‘Sata is sick; his public appearances severely restricted’

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Dear editor,

I am a state house official please allow me space to share my reflections in your widely read news site on the sad reality most people avoid facing and please do not publish my name am a civil servant.

It is not a secret anymore that our dear President HE MCS is suffering from PROSTRATE CANCER and a threatening heart condition which has left him alive by the will of the spirit and not his body. It is saddening to see this man face to face and to know the reality of his illness which unfortunately many have undeniably failed to come to terms with.

fellow countrymen and women, our president is sick and the requires resting away from active political life. His prostate cancer has reached an advanced stage such that urine comes out uncontrollably. A temporal measure to help in his condition is that a tube has been inserted into the urethra to collect urine into a urine bag. When he visited the Chibombo accident victims’ burial this urine collecting bag was fastened nicely and covered in his suit. Even during the famous swearing in ceremonies at state house the same strategy is used. The problem is that he cannot stay longer at any function or international gathering because the urine collection bag has limited capacity to hold urine and requires frequent changing lest it bursts and spills urine on the head of state. It is for this reason the experts thought the best way to prevent embarrassment on part of the head of state is to have controlled public exposure. The PF Government   must immediately find a replacement to the ailing head of state whose illness has reached an advanced stage. Am pretty sure the first lady has tried by all means to encourage him by not only changing his urine bag but also giving him emotional support. However this measure is temporal and somewhat costly to the nation because the head of state is expected to travel within and outside the country. HE MCS’ controlled public exposure is African’s natural tendency to hide illness.

As a state house Aide am very saddened to see the PF this way. I had hope in Sata but nature has its way.  Right now Mmembe and fellow crooks are controlling us since the Sata we knew is not who he is now.

Finally here are tips on Prostrate Cancer:

                                       Prostate cancer is mostly a very slow progressing disease. In fact, many men die of old age, without ever knowing they had prostate cancer – it is only when an autopsy is done that doctors know it was there. Several studies have indicated that perhaps about 80% of all men in their eighties had prostate cancer when they died, but nobody knew, not even the doctor.  

Symptoms of prostate cancer

During the early stages of prostate cancer there are usually no symptoms. Most men at this stage find out them have prostate cancer after a routine checkup or blood test. When symptoms do exist, they are usually one or more of the following:

  • The patient urinates more often
  • The patient gets up at night more often to urinate
  • He may find it hard to start urinating
  • He may find it hard to keep urinating once he has started
  • There may be blood in the urine
  • Urination might be painful
  • Ejaculation may be painful (less common)
  • Achieving or maintaining an erection may be difficult (less common)

If the prostate cancer is advanced the following symptoms are also possible:

  • Bone pain, often in the spine (vertebrae), pelvis, or ribs
  • The proximal part of the femur can be painful
  • Leg weakness (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed the spinal cord)
  • Urinary incontinence (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed the spinal cord)
  • Fecal incontinence (if cancer has spread to the spine and compressed the spinal cord)

Concerned official

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233 Responses to ‘Sata is sick; his public appearances severely restricted’

  1. God help us!

    Rainball - March 21, 2013
    21:20

  2. WE HAVE SO MANY CHALLENGES IN THIS COUNTRY.LET US NOT APPROACH RESOLVING THE CHALLENGES WITH THE SAME LEVEL OF THINKING THAT CREATED THEM.INSULTING THE SICK IS UNBIBLICAL, GIVE SOLUTIONS TO HOW WE SHALL SURVIVE IF WE DONT HAVE A GOOD HARVEST.

    JERICHO HAMASAMU - March 21, 2013
    12:59

  3. NO ONE SHOULD REJOICE OVER ONE’S SICKNESS. PLEASE ZAMBIANS LET US PRAY FOR THIS COUNTRY AND OUR LEADERS. I REALLY FEEL BAD FOR SOME COMMENTS OR RESPONSES

    JERICHO HAMASAMU - March 21, 2013
    12:43

  4. May Jehovah God heal the President and give him long life to see what real governance is when we come into power in 2016!

    LIKWASHA - March 21, 2013
    12:17

  5. Jentele meni ! let us LOVE our President SATA and advise him to RESIGN if we love HIM and love to see him with long life.

    Guy Scot is the only one working very hard in PF. He can do far much better THAN SATA for president right now as he is already president now.

