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“We Can Still Impeach President Sata For Suspending The Three Judges” Opposition Parties

A consortium of opposition Political Parties in the country says impeaching President Michael Sata remains an option as it is evident that he has seriously breached constitutional and warrants the President to be impeached according to Zambezi fm.

The opposition political parties being led by Alliance for Development and Democracy President Charles Milupi said Mr. Sata has breached the supreme Law of the land on several occasions and the recent one being the suspension of three Judges.

Mr. Milupi said the opposition will fight that decision at all cost as Mr. Sata suspended the three Judges that include Supreme Court Judge, Philip Musonda and two High Court judges, Charles Kajimanga and Nigel Mutuna.

The three judges have been suspended and a tribunal has been constituted which will be headed by a High Court from Malawi to investigate alleged corruption in the judