MPs crossing floors are chimbwis looking for faeces, there was no dev in 2012 – Francis Manda

namulambweUrologist  Francis Manda says MP’s resigning from their political parties are behaving like Hyenas searching for faeces.

The outspoken Urologist said it is unacceptable that selfish politicians could be allowed to waste public resources on unnecessary bye elections.

“They are behaving exactly like Hyenas, these are animals that go about looking for faeces. The MP’s ditching their parties are like Hyenas looking for fecal excreta,” Dr. Manda said.

Dr. Manda was speaking Saturday morning during his popular radio show “Manzi Therapy” on ZNBC Radio 4.

He said Zambia is a country with meager resources for development programmes adding that spending huge amounts of money on bye elections which could be avoided is unacceptable.

Dr. Manda supported proposals that the new constitution should include provisions that will enable the party nominate a candidate to see out the remainder of the term in an event that the MP crosses the floor.

“We cannot continue with defections at this rate. We need these constitutional changes in order to protect public funds,” Dr. Manda said.

He also appealed to political parties to exhibit maturity and settle down in 2013.

“We saw a lot of bickering in all parties including the ruling one in 2012. We don’t need such in 2013. These political parties need to learn to resolve issues amicably.”

Dr. Manda said infighting in political parties contributed to the lack of development in 2012.

“We didn’t see any meaningful development in the past year because politicians were busy bickering. Let us start politics in 2016 and not now when Zambians want development.”

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86 Responses to "MPs crossing floors are chimbwis looking for faeces, there was no dev in 2012 – Francis Manda"

  1. simon  January 8, 2013 at 06:52

    YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND ISSUES THAT’S WHY YOU PEOPLE DELAY DEVELOPMENT. WHEN YOU TALK TO YOUR CHILDREN (IF YOU VE ANY) POLITELY AND IF THEY DON’T LISTEN YOU HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO BE A BIT IMPOLITE. DON’T YOU SEE WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR COUNTRY? CHEAP POLITICS WITHOUT CONSIDERING THE POOR PEOPLE INCLUDING YOURSELF IF YOU MEAN WELL. THESE MPs HAVE TAKEN US FOR A RIDE BUT TIME WILL SOON PUT THEM WHERE THEY BELONG. THE TERMS DR MANDA USED ARE THE BEST ONES. THANK YOU DR TELL THEM AGAIN NEXT WEEK. BA POST CAN YOU PUBLISH THIS ARTICLE SO THAT THESE PEOPLE WHO EV GROWN BIG HEADED CAN READ. SINCE SOME OF THEM DON’T HAVE TWITTER ACC. KEEP IT DR.

  2. Margret Thatcher  January 7, 2013 at 09:43

    Right on Doc. These faeces feasting MPS are a real disgraces to say the least. I am not convinced with there reasons fro crossing floor apart from from self enrichment. Bravo the Name FEACES FEASTING MPS befits all them. Useless scavengers!

  3. cult hero  January 7, 2013 at 00:17

    Donchi kubeba

  4. leading inventions  January 6, 2013 at 22:38

    Fire Dr Manda if you like but remember that if your penis fails to erect one day you will need his expertise. Go on fire him for telling you the truth to hyenas.

  5. asasaasas  January 6, 2013 at 20:58

    WHO IS THIS ONE THREATENING DR MANDA THAT HE IS A CIVIL SERVANT AND CAN LOSE HIS JOB. YOU ARE AN IDIOT AND VERY DULL CHAP. FOR YOUR INFORMATION DR MANDA IS WANTET ALL OVE AFRICA AND HAS A THOUSAND JOB OFFERS OUTSIDE ZAMBIA IF FIRED HE WILL SIMPLY PICK HIS BAGS AND BOARD A PLANE TO START WORK ELSEWHERE. JUST SHUT UP WITH YOUR BLIND SUPPORT FOR SATA. YOU IDIOT.

  6. Do the math  January 6, 2013 at 20:53

    Does defecting help the country or just fcks a taxpayer like me? This chaps should reconsider the plight of a taxpayer in paying for foolishness at it’s best.The problem with Zambian MPs when you compare them with the USA senators is that Zambian MPs are not that educated but senators are although most of them use drugs.That is the difference lol !

  7. leading inventions  January 6, 2013 at 19:41

    Hyenas can eat anything, infact not just faeces but they drink urine to accompany the stuff. Just look at the calibre of politicians running away from their parties not because of ideology but because they want an air conditioned office. They want to be fat and travel abroad at government expense and later boast in pubs and taverns.

