Photo of the day: Tujilijili found hidden in Nakonde Bush

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The Nakonde District Council on Wednesday discovered  sachets of banned Tujilijili beer hidden in the bosh along Malawi Chitipa road. The local authority officers were alerted by members of the public.

In the photo, a council official inspects the bags containing the illicit beer. The Watchdog applauds the alert members of the public in Nakonde and also the council officers for moving in quickly.

But the Watchdog is also wondering what the council will or have done to the sachets. We hope the mayor or whoever is in charge that side  is not entertaining illicit ideas.


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39 Responses to Photo of the day: Tujilijili found hidden in Nakonde Bush

  1. Bullsh*t who left them in the bush 1st without a person to watch over the bags 2nd without properly hiding them.if it was so easy to discover illegal merchandise we would all be inspector general of police,something fishy about your story

    nshendi - November 9, 2012

  2. To our shock you will find that our respected law enforcers our local leaders have a hand in this. Why is it that our local authority always find themselves in such mess always, nichani ayi? Is it because they are not handsomely paid or there is lack of recreation activities to keep them busy instead of indulging in such demeaning and embarrasing activities. Johavah twafweni, heyi?
    Ernesto critix

    Ernesto critix - November 9, 2012

  3. Who says Tujilijili have vanished from the face of the earth they are there people just look at what was found in Nakonde, do you think its just Nakonde? definetly not. This pipo reminds me of the scum the Zambia police working in partnership with LCC unearthed the fake autumn harvest wines that were being packaged from the back yard of a certain house and imagine next to an open sewer and who knos may be some water were also collected from the same to make the wine taste the same.Imagine how long this was done and how long people had consumed these fake wines. Thiss could be one of the reason why certain hospital cases recorded were as a result of unknown beverages.
    there should be serious campaign for this trend.
    Ernesto Critix

    Ernesto critix - November 9, 2012

  4. I bet you these chaps will have a good weekend!!

    Uncle Junior - November 8, 2012

  5. Thanx guys for the job well done. Lets us work together and show our minister that we haven’t gone to sleep.

    Onga - November 8, 2012

  6. twanwa again

    dollar silly yaa" - November 8, 2012

  7. That’s not power no1 it’s double punch Easter Phiri actually those Indians who used to brew in Lusaka are in Malawi

    Beer - November 8, 2012

  8. Thats POWERS NO.1 from Malawi. Infact Jilison (Tujilijili) is not a beer. Ma spirits ayo naimwe.

    Analume Ngaongao - November 8, 2012

  9. The person in the picture does not drink beer,how does these tujilijili find there way in nakonde, everyone, even the local council knows the supplier,there nothing to investigate.He usually sells them at black market near chiyanga village.This is not the first time the tujilijili is being impounded, let the law enforces take this matter seriously, because the youths of nakonde have been destroyed by this tujilijili because they have nothing to do.

    Beerman - November 8, 2012

  10. There is no law against brewing Tujilijili. You just have a problem with packaging! It is not illegal to sell them either. Let the businesses thrive by selling them in bars only and manufacturers should pack 300ml satchets.

    Heaven - November 8, 2012

  11. You are all missing the owner of the tujilijili.they were hearding for edgar lungu in lusaka.nowonder he is not seen these days

    Mr Kiss - November 8, 2012


    COONDE - November 8, 2012

    • Coonde Pliz! Not tribe my dear! I have great respect for you and usually enjoy your contributions on this blog. We are in the same camp mind you!

      Mubanga - November 8, 2012

  13. beta jiliz than an exile first lady

    judge ngoma - November 8, 2012

  14. V.P

    Very good point.I think we have not grasped the degree to which Tujilijili have damaged the society already.When i was growing up we used to carry wilson sweets and bubble gum in our pockets.But many of the young people now carry Tujilijili in their pockets and drink as they go about their lives.So many of them are perpetually drunk.

    This no doubt has damaged their confidence and ability to think straight.Their speech is impaired and their general health is also affected negatively.

