBC to speak the truth? I doubt it.

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Telon

Well written and analysed. People surrounding the president are really telling him lies about the popularity of the DPP. But since that’s what most leaders want to hear, it’s in order. APM will be shocked big in 2019. In the North DPP is slowly but progressively losing ground while MCP is gaining ground.