MP Mulusa: Emancipation is not without casualties

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By Lucky Mulusa, MP

I have been receiving several messages of solidarity regarding the Mutembo Nchito fiasco and the possibility that Parliament will discipline me. I have also received messages in which some people are concerned for my safety. I remain unfazed for I am alive to the proven historical fact that the struggle for the emancipation against evil is never and will never be without risk and sacrifice. I am encouraged by the verses and prayers I am receiving from God fearing Zambians. The following verses are particularly strengthening and reassuring: Psalm 91; Isaiah 61, Exodus 6:1-8 and many others. I seek solace under the shadow of the Lord. So fear is not part of me and will never be.

I wish to remind everybody that there is only one mother Zambia available to us – we need to guard her jealously. I also wish to assure you that there is no punishment nor pain either Parliament or any court of law can impose or inflict on me regarding this matter, which can be more profound than the damage the people of Zambia individually and collectively will suffer as a result of Mutembo Nchito’s continued abuse of our justice system to emancipate himself and his acquaintances from his and their past mistakes.

It is strange how in trying to be orderly and fair, society’s laws, policies and procedures become so vulnerable to wrong doers. While wrong doers follow no laid down procedures in breaking the Law, or policies and procedures, it is again strange that those who should provide intervention are bogged down by the bureaucracy of the right channels and procedures that must be followed. In our case, acquaintances of wrong doers have been strategically placed at every corner to frustrate intervention. The spirit is to protect the rights of wrong doers. This does not only give massive advantage to wrong doers, but it encourages wrong doing on a constant basis.

In Zambia the insatiable appetite to do wrong is amazing. Our complicity to that is also shocking. I cannot believe that we can allow a situation where the three arms of government meant to provide an environment of separation of power and in the process provide an opportunity for checks and balances can be occupied by people linked to one another in one way or another. If correcting the situation is a risky affair, then, I, Lucky Mabenga Mulusa, representative of the people of Solwezi Central, and all the right thinking Zambians, will willingly take that risk on behalf of the down trodden.

I cannot believe the extent to which we have destroyed and mismanaged our economic, political, and electoral systems initially meant to be means to attain broadly based economic and human development through good governance. The enemy has studied these systems, not to better them, but to look for weaknesses that can be exploited for individualistic needs. During elections, political parties do not study the best way to use the electoral process, but rather the best way to defeat it. When in power, parties in government do not study the economic systems in order to better them, but to find personal economic opportunities.

For me and I know for every right thinking Zambian, there has to be a stop to this strange phenomenon in our beloved mother Zambia.

Lucky Mulusa, MP.

Solwezi Central Constituency.

April, 2013.

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140 Responses to MP Mulusa: Emancipation is not without casualties

  1. Am told the DPP has developed diarrhoea because the environment is becoming hostile for him and he is contemplating to resign to pave way for investigations.

    Water Level - April 11, 2013
    14:55

  2. Hon Mulusa, i am writing this far from home yet what you write resonates very well with what i would have said yet don’t know how to put in across to people. You do this so beautifully and i have a lot of respect for you. What i know is that we serve a very powerful God, a God of Truth, a God of honour, a God of Love, a God who sees what we are experiencing. Time (God’s time) will come when all will have to answer before him what we did with our lives.

    I know for sure that Hon Mulusa God knows you are standing with the down trodden and he will lift you up.

    FEAR NOT FOR HE HAS CALLED YOU BY THY NAME AND YOU ARE THE SON OF THE MOST HIGH!

    Stay blessed and give us more wisdom to free mother Zambia from selfish individuals.

    muzimai wapa Zed - April 11, 2013
    14:51

    • AMEN

      THINKU - April 11, 2013
      18:43

  3. fake ka mulusa shameful zambians busy applauding him useless dog dönt divide us one zed na pf yesu and kuomboka

    kasamba milopa - April 11, 2013
    14:48

    • you must be Masumba

      eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
      14:51

  4. Mulusa is right on one thing, the cartel led by M’membe will be the ruin of this country and it has to be checked before we find ourselves in a deep trench….he needs support from all well meaning Zedians.

    The Crossed-Eyed Assasin - April 11, 2013
    14:47

  5. THESE GUYS GANGING AGAINST MULUSA SHOULD BE CONDEMNED TO THE FULL, THEY SHOULDN’T THINK THEY CAN BREAK THE LAW ANYHOW THEMSELVES, AND THEY CANNOT BE ABOVE THE LAW…MUTEMBO, MMEMBE, MATIBINI, KABIMBA AND FEW OTHERS ARE THE PEOPLE WHO WILL DESTROY PRESIDENT SATA’S TENURE OF OFFICE…THEY SHOULD BE STOPPED…

    NewZambia - April 11, 2013
    14:42

  6. With people like REAL HON Mulusa… there is still hope for this country… We are with with my Brother … all the way !!!

    So Sad!! - April 11, 2013
    14:42

  7. Viva mulusa, you young men should work closely together for the benefit of our Nation. Viva kunda keep it up for mother zambia. I salute you two.
    No retreat No surrender

    Owe mayo - April 11, 2013
    14:42

    • Mutinta Mazoka too is on that list of gallant warriors.

      Chachine - April 11, 2013
      16:02

  8. Let us not sell an entire country to Sata, Mmeembe, Mutembo and Matibini. Zambia cannot be that cheap. Let them unleash their double standards and purge their enemies but we must stand with this brave Solwezian.

    Ba Kaonde - April 11, 2013
    14:09

  9. Now there is the savior of Zambia. Where was this man; l had lived to believe that in Zambia there can never be a man of substance like Mulusa. Hon. Mulusa please keep it up. You give us hope.

    Wisdom Chasaya - April 11, 2013
    14:06

  10. Each time I read Mulusa’s article, I learn something. “I cannot believe that we can allow a situation where the three arms of government meant to provide an environment of separation of power and in the process provide an opportunity for checks and balances can be occupied by people linked to one another in one way or another”. Good one!

    Seed - April 11, 2013
    14:04

    • I also strongly believe Mulusa’s writings have something new to teach all of us. These same people who are linked to one another are the ones reportedly holding a surrogate president hostage. Honestly how can checks and balances be effective when Matibini was junior partner to Nchito’s MNB? Nchito himself was lawyer for Mmembe. This is an evil matrix which the so called youth of Zambia gave us by voting for a semi-illiterate President who is now not on top of things. Now all the governance institutions have been mutilated and shred to pieces. Which one can stand up to Mmembe, Nchito, Kabimba and by extension Masebo? We can only look to the likes of Mulusa for redemption.

      Centre Back Of Democracy - April 11, 2013
      15:32

      • Exactly, our youths are largely responsible for the mess we find ourselves in. Governance of this country has been hijacked by a cabal of jackals and it’s not looking very good.

        DPP - April 11, 2013
        16:07

      • Lombe Chibesakunda perpetually acting Chief Justice of the land. Is there any light at the end of the tunnel.

        Chachine - April 11, 2013
        16:08

      • this ought to be the worst deception in the history if this country where unelected leaders are running the affairs of state from behind a veil, using the backdoor.

        Guy Scott - April 11, 2013
        16:19

  11. U ALWAYS LOOSE

    Kajimang - April 11, 2013
    14:04

  12. kisu kisu twasanta ba mwisho

    robin owens - April 11, 2013
    13:58

  13. We need more young politicians (MPs,etc) of this calibre and much less if not absolutely none of the young samples we have seen masquarading as Honourables steel bent on criss-crossing floors to the detriment ensuring accountality in governance.

    I am 63, certainly not so young, but clearly at a go-between status between the younger generation, to whom a better Zambia ought to passed, and the God-blessed near-centurions. Unfortunately, some of these near-centurions are an embodiment of everything that the younger generation should be protected against.

    Young Mulusa, keep it up. Getting things requires courage of purpose; attributes that we are seeing in you.

    I love Zambia.

    Patriot

    Patriot Zambian - April 11, 2013
    13:51

  14. Mulusa! Mulusa! Mulusa! Mulusa! Mulusa! Mulusa! You give me hope. I thank you so much you have no idea

    pambi - April 11, 2013
    13:46

  15. Spot on. I might add that it is strange how we Zambians are taking all these wrongs lying down.

    Eagle - April 11, 2013
    13:41

  16. Here Here honourable Mulusa.

    Tina Kunda - April 11, 2013
    13:36

  17. It is clear Mulusa does have some talent of some kind. He could even be miles and miles away from many Zambians common on this blog. If he is not a bought chap like many opposition fellows, he deserves more than just praise. He is articulate, fearless, abrupt and sharp.What drives him is hard to tell.Where he is going I don’t quite know!