    But i suspect many of them drink the stuff to escape reality.The reality that things are difficult,they do not have a lot of hope for the future and life is a living hell.

    What is disheartening is that many politicians as a way to canvas support in the urban areas have been supplying Tujijili,chamba and Chibuku to these same youngsters.


    Your President.

    Brandon - November 8, 2012

  15. Tujili Jili owner funded PF during the last erections!!!

    T B Joshua (Zambia) - November 8, 2012

  16. How many bags sir Mr. Council worker?

    Mbwatu.... - November 8, 2012

  17. thats whats up

    king ju - November 8, 2012

  18. The guy in the picture is ever drank he has even stop reporting for work

    Beer - November 8, 2012

    • He looks drunk even in the pic Hehehe!

      Kaya Kaya - November 8, 2012


        MOSSAD - November 8, 2012

  19. Drugs are always illegal in society. The community must refrain from the drugs. There is no pride in destroying someone’s future nevertheless life.

    Leonard makamo - November 8, 2012

  20. “Ba Zambia”, this is not LT, but Zambian Watchdog, just wanted you to know.

    Thermometer - November 8, 2012

  21. I know the guy in the picture is Sikombe from the council he doesn’t drink good work Nakonde District Council job well done

    IG - November 8, 2012

  22. As usual, Muchinga province is known for ilegality. We know that this was headed for Mufumbwe to give youths who vote “better” under the influence of this drug. Ba LT, the man in the picture looks drunk already.

    Ba Zambia - November 8, 2012

    • Iwe ulimbwafye. Whats the connection here with Mufumbwe elections? Just shut up if there is nothing reasonable to come out of your dirty mouth.

      Analume Ngaongao - November 8, 2012

  23. Destroying others for a living, what sort of business is this Zambia?
    Some feel croocked individuals are breaking the law. Police make sure you handle these investigations.
    Mr Solomon Jere, here is another job for you rather than wasting time in Mufumbwe.
    By the way, is Judge Ngoma charged?
    Iam sure you are still sleeping on your job.Please don’t fail Zambians on this one, though its a bit of a colossal case. The Ngoma one Mr Jere is simple and straight forward.
    Wonder what you are waiting for in Mufumbwe, yet more cases are pending Sir?

    Kay Love - November 8, 2012

  24. And you wonder where Ukwa goes when he disapears from the public?

    Lwalwa - November 7, 2012

  25. Why are they stil chasing wat they’ve baned…its liato who baried its shamenda who has baried utujilijili

    Josephchimwaso - November 7, 2012

  26. Like it or not the Tujilijili is back on the streets of Lusaka. This time they are put in little bottles. They are sold in Markets! i want to tell LCC to go to Simpson building, and Stanley Bar. You will find the Tujilijili with new bottles! what will UKWA DO!!

    My Dream: - November 7, 2012

  27. Must have been big business for some politicians.

    Munaz - November 7, 2012

  28. Dear Countrymen,

    I need to say something about Tujilijili.

    This illicit beer has destroyed a big part of our you and should really be completely wiped out of the country.

    The politicians have been paying cadres with Tujilijili in order for them to cause trouble during elections.In the processing have been slowly killing the youth.This stuff is no different from cocaine and Heroin.It is addictive and kills the you over time.

    Save the youth of Zambia.

    Future President.

    Brandon - November 7, 2012

    • @Brandon, ichisungu boss, check your spellings also. You have a point though, don’t be in a rush or you’ll crush.

      judgement day - November 8, 2012

      • Point take with respect.

        Brandon - November 8, 2012

      • Not again,it is true speed kills

        Brandon - November 8, 2012

      • You won’t “crush” but “crash” – kindly check your spellings (and word definitions) too.

        Say what? - November 8, 2012


      MOSSAD - November 8, 2012

  29. Establish the source. Take necessary measures to stop the supply and Destroy the contraband immediatly.

    Firestone - November 7, 2012

  30. burn those things..they were on their way to Mufumbwe for PF

    taliban - November 7, 2012