  8. bongwe  January 6, 2013 at 18:31

    the doc is not a govt
    spokesperson, he is a civil servant and i wouldnt think he would divert to start politicking on the national radio. He has alot to lose. Watch this space and if realy he went that far then he better join politics instead of working at uth.
    As for the by elections , dont pretend that u are worried of the money no, it loosing support. Be good to your mps and they wont leave.

    • Sara  January 6, 2013 at 19:47

      As a patriotic Zambian what is important to be worried of, loosing support or wasting resources through nonsensical by election hatched by a dying and selfish dictator at state house? Let us use resources to bring development to all.

  9. sadist  January 6, 2013 at 18:29

    U shud listento yo ukwa and then judge who has bad language

  10. Dr.Phil  January 6, 2013 at 15:50

    More money awaits any MP Crossing over to PF. Mind you,thats one of the slogan.

  11. Kapiji mema  January 6, 2013 at 15:09

    What sober language are u talking about? In fact the Doc was even soberer. He shud have said these Mps are looking for an ass to lick. They are ass lickers that best describes them. What morals can u teach zambians ba guy imwe?

  12. bufi  January 6, 2013 at 14:43

    Most Zambian politicians frnkly speaking are MPs just for their personal enrichment. No wonder they so easily defect. When we complain about by-elections, their only stupid answer is that “It is budgeted for”. Shameless hyenas. K5 billion plus other corrupt resources push these expenses to over K20 billion. They would rather close UNZA and CBU to save money for by-elections.

    People managing this country are only interested in politics and power than anything else. These are the enemies Zambians need to fight instead of engaing in tribal insults which are intigated by the same greedy people. To keep us busy insulting each other instead of demamding that they bring development and keep their campaign promises.

    This govt. might be the only one which Zambians may decide to remove by force so quickly. Their vision is not clear and their totally without clear direction. Their president is not visible and appears sick and unfit. So the hide him in State House. It is only a matter of time, the hwole structure will fall after his death.

    • tonto  January 6, 2013 at 15:35

      These mpz should stop getting salaries only allowances. This will encourage mps who don’t visit their constituences to do so in order to get an allowance. This thing of changing camps coz of money at the expense of the massive poor people is not acceptable at all. Their conc
      Science is overwhelmed by greedy and selfishness. Where are the civic activists?

  13. Nuf  January 6, 2013 at 14:00

    I completely fail to understand the caliber of some of these MPs. Are they finding it difficult to survive when they are in opposition or what? What about us who have never been politicians how do we survive? Another 5 Billion on the waste when people are perishing daily. This must come to an end surely. Only if we support the clause in the constitution to stop these Hyenas looking for better F*****

  14. Kk 11  January 6, 2013 at 13:18

    Mind yo language doc its political leaders ur talkin abt,its dictatorial tendencies which pipo r running away from in these small visionless parties

    • Some-Of-Us  January 6, 2013 at 15:01

      But why are these dictatorial tendencies only when a party is in opposition. PF itself lost 22 rebel MPs while in opposition. Now it is the destination of similar defections. So is it dictatorial tendencies or opposition status that they are running away from?

      • KK shamelessly appointed his children into govt.  January 6, 2013 at 17:57

        PF never lost 22 MPs, the MMD in 2001 through Michael Sata expelled 22 MPs because they were against Chiliba’s third term.

        • muye  January 6, 2013 at 21:08

          Follow events my man, @some -of- us is talking about the 22 so-called PF rebel MPs that included people like Dr.Peter Machungwa.Get a breather!

  15. Sunkutu  January 6, 2013 at 13:05

    Thanks Doc for speaking on behalf of poor Zambians!

    CNP fellas destryoing even little progress RB made.

  16. Crook  January 6, 2013 at 12:51

    Its shameful that PF hs continued to cause unnecssary by-elections and yet in the last sitting thy where not less than 10 by-elections that were caused by natural causes.

    Supposed we had the same situation in this sitting how many by-elections are we going to have and what will be the cost on the national coffers?

  17. Shaft in Africa  January 6, 2013 at 12:36

    Is Manzi Valley Ltd becoming part of the opposition ?

    • Bokoseni Mwale  January 6, 2013 at 13:26

      Every human being is a politician you moron. Politics are for everyone not just for Army Worm politicians

    • Kafwimbi  January 6, 2013 at 17:19

      Why do you suggest opposition. Is ruling party in support of being wasteful?

  18. Kanyenga  January 6, 2013 at 12:31

    in short, they are like CNP searching for feaces.

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