    Prime - April 11, 2013
    13:33

  18. Where are the fools from LAZ!!! They all have eaten from the devil’s hands-!!!!bribed.

    Chikala - April 11, 2013
    13:31

  19. LUCKY LUCKY LUCKY, VERY ENCOURAGING INDEED THAT WE CAN STILL HAVE GOOD NUTS OUT OF A ROTTEN BUNCH.KEEP IT UP FOR US THE MAJORITY USEFUL IDIOTS. MAY THE BLOOD OF JESUS PROTECT YOU THROUGH AND THROUGH.

    abash anacacondasinalism - April 11, 2013
    13:18

  20. Hear hear!!Mwana mulume….Mukulumpe wamingilo…Lucky

    Nilichee - April 11, 2013
    13:14

  21. It only takes to lit one match stick to produce a very intensive and extensive fire. Mulusa is one such single match stick and need partnership to produce heat, intensive heat to destroy a seemingly big area (cartel). Unfortunately, a lot of Zambians behave like SALI SALI who do not see the wrong direction this country is heading to. The most enemy of this country is not M’membe, Nchito, Kabimba, Masebo, Matibini or President Sata but those people of Sali Sali’s behavior who cant distinguish political issues from life sustenance issues in the name of looking more pro ruling party and therefore feel they have the right to defend nonsense. It is such people who will make the day tarry to dawn for Zambia. Please bloggers, let Mulusa not fight alone. He has lit a match for emancipation of this country, let all well meaning students from all institutions be the fuel, the oxygen and the heat required to support and sustain the fire. An appeal to churches, poor communities, workers and other sympathizers to make a stop to this homo behavior from the homo and evil group.Matibini remember how you were rejected for NCC chairmanship? Confirmation you are untrustworthy. GO MULUSA GO! LET THE INTIMIDATORY FORCES THINK TWICE. The only way these fools can behave is to put them on their defense! Let us all find what is close to their hearts and ask them if they really value them. We love this country and we should protect it. It is my view these people do not love President Sata. We want him to go all the way until we may be required to evaluate him.SOLIDARITY AND DEMOCRACY FOREVER!!!!

    chipasa 'inge' - April 11, 2013
    13:13

  22. Mwasebenza yaya. Looking forward to your next article. You stand for the truth Mulusa, the son of the soil. We can only hope that one two MPs join you in this course. The few articles you have contributed surely have caused the ruling party to sit up a bit. Take courage and continue speaking the truth relentlessly. Zambia is a democratic country and all should be seen to leave as such. These are men of substance.

    Chachine - April 11, 2013
    13:10

  23. Mwasebenza yaya. Looking forward to your next article. You stand for the truth Mulusa, the son of the soil. We can only hope that one two MPs join you in this course. The few articles you have contributed surely have caused the ruling party to sit up a bit. Take courage and continue speaking the truth relentlessly. Zambia is a democratic country and all should be seen to leave as such.

    Chachine - April 11, 2013
    13:02

  24. Am worried of Mutembo. Mulusa is right its only that we like politicking even strait foward things.

    Kabimba - April 11, 2013
    12:59

  25. I have said this before. I like Hon Lucky Mulusa’a courage and forthrightness. When others like Masumba, Namulambe, Taima and other such political hyenas have decided to betray the aspirations of our people by choosing to serve their stomachs and egos more than the nation, Hon Mulusa has stood out tall by proving his loyalty to his country and its people. When a government chooses to disregard the rule of law then it becomes an enemy of the very people it is supposed to serve. This is the enemy we should all help Hon.Mulusa to fight.

    The Silent One - April 11, 2013
    12:51

  26. Well articulated essay Lucky. It is now very true that a cartel for the very first time in Zambia has taken over all the arms of Government. The Legislature, Executive, and Judiciary are now all headed by persons who are very closely associated with Sata in one way or another. This is happening for the very first time. Under Kaunda, we at least had a fearless National Assembly due to the uncompromising Nabulyato and even under Chiluba, there was some semblance of independence. Under Sata all arms of Government have been emasculated and even the fourth estate, the press has all but died. when Chiluba tried to destroy the country, we had M’membe standing up for the rights of Zambians. Now M’membe is firmly in the camp of wrong doers. These are very troubling times and with state power vested in a person whose mental abilities are questionable, I foresee very dangerous times ahead.