    LOVE OF GOD - March 21, 2013
    10:54

  6. BA WATCHDOG CHECK OUT WHAT IS HAPPENING AT ZAMBIA REVENUE AUTHORITY

    THE THREE CADRES WHO ARE DUBIOUSLY EMPLOYED THERE HAVE CAUSED CONFUSION AND FEAR AMONG STAFF. SO FAR THEY HAVE CAUSED SIX PEOPLE TO BE FIRED WITHOUT STATING REASONS ON ACCOUNT OF AMATEURISH AND MALICIOUS INFORMATION THEY ARE SUPPLYING TO THE INSECURE COMMISSIONER GENERAL THERE. WE NEED YOU TO DO THE FULL STORY. THESE ILLITERATES DO NOT EVEN KNOW THAT THEY ARE DECAMPAINING THEIR PARTY BY MAKING PEOPLE LOSE JOBS. ANYWAY THEY CLAIM THAT THEY WORK DIRECTLY FOR THE PRESIDENT. IS THIS THE WAY TO HAVE SUCH STRATEGIC INSTITUTIONS RUN??

    PAUL YOUNG - March 21, 2013
    09:03

    • Scooner is one of them

      chuulu - March 21, 2013
      21:50

  7. What does the constitution say? In the event that a sitting president falls so ill? Someone tell me please. Let Guys Scotland take the acting presidency.Look at Nigeria, Good luck Jonathan was vice president and he became acting president as he anxiously waited for his boss to die…sorry poor construction there…I mean as he waited for his boss to get well.

    PK - March 21, 2013
    07:31

  8. There is nothing wrong in us saying what Sata said about Levy Mwanawasa. Nothing wrong to demand medical investigation that Sata demanded on Levy. Nothing evil to let Sata test what he made Levy taste. Nothing sinister to call for him to do his State duties. We did not vote for him to be in bed at State House. At Rhodespak House he was never in bed, why shud he now be a bedfellow on tax payers account? Bible says, the measure you use on others, shall be used on you. And what he is doing to RB, SHALL be done to him, precisely, if he survives prostrate cancer, that is. Let him live long to feel what others like FTJ, RB felt!!! Long live MCS, Long live Mr President… D.E.C and Joint International Investigation awaits you. You, the Hague shall await your arrival… Mongu killings.

    historian - March 21, 2013
    06:28

  9. We will all die pa last if its true our President,the President of the Republic of Zambia is sick I wish him quick recovery and if at all the worst happens we will still beat you in the by-elections you will just die with hatred and your president plus we r already slowrly entering Southern Province mukoseeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    Bwalya - March 20, 2013
    19:36

  10. Each time Mwanawasa tormented Chiluba he also fell sick… let those with ears hear…

    Let Love Lead - March 20, 2013
    17:51

  11. God help His excellence Michael c Sata deliver more jobs to Zambians. The man has allegedly created 195000 jobs since taking office. Don’t you think this kind of man deserves more years here on earth. How I wish Sata was as honest as Levy Mwanawasa.

    zima Ndola2 - March 20, 2013
    17:45

  12. GET WELL SOON PRESIDO

    NIL - March 20, 2013
    17:37

  13. rth , you re ignorant and silly . how would you wish for the government yo close the site that is providing us information ? you want us to get the news of his death as a shock ?
    good or bad we have to be informed
    thumb up watch dog
    we wish mr sata well and a quick recovery.

    cliver - March 20, 2013
    15:29

  14. SATA SHOULD LEARN A LESSON. I FEEL NO PITTY FOR THIS FOOL. DO UNTO OTHERS WHAT YOU WOULD WANT THEM TO DO UNTO YOU. NATURE ALWAYS HAS A WAY OF REPAYING EVIL WITH EVIL. NURSE YOUR PAIN OLD MAN AND REPENT. YOU ARE ABOUT TO KICK THE BUCKET… HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

    Crisis - March 20, 2013
    14:58

  15. WD, you should stop this stupidity against our beloved president. Whether sick or health, He is our president and we love him. I wish government can find a way of closing this site, it is bad for our country. this is too much.

    rth - March 20, 2013
    13:22

    • Udzazitundila manje manje anso kodi umvela iwe cadre unali kutukwanako vansako manje waona ndiwe apa ……..??……..silly jail

      Munyelo wa kabimba - March 21, 2013
      20:30

    • Ala aba yayi.

      chuulu - March 21, 2013
      21:51

  16. God hlp our mother land,let ur wil be done,I wish the President quick recovery to see his dream come true.

    2Mc - March 20, 2013
    11:28

  17. KANITUNDILA has become NAZITUNDILA!
    Life is the great equaliser!

    THE SAINT - March 20, 2013
    10:45

    • kikiiiiiiii. you are mad.

      Gaddafi Reincarnated - March 20, 2013
      13:40

  18. mr sata caoused the hatred for himself and history has it that sata himself tomented the late levy a gud man who brought really development no tribalism or regionalism the bible says into others do as you would like them do into you. this is what you get.

    blackbull - March 20, 2013
    10:44

  19. Our lives are a gift from God and we have no control over them. At any moment any person can die.It doesn’t matter whether u are sick or not. Remember the chibombo scene. If President Sata is really sick,God is more powerful to restore him to good health afterall he was given to us by him for a purpose.Stop wishing others ill. ONE ZAMBIA ONE NATION

    phiri - March 20, 2013
    10:11

  20. My brothers and my sisters the most important thing is to pray for one onather and change for the batter, then focus on the soon coming of our lord jesus christ open your eyes look at yourself, any one can die at any time.

    we need to pray for one another.

    God bless you all as we wait for the soon coming of our lord jesus christ.

    Behold he cometh - March 20, 2013
    10:02

  21. Leave the hole situation in God’s Hands.

    ALLIEN - March 20, 2013
    09:48

  22. HH is dead

    Ntengwa Mfumbenge - March 20, 2013
    09:16

  23. its very unzambian and unchristian for anyone to rejoice when another person especially the President is sick.President Sata is a human being like all of us,yes at one point he can get sick but we must respect his privacy above all we must pray for him to get better and live longer.President Sata did not offend anyone by winning the elections in 2011.This hatred for President Sata will not take you anywhere at all.can you please report on developmental issues affecting the Zambian people.

    sobenechyo - March 20, 2013
    08:28

    • Sata started this mocking of the sick himself. So stop defending him.

      Mpangula Mputyu - March 20, 2013
      14:35

  24. I can assure you from God’s point of view, Sata will be fine. God is in contrl. Just pray and you will see what i’v seen

    fair - March 20, 2013
    04:27

    • Dream on dear the man is the most useless thing i v ever known. I will cerebrate the day he dies. He was making fun of his colleagues. God’s will has been done. It’s actually a shoprite bag.

      Tunji - March 20, 2013
      14:54

  25. Please let me know if you

    Anonymous - March 20, 2013
    02:37

  26. Hiding the President’s illness is not a solution.What will happen when he suddenly kicks a bucket?And who will announce to the nation, and what will they claim has killed the President?Our leaders should be sensible.THE MAN IS VERY SICK.

    Don Corleone - March 19, 2013
    23:32

  27. If Pr MCS is really sick as reported its not a matter to cerebrat. Regardless of ones political afliation a loss of life even that of your enemy is not a game to cerebrat coz Human life must treasured by all Hiuman beings. Sadly patriotism by the PF to Mother Zambia is quationable.Its like the PF Gvt wants to Paralyse the opposition that in an invent of a presidential by election, all the presidents of opposition political parties, Should be found in jail & only the PF to take part in the By election.Am realy concerned because N Mumba’s arrest doesn’t make sance & that th DPP Should frame a case on HH.Coutry men, we have only one Zambia & we cant keep quite when those we entrusted responsibility to bring development which include democratic maturity begin to lead us backwards.May GOD come to our rescue. I think the boat is now sinking.

    J.B - March 19, 2013
    23:18

  28. there is no smoke without fire. wapya munzi!!! it is possible he could be the first president in the history of the world to run mad if he does not step down. chainama in zambia could just be the next medical stop point!!!

    foolish zambian - March 19, 2013
    21:46

  29. First and foremost, I salute you all for your comments regardless of your opinions. Its not false that our Leader is unwell. But some of the comments to the Head of State are really damaging and un Zambian. The old man needs alot of support from all well meaning Zambians during this time of his sickness, at the same time, its his choice whether to leave office now and live a quite life or continue having unwanted pressure that will send him to an early grave. Its entirely his choice. We the Zambian people elected him for a 5 year-mandate and he is expected to perform as a normal civil servant. But if illness holds someone from performing, the best that person can do is pave way for others to carry on. Your Excellency, its your life that matters. Take time to reflect and make that wise decision for everything is entirely in your hands. I wish you, Your Excellency, God’s wisdom as you continue to rule and reflect on your life. May you live long until Jehovah calls you home. Be blessed and remember you are in-charge of many Zmabian lives and your decisions affects them either positively of negatively. To God Be The Glory

    Django - March 19, 2013
    16:42

    • Just like he gives support to all Zambians including non Bembas. Wanya fye!

