‘Simcard registration officer asks me to be his sugar mama’

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Whilst the drive of registering our sim cards with personnel details is a good thing the people responsible 4 capturing, viewing & handling personnel data should sign a confidentiality clause. I am so annoyed, just received a text from a small boy cashier from 1 of these orgs asking me 2 be his friend. He even has the audacity 2 tell me where he got my number. Bloody hell. Do I look at a sugar mama? Really!!!!!.

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73 Responses to ‘Simcard registration officer asks me to be his sugar mama’

  1. .

    kenny - December 17, 2012
    17:30

  2. yu wld hv hndled th mater alone why bring it to blogers?batukana bantu ka!

    lara - December 17, 2012
    06:16

  3. Ladies av got a habit of saying(wachepa) for him to say so he feels he is strong enuogh to ride.on part of abuse it is a two way ting if u loved him back u were not going air it but now dat u’re not 4 dat yes it is abuse.why do da police just charge 4 overload not underload???. Check it twice!!!!!!?
    Yo public admistration is moraly crupt ,revist it if not then more boys wil cam.

    only - December 16, 2012
    21:54

    • Precisely, how one carries herself around determines the way she is treated.

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      08:58

  4. uifuna mama don’t pretend just give it to the young man

    CNP - December 16, 2012
    21:27

  5. Woman! Ask a police officer to lend you some Handcaps.
    Take the boy home and lock him to your bed. Then do it to him until he starts speaking in ..Tongues!!

    He will not mess around again.

    BOOM BOOM - December 16, 2012
    20:19

  6. How did the boy pick on you among all the mamas registering? Maybe you are one of those who put on tumalegeni and the size of chibelo, matako, and thickness of bbumbu is exposed. With the new fashion of revealing your breasts, he was confused. So he got your number. Don’t complain. That’s the response to an advert.

    Observation Point (OP) - December 16, 2012
    20:12

    • Don’t be naive baba, imagine your details are sold to people who can harm your family. This is a serious matter and not a joking one. Grow up

      Suntwe - December 16, 2012
      21:18

      • off the point

        Kombwe - December 17, 2012
        08:59

  7. Just looking at some comments, I can see, this woman has already seduced the bloggers.

    Someone must start importing Vibrators into Zambia. Here is the market.
    It does not get better than this.

    The woman needs a Lions-Beef

    BOOM BOOM - December 16, 2012
    20:12

  8. you would have just given a boy a rough ride,he would have repented! Mama waluse”

    Politics - December 16, 2012
    19:52

  9. Who ever you are not interested efya bupuba?

    Mzee Hekima - December 16, 2012
    19:10

  10. Fake story.

    Eagels Eye - December 16, 2012
    18:44

  11. I have doubts to this story especially that some UPND MPs are reported by this site that they are unwilling to register their sim cards. This cud b a way to try and see if blogers wil condemn the sim registration. Am a bit sceptical of this story.

    SOJO - December 16, 2012
    18:31

    • We have doubt with your reasoning too! Go and register your simcard if you are interested. Nonsense!

      Mubanga - December 16, 2012
      19:01

    • FOR ME AM SCEPTICAL WITH YOU,YOUR HEAD AND SIM REGISTRATION.INFACT GO AND REGISTER YOUR BRAINS.
      STORY OR NO STORY,THE OBJECTIVE OF SIM REGISTRATION IS EVIL.IT WILL PERPETRATE SATA’S INTENTION BE BE A DICTATOR

      XXXX - December 16, 2012
      20:15

      • Beacuse in your head Sata rules in SA, Tanzania, Kenya, etc where all networks are carrying out this exercise. Learn to see the world beyond the president we all love to hate and widen your horizon. Just saying….

        Matako Ya Nkoko - December 16, 2012
        22:31

        • what does your name mean?

          The Done - December 17, 2012
          11:01

  12. come to me then am not a child

    bashi dr economist - December 16, 2012
    18:00

  13. some bloggers can kill u wth laughter!!!

    sharp - December 16, 2012
    17:56

  14. That boy should be reported to his top management for sexual harrassment.How should a small boy have appetite for elderly women with grey pubic hair.Iyo fast FORWARD will take you to your grave early.Mwaice what you see is foundation on elderly women and don’t be cheated;ukalala nabanoko.

    The fools don't see. - December 16, 2012
    17:55

  15. I realy can not an issue here. Don’t bring up unverifiable stories to seek public recognition. This shows that people are occupied with nothing to do and can gather to debate nothing.

    Spectator - December 16, 2012
    17:28

    • If the so called boy is really a boy why did the particular service provider employ him. Obviously he is above 18 and not a minor. The honorable thing for the b**ch in question was to say no thank you i am not interested. Never try to contact me otherwise I will report you to your superiors, kwasila. Not blablabla, Malabishiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      09:05

  16. Amai the answer is Yes or No kwasila. Why create news out of such small issues?

    Rude Monk - December 16, 2012
    17:28

  17. but how else did u expect the boy to reach you in order to propose you? he was desperate and used desperate measures, he likes u, u shud b flattered.nothing wrong next plese

    suggestor - December 16, 2012
    17:24

  18. you idiots the question is not the sex you have in mind it the level of security with your information, are you pf cadres that dull that you cant see pat your dicks stupid dull maggots

    joseph silverine - December 16, 2012
    17:20

    • Off the point. Objection!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      09:07

  19. This experience is just like that of my wife. She applied for a loan at bay port in kabwe. A few days later, one of the tonga guys from there called her for a relationship. He now works in Mkushi. People given such assignments must not behave like this. They should be taught to respect their clients.

    williewillie - December 16, 2012
    17:11

  20. Iwe mmwaice why developing appetite for grey pubic hairs? That food is meant for your father -shaah.The huge bottoms of elderly women have seen a lot in life.Not all that glitters is gold.Wamona foundation kumenso ati nasanga Ka gelo.Baice eicho muleila bwangu kumanda ,pantu muleibika pa FAST FORWARD to eldery women.That boy should be reported to management.That is abuse of office/Gender violence.If the woman is married ,let the husband know about it,so that IDIOT is taken to Task.What dressing are we talking about? Zambia has no dressing code at all.

    The fools don't see. - December 16, 2012
    17:00

  21. kufuniwa kumufana simvintu,why panic like he asked you to start dealing in mandrax ? ahhhhh vibakazi vinangu,ok now the boy has shown you that you are a sugar mum,just in case you were doubting…lol

    wamu - December 16, 2012
    16:58

    • kikikiki, wamuchita. Obvious anonesa mufana ma assets kumbuyo na ka marketing (boobs) mfana apena. Mukazivala bwino azamai. Shaaah

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      09:10

  22. The child was just joking and trying to hear from the woman.s thinking capacity, However the proposal is the proposal, there will only be two answers from it, Yes or no. cool.

    Zambian youth - December 16, 2012
    16:51

  23. the best thing is to define yo duties as a worker. People’s information must be handled with care. People risks giving out personal details especially to someone they dont know

    chishala - December 16, 2012
    16:44

  24. A lady with good morals can never bring such issues in public coz it only shows how immature you are and maybe that boy was able to detect that immaturity in you within the few minutes you spent with him when registering.Try to do an introspection for you to see your mistake than put us women to shame.

    Sikeempani - December 16, 2012
    16:35

    • wise words indeed!!! a respectable woman cannot reveal such a thing

      Mukela - December 16, 2012
      16:37

    • The point the poor lady is tring to put across is the abuse of data pure and simple comonsence. I know comonsence is not comon

      Zed spectator - December 16, 2012
      18:36

      • especialli in common people

        yes - December 17, 2012
        17:28

    • wakamba, mwana akalila bonzo ninshi aiwona

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      09:12

  25. Ati Lesa tapela muminwe.apalamikafye.Go for the boy.He might turn out to be better than your hsband.next please…

    Mwaji onera - December 16, 2012
    16:08

  26. Mwamuna ni tupi,mwanakazi ni matako not age no.

    jozi - December 16, 2012
    16:03

    • Keke kekeke, awe sure

      Nkeyema - December 16, 2012
      19:09

  27. Such articles should end on face book. Not news material.

    fg - December 16, 2012
    15:55

  28. I BONKED A SHUSHUSHU WOMAN

    sharp - December 16, 2012
    15:48

  29. on a serious note, drop
    an email to mine above. I swear i am genuine. I will give u my number.