    Deep Thinker - April 11, 2013
    12:43

  27. VIVA LUCKY MULUSA, VIVA MOTHER ZAMBIA. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH INDEED. THIS YEAR 2013 IS THE YEAR OF GOD’S VEGEANCY FOR THE POOR AND DOWN TRODDEN, PROVERBS IS CLEAR, NO CROWN IS FOR GENERATION, YES INDEED, NO ONE KNOWS WHEN THEY WILL LEAVE THIS EARTH, SO WHAT MAKES THESE FOOLS THINK THAT IT WILL ALWAYS BE SUNSHINE FOR THEM? OUR GOD NEVER SLUMBERS, WE ARE PRAYING AND SOON AND VERY SOON SOME OF YOU NCHITO, MMEMBE, KABIMBA WILL BE SIX FEET DOWN, WHAT A WASTE! WHAT A SHAME! OUR PRAYER IS THAT GOD WILL FIGHT FOR THE INNOCENT ZAMBIANS AND YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. WHEN GOD FIGHTS FOR HIS OWN, WHO CAN STAND? WHO IS HE THAT CAN BATTLE WITH OUR GOD, JEHOVAH ELGABOA? COUNT YOUR DAYS BRETHREN, THEY ARE NUMBERED, WHATEVER OUR GOD CAN DO TO SAVE ZAMBAIA, HE WILL DO IT, EVEN IF IT MEANS SOME OF YOU DYING BY ROAD ACCIDENT, COLLAPSING OR ANY MEANS, HE IS GOD. WHO ARE YOU TO TURN HIS NATION INTO YOUR PLACE IS SETTING SCORES WITH HIS CREATION, WATCH YOURSELVES, THIS IS PROPHETIC, TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, BUT THE GOD I SERVE WILL SURELY COME THROUGH FOR THE SUFFERING ZAMBIANS. THUMBS UP TO LUCKY MULUSA, MAY GOD MAKE HIS FACE TO SHINE ON YOU, MAY HE MULTIPLY HIS ANGELS AROUND YOU DAY AND NIGHT, THE MIGHTY WORRIOR ANGELS WITH SWORDS OF FIRE. AMEN

    Nkonde Katapa - April 11, 2013
    12:41

  28. Zambians hate intelligent politicians like mulusa, and for that the country will pay a high price. Do you think the people of DRC or Congo Brazaville enjoy the state of their countries? Patrick matibini, Nchito, mmembe should think twice about rule of law.Zambia is a laughing stock in Europe for having a DPP who has criminal cases and is financially bankrupt. Matibini is a the biggest idioti I have ever seen. Did this useless speaker called matibini watch the debate in the British Parliament yesterday. Matibini is an idiot.

    leading inventions - April 11, 2013
    12:32

  29. He is just a bitter tribalist. He envious of the successes the PF has achieved. If he wants a Job, he must humbly request.Our president is a listening man

    Sakeni - April 11, 2013
    12:31

    • Aren’t you seeing that much of country’s resources are going to one Region

      Original - April 11, 2013
      13:45

    • Just had to laugh and no doubt it is coming!

      It's a worry(M'membe & Co should pay back our K18b) - April 11, 2013
      13:46

    • KINDLY EXPLAIN WHAT YOUR PARTY HAS ACHIEVED?

      mimi - April 11, 2013
      14:50

    • You are just a dog who has no understanding of what justice is all about. What should stop a normal human being to be bitter if an individual or small group defiles the governance system for their benefit, meanwhile singing ” Happy to you all” what really?

      Mapumba fwiiii - April 11, 2013
      14:51

  30. What is the position of LAZ in all this? This is a prima facie case against your members.

    eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
    12:22

  31. mulusa!

    bro kasonkomona - April 11, 2013
    12:21

  32. I wish all MPs were as intelligent as Mulusa.

    Puffy Adder - April 11, 2013
    12:18

  33. VIVA Mulusa, Viva. Abash Mutembo Nchito, Abash Sata, Abash Kabimba. Viva Mulusa.

    Sylvia Masebo - April 11, 2013
    12:16

  34. Where are the other MPs? What is their take on what their fellow MP is talking about? Helloooo are you law makers hearing what we are hearing? UPND MPs we expect you to stand with MP Mulusa on this one. Why are you quiet?