      Boondocks - March 20, 2013
      00:47

  30. Time will tell. even in your grave, we shall follow u sata.u are indeed a evry evil man. pls, leave rb

    nevermind - March 19, 2013
    15:29

  31. i can tell from his face and lips

    PHILIMONE - March 19, 2013
    15:05

  32. Oh! No wonder HEMCS is always clad in over-size jackets; to conceal the urine bag. But this trick can’t fool anybody as the jacket is always bulging!

    Bishop Aringarosa - March 19, 2013
    14:41

  33. u can tell from incoherent speeches that the man is troubled. I wish i cud feel sorry.

    judge chikopo - March 19, 2013
    14:35

  34. We are all mortal men in clay houses. Sickness and death are our common enemies.

    Concord - March 19, 2013
    14:27

  35. iwe ka kenny stupid dog shit shut the the hell up no one wants anything from sata and sata has nothing to offer as citizens we have nothing personal against him but theres a crisis in the country concerning maize why should we be quiet stupid kenny dog thats a dogs name or a monkeys name

    riddick - March 19, 2013
    14:16

  36. Let me take this opportunity to chastise this individual.
    Please do not take my comments to mean I am defending His Excellence or anything of that sort.
    I simply wish to take a stand, because I believe that is the right thing to do!
    The medical details of an individual are strictly confidential, not to be shared in the public domain, as has been done here, given they are accurate.
    That is not to say, the public does not deserve the right to know how their head of any state is faring in terms of health. However, note, I said DETAILS. Hugo Chavez recently succumbed to some form of reported throat cancer. It could have been thyroid cancer, or any other form of cancer affecting the anatomical region referred as the throat. Yet at no point did we or for that matter the Venezuelans get to know extensive details like the symptoms relating to his illness or the definite type of cancer.
    In the same vain, it is almost, if not criminal for this purported state house official to divulge such details, especially if he is not representing some authority that has been directed by the unwell individual to disseminate such sensitive information.
    All things being equal, if the ill patient requests their details to enter the public domain, that will be a different issue. However, a more appropriate channel should be adopted rather than a faceless whistle-blower spreading such alarming information.
    In this regard, it is my humble appeal to this publication, an appeal I am sure shared by many of the other readers, to carefully scrutinise and censor some of the information published.
    Irrespective of the agendas one may have, it is always pertinent and prudent to relay information in a professional manner. I sure hope this concern will not fall on deaf ears. Despite journalism being investigative, in the zeal to expose the truth, it is important to uphold ethics and codes of conduct, which I am sure the profession of journalism is equally bound to as are many other professions.
    I must also state that some of the information regarding prostate cancer in this article is not only erroneous, but unnecessarily alarming and misleading. Most of the early urinary symptoms alluded to are somewhat more characteristic of the rather benign condition, benign prostatic hypertrophy or hyperplasia. This is a perfectly curable condition with outstanding outcomes even in the severest of cases, as opposed to advanced prostatic cancer for which usually the treatment options are essentially palliative.
    That is not to say some of the mentioned symptoms do not occur in prostate cancer. They do, but not with the frequency suggested by the above article.
    Lest many of our elderly gentlemen begin self diagnosing with the information in this article, I thought it necessary to set the record straight. Of course, in the event these symptoms are experienced it will be most prudent and wise to seek expert medical opinion.