    Dr Think Tank - December 16, 2012
    15:26

  30. Even me I was seduced by a young sim registration girl and I gave her what she wanted. Its not a sin to ask. If u don’t want just say No without causing tantrums.

    Bokoseni Mwale - December 16, 2012
    15:26

  31. The issue is not about being proposed but violetion of right to privace!what de mum is say is dat some pipo are illegally access our details thru sim registeration!

    BMS - December 16, 2012
    15:07

  32. It would help if you can post a picture and we can then answer your “Do I look like a sugar mama?” question.

  33. She must be cute really, to be seen by a busy Sim Registration Officer! Can she forward us her picture plz. Could be nice meat for marriage. I am an adult, single, and looking for someone serious.can i have her picture plz. I think she could be nice, ba watchdog forward her my email. i can fly home (Zambia)even tomorrow for her.

    Dr Think Tank - December 16, 2012
    14:44

  34. We should stop registering sim cards or give false details

    Dr. Savimbi - December 16, 2012
    14:31

  35. Stupid zambians.
    A people with no morals.
    No wonder you have a stupid president too

    HERO - December 16, 2012
    14:11

    • Ba Hero are you normal?

      Mushota's dog - December 16, 2012
      14:49

  36. there are are small with big weapons, mama dont refuse. u will be enjoying

    Seleni Tubombeko - December 16, 2012
    13:57

  37. You like showing interest in small boys. Why going in a mini skirt when regstering sim cards. Little boys will be climbing you if you dont dress well. Afterall he is not the first to propose (chigololo).

    moon - December 16, 2012
    13:49

    • point the poor lady is tring to put across is the abuse of data pure and simple comonsence. I know comonsence is not comon

      Zed spectator - December 16, 2012
      18:40

  38. Change your dreasing code otherwise young ones will be proposing u . The young boy is just ok he loves u give him what he wants the age doest matter mwamuna sachepa.

    Bashapilo - December 16, 2012
    13:47

  39. Iwe, you a chimukaka sweetch nafuchi just accept.

    aon - December 16, 2012
    13:36

  40. Iwe just love the child back what’s wrong with you!

    London - December 16, 2012
    13:32

  41. This is a personal matter that you would have handled without making it public. Do you surely need public help to turn down the advances by a small boy as you put it? Stop abusing this forum.

    Fitiball - December 16, 2012
    13:32

    • Good response!

      Distant Drums - December 16, 2012
      14:16

    • Give advice from a mature person.

      Sosa - December 16, 2012
      15:02

    • I blame the editor for allowing such nonsence to be published

      Spectator - December 16, 2012
      17:32

      • I think the point is abuse of the submitted info.

        Some-Of-Us - December 16, 2012
        21:05

  42. There is nothing wrong. Next item please.

    Seed Inspector 2012 - December 16, 2012
    13:12

  43. So it was a small boy wht if it was a big boy? Say Chi manager then wht?

    shushushu - December 16, 2012
    13:00

  44. Age is just a number. if the boy loves you go for it. the only worry is how this chap got your details.

    Proper Fools - December 16, 2012
    12:57

  45. Iwe chigili, Cheelo, efyo bamyebela ubutundu, dressing tekantu, wechipuba we!

    Ku Masangalatoni--Lekeni HH ateke - December 16, 2012
    12:55

  46. Nothing wrong mama

    Proper Fools - December 16, 2012
    12:55

  47. Maybe you seduced him??? Pantu even you women you attitude is so seductive. change you dressing.

    cheelo - December 16, 2012
    12:52

    • Change dressing 2 what.beta a green banana than a yellow one mama.

      Chisco - December 16, 2012
      15:26

  48. Lets see you pic maybe you look like one.

    Chilufyanya Satana - December 16, 2012
    12:47

  49. That child should be taken to Chinama.

    The Advisor - December 16, 2012
    12:46

    • No that child should be given a beer. Wakula mwana…….jst saying.

      offman2000 - December 16, 2012
      19:23

    • He is courageous. Simple. Would luv to meet and shake his hand

      Kombwe - December 17, 2012
      09:21