    One Zambia One Nation - April 11, 2013
    12:13

    • They are busy eating our money!!!

      Bauze - April 11, 2013
      12:54

  35. Hon. Mulusa well done. A group of friends and I would like to meet you so we can get more clarity on the matter so as to support you from an adequately imformed perspective. How do we get in touch?

    Simba - April 11, 2013
    12:12

  36. Mulusa is a good writer,has an analytical mind and has thought consistence.

    Martino - April 11, 2013
    12:10

  37. Good luck!

    Sillyman Jelly - April 11, 2013
    12:09

  38. Better said than never, this time around we see a reformed SATA and I see the man looking into the details of some of these intelligent articles. Sata has been cheated enough by some of his people who seemed liking him and yet misleading him. Malusa has a smooth way of delivering in what he believes in by way of being polite to the powers that be. Malusa is not encouraging revolt , but encourages leadership to have a re-look at the way they do things. VIVA Malusa.

    Rusco - April 11, 2013
    12:05

    • You are a Liar! Mr. Sata has not reformed in any way! He is the same old beast we have grown to know.

      PF Yosila - April 11, 2013
      12:47

      • lol

        kolwe - April 11, 2013
        13:43

        • @kolwe what does lol stand for? some one with spiritual eyes and discernment once told me that it is an underworld abrev for lucifer our lord(lol) in case you are just using it innocently and dont know the meaning you may be praising the enemy un knowingly.God bless you.

          mwami - April 11, 2013
          14:15

          • ..It actually stands for ‘Laughing Out Loud’. Don’t exaggerate..

            eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
            14:29

  39. If only we could have more mps thinking like this, then maybe things would have been a little bit different in our country. People are hated for doing the right thing and I can assure the honourable mp that he is going to have more enemies because of what he is trying to do. But just know that Jesus never fails, even when your friends let you down, he will never let you down.

    Make Boyi - April 11, 2013
    11:56

  40. Only the focused and resilient people bring change. If you are doing right things,fear nothing but fear itself.

    Chishi - April 11, 2013
    11:55

  41. Sniffing the air, I see Matibini again setting up parliament as a Kangaroo Court in order to fix Mulusa.

    Spectator Kalaki - April 11, 2013
    11:49

    • Matibini, M’membe and Nchito are complicit in this scam. Look at it this way: M’membe and Nchito were business partners in their failed business venture Zambian Airways are heavily indebted to DBZ (ZMK14 billion).
      Matibini and Nchito were once partners in a law firm. Matibini and M’membe ate close to each other. In fact, M’membe lobbied for the job of Speaker for Matibini.Do you see the connection?

      eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
      12:13

      • But if this is how things are, why are we so docile that we can’t challenge these things ? Why are we not brave like Hon. Mulusa?

        Antonio Dinorscio - April 11, 2013
        12:47

        • These things are not being reported in main the stream media (i.e mainly Zambia Daily Mail, Times of Zambia, ZNBC and the Post Newspaper). These media outlets are under the supervision of Information P.S Amos Malupenga who is a former Editor-in-Chief at the Post Newspaper. By extension, Fred M’membe is actually controlling these media outlets. He decides what news goes out to the the public domain.George Chellah, the State House Press Aide is Fred M’membe’s boy, so any information coming out of there M’membe will be privy to it and can influence how it is manipulated. Then, he has got his his own Post Newspaper, which he uses to pull wool on the face of the masses.
          So it is difficult for the ordinary person to know what exactly is happening because Fred M’membe is micro managing the news. As far as the man on the street is concerned, everything is fine.

          eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
          13:37

        • We need to answer those questions if we are patriotic and concerned that Zambia is quickly heading to being a lost cause. As long as we fear to be caught up in collateral damage in the fight for emancipation, we shall continually be mute to our consciences. Doling out insults generously on blogs behind pseudonymns signals cowardice and the negative forces know it. They know that they are dealing with and short-changing frightened people and that gives them even more energy to abuse the nation. Let’s stand up and be counted for once! We may just be able to redeem ourselves. God save Zambia.