    Proudly Zambian - March 19, 2013
    14:15

    • Thanks George Chela

      Nomba linefye - March 19, 2013
      15:51

      • This cannot be attributed to George Chella. Ki si dalu

        chuulu - March 21, 2013
        21:57

    • Happy to note that your tone George Chella is rather down. I am sure UKWA will be a thing of the past now so that once again this vindictiveness we are seeing on RB can end and we can concentrate on developing our country

      Bupe - March 19, 2013
      16:09

    • Proudly Zambian this is brilliant mate!!! I like the way you have articulated your post.

      chuulu - March 21, 2013
      21:58

  37. Rubbish!! cant you find something better to write about?

    Mkanache - March 19, 2013
    14:11

  38. Mubanga , there is no need for you to unleash those insults on me because you just wont achieve anything. The problem is you just seem to very bitter and you know when you are in that state when blogging , you end up making unwise contributions.So i advise that you be in a sober state to provide meaningful arguments here.

    kenny - March 19, 2013
    14:02

  39. THIS IS TOTALLY A LIE.HON SATA,TO DISPUTE THE LIE,COME OUT IN THE OPEN REMOVE YOUR JACKET AND SHOW THE PEOPLE THAT YOU DO NOT HAVE A URINE BAG PROTRUDING OUT OF YOUR BODY.

    DOCTOR - March 19, 2013
    13:49

  40. Do you people remember when the kateka was in London in early January when there was a lot of ducking snd diving from abena Summer Kamimba, abena Suck-Any and others? He had a procedure done at a hospital there. Kanshi that must have been the time they put a colostomy on him. I have no reason to doubt this story. I challenge umwanike George Chellah and his Vuvuzela to tell the nation what exactly went on in London!

    Ku Masangalatoni--Lekeni HH ateke - March 19, 2013
    13:49

  41. Bazitundila kwasala kuzinyela!

    Lusaka Fire - March 19, 2013
    13:34

  42. Let me take this opportunity to chastise this individual. Please do not take my comments to mean I am defending His Excellence or anything of that sort.
    The medical details of an individual are strictly confidential, not to be shared in the public domain, as has been done here, given they are accurate.
    That is not to say, the public does not deserve the right to know how their head of any state is faring in terms of health. However, note, I said DETAILS. Hugo Chavez recently succumbed to some form of reported throat cancer. It could have been thyroid cancer, or anything else. Yet at no point did we or for that matter the Venezuelans get to know extensive details like the symptoms relating to his illness.
    In the same vain, it is almost, if not criminal for this purported state house official to divulge such details, especially if he is not representing some authority that has been directed by the unwell individual to disseminate such sensitive information.
    All things being equal, if the ill patient requests their details to enter the public domain, that will be a different issue. However, a more appropriate channel should be adopted rather than a faceless whistle-blower spreading such alarming information.
    In this regard, it is my humble appeal to this publication, an appeal I am sure shared by many of the other readers, to carefully scrutinise and censor some of the information published.
    Irrespective of the agendas one may have, it is always pertinent and prudent to relay information in a professional manner. I sure hope this concern will not fall on deaf ears.
    I must also state that some of the information regarding prostate cancer in this article is not only erroneous, but unnecessarily alarming and misleading. Most of the early urinary symptoms alluded to are somewhat more characteristic of the rather benign condition, benign prostatic hypertrophy or hyperplasia. This is a perfectly curable condition with outstanding outcomes even in the severest of cases, as opposed to advanced prostatic cancer for which usually the treatment options are essentially palliative. Lest many of our elderly gentlemen begin self diagnosing with the information in this article, I thought it necessary to set the record straight. Of course, in the event these symptoms are experienced it will be most prudent and wise to seek expert medical opinion.

    Proudly Zambian - March 19, 2013
    13:25

  43. A few days ago I mentioned in my posting that His Excellency was not well. He may have uttered bad words in the past but, as human beings, we should find forgiveness in our hearts and pray for him. Let’s put politics aside and wish this man well. I think the govt can’t come out in open for fear of economic and security implications. Above all, the Presido may be in a very fragile state psychologically Please, whatever his condition, lets pray for him and wish him well.
    One love countrymen!

    3muskteers - March 19, 2013
    13:13

    • May Jehovah cover President Sata with the fog of health.

      chanda nsofu - March 19, 2013
      14:41

    • People obviously forgive him but then the next day he misbehaves. He is non repetent himself, typical characteristics of the devil himself. He is a difficult man to defend, am sure you will agree with me.

      Boondocks - March 20, 2013
      00:53

  44. Is that the reason why HH is getting a lot of Coverage in the fPost?…Is someone in panic…

    gEEk - March 19, 2013
    12:51

    • That is the main reason HH is now geting all that coverage to try and dent his name which unfortunately will not help.