          Uniqueo - April 11, 2013
          15:26

  42. The day they will put you behind bars we will there 4 you. If our forefathers fault 4 independence. We shall fight 4 justice and development. Fellow bloggers how do we work together to show how unhappy we are with government. Since MMD was democratic frank bwalya was free to compaign 4 PF. Now if you take such a route you will be behind bars. What should do please?

    djms - April 11, 2013
    11:46

  43. I am so encouraged that we still have such people. Hon. Mulusa is not financially rich but I think I would rather live like him than those who have decided to follow folly and what finances can bring to their families. All these will pass away. Long live Mulusa

    Hague - April 11, 2013
    11:45

  44. The essay is too short this time Mulusa. Try to yap on more issues concening yo Rupia. I should have given you a D but since yu left out Rupia in yo allulation story I give you a E. Study hard next time. 39.5%

    mwamba mutale - April 11, 2013
    11:39

    • Ba Mwamba mention the wrong that Mulusa has written if your ranting are not based on what is in your stomach.

      Hague - April 11, 2013
      11:48

    • You must be a poor marker. Mulusa here deserves an A if not A+

      - - April 11, 2013
      11:52

    • Your name says it all Mwamba Mutale. Clearly we cannot expect anything good to come out of a Bemba, any Bemba, male, female. Destruction is all Bembas stand for.

      Yaya - April 11, 2013
      12:29

    • PF might just well manage to put RB away for a long time and probably lead him to an early grave but will that change Zambia’s circumstances? Levy (MHSRIP) sought to recover money from FTJ and use the money improve Evelyn Hone College but where are we?

      Kaliza - April 11, 2013
      13:33

  45. I knew MULUSA was a very weak chap.

    sali sali - April 11, 2013
    11:38

    • Weak are people like you who cannot see beyond your noses BECAUSE YOU ARE A PAID POLITICAL MERCERNARY LIKE OLD MUNKOMBWE. One day soon, people’s real justice will catch up with you and we shall laugh the loudest. You cannot continue to treat GOD’s people as if you own them. We shall get you, no matter what. Come 2016 or before.

      Sikufele - April 11, 2013
      12:18

    • @sali sali Yes he is weak he cannot be compromised by wrong dorers he is so weak that he calls a spade a spade and cannot be bribed no matter how much rebased kwacha you intice him with he CANNOT be bribed. Ahh this Mulusa is weak indeed

      mwami - April 11, 2013
      14:19

  46. Mulembi mito, ppd, forest Mitengo Wuud (Judge) Mapibwingi (Talker), —-ALL connected from same law firm and criminal network. They are strategically connected and will hammer you man. be careful. The Past will have a screaming headline, Accident! Useless networks

    Whoooo - April 11, 2013
    11:36

    • very dangerous network indeed. typical Mafiosi.

      eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
      12:34

  47. Mulusa, i feel you. I also feel that MMD greatly contributed to the mess. Honestly, MMD should have tightened the rule of law, including public order act, seperation of powers, and reduduced the powers of the president, 50% PLUS 1, MPs crossing the floor etc. But no! they behaved more or less like PF.

    Max - April 11, 2013
    11:34

  48. You are a brave guy.For sure, how can you have a system where all the three arms of government are controlled and manipulated by people who are somehow connected to each other or friends or business partners or cronies.

    eagle's eye - April 11, 2013
    11:32

  49. Go man.The trip you have embarked on will make you a hated target of Bwinjifumu road. You will be arrested for no reason and sleep in jail for no reason BUT allegations of anything. They know the system and penetrated it. They have converted it to abuse and are ready to cause harm. So be careful my man to prolong your life. Ask HH, Nevers and Gary Nkombo!

    Mumembe - April 11, 2013
    11:31

    • You sound like a coward boss. Nchito, memmbe and who ever are human beings. They don’t have the monopoly of life. Every dog has it’s day.

      ukwaukwa - April 11, 2013
      12:56

    • Who do you want to respect between man ( human) and God?

      Original - April 11, 2013
      13:34

    • Satanyokoh, zambians are cowards oand docile and can be taken for granted but i come to like them when they find a brave man like mulusa they rally behind him and face whichever monster maybe tormenting them with resilience and it does not last. Chiluba vs KK sata vs mmd now it is mulusa vs pf/membe cartel.watch out

      zakaro - April 11, 2013
      16:08

  50. Standing up for righteousness is Godly

    Original - April 11, 2013
    11:30