      Bupe - March 19, 2013
      16:11

  45. Conspirancy at its best!

    Barack Obama - March 19, 2013
    12:45

  46. Why is there so much hatred for president Sata. The problem with most of you zambians is that you are always waiting for the government to do something for you instead of you finding something to do for yourselves thereby helping the government.Wake up and stop disturbing the president as he works his lungs out trying to improve your lives

    kenny - March 19, 2013
    12:40

    • Kenny dont be dull, he is improving his life with his family tree.Mealie-meal kr65, Sugar 2kg kr19.wat a president

      COME2016 - March 19, 2013
      12:50

      • Why buy from the kaponya. I buy mine k50 and sugar K14

        shichanda - March 19, 2013
        15:26

    • You do realize that taking your statement literary could be factual? You said “works his lungs out” Lol.

      Vilifier - March 19, 2013
      12:58

      • Lol good one

        The Mason - March 19, 2013
        15:33

    • people are not fools we know that government can’t do everything for us but they are responsible for creating an economic environment for people to succeed which this government is failing to do plus sata is a republican president not a king therefore he is public property if one wants his health to be private then don’t be president everyone in america knows obama’s health and when he goes for medical checkups don’t forget sata demanded the same of late mwanawasa why should it be different for him………..

      Likman666 - March 19, 2013
      13:03

    • @kenny, you are contradicting yourself.in one breath you say we are supposed to help gvt and in another you say the president works his lungs out. how? why does he work his lungs out if it’s not his responsibility to take care of national matters? in case you don’t know. citizens of a nation can not do certain things individually, things like providing defence and security, road network, social services, creating an enabling environment for conducting business or indeed self employment. that’s why a gvt is established and this gvt collects taxes from its people to provide cross cutting services. in short gvt is “employed” by the people and that gvt is overseen by the president. that’s why we blame him for all our misfortunes. its not that we are lazy as you want to believe. in fact if you knew us, u will learn that we are far more productive than you. so stop playing the sheild game and realise that SATA has a duty to the nation and not the other way round. i don’t draw a salary from gvt, why on earth should someone tell to do abcd and not SATA.

      MOZE PIPO - March 19, 2013
      13:28

      • The problem again is that you are expecting just far too much with the short space of time that your govt has been in office. And donot tell me that the govt has done literally nothing. remember that it had to start from the RB govt that was run down and the president is just trying to build things up , so why not be alittle bit patient and at the me time provide constructive critisism.Perhaps thats why President Sata is talking less and working more in the background.

        kenny - March 19, 2013
        13:51

    • Please do not force me to insult you Kenny. We know that most of you supporting your master understand insults better than reasoning. Are you in Zambia or in another country. We do not hate President Sata but surely we hate his poor governance strategy and blatant disregard of the rule of law. We hate his uncoordinated policies, we hate his tribalism, we hate his sole policy of poaching opposition MPs to turn Zambia into One Party State. We hate his lack of foresight and dictatorial tendencies. Please spare us your ignorance. If you are one of those eating with them, just eat in peace without insulting our intelligence!

      Mubanga - March 19, 2013
      13:44

    • ken you must be one of the branches of the sata’s family tree. from the way u are coming out, i hv got not doubt watsoever that u are an idiot….

      rashid moustapha alisistani - March 19, 2013
      15:26

      • Ken must be living on planet Mars! I am shocked that the man has ignored the reality. Even Kaponyas will tell that the PF’s governance record is pathetic!

        chishimba - March 21, 2013
        12:31

    • It’s wild for you mate

      The Mason - March 19, 2013
      15:36

  47. Yeah, that’s not good news

    gEEk - March 19, 2013
    12:38

  48. we are ready for a by election..ladies and gentlemen ..Zambia has been raped by mafias..we need sanity!!let Zambia be the country we knew not what it is today..thanx alot for the info Statehouse official..

    Ngilingindo - March 19, 2013
    12:35

  49. i smell a rat. is it why M’membe & company are panicking?

    eagle's eye - March 19, 2013
    12:28

    • Why should they panic? And who is Mmembe anyway?

      Jacky Gondwe - March 21, 2013
      01:00

  50. There is no hope for the big man thats why I am your presido right now. when i start rulling u every household must buy the post newspaper coz right now I am making ma loss… and however has a court case must hire my brother June Kabimba! May The President’s Soul Rest In Peace as he dies in the near future.

    Fred Mumembe - March 19, 2013
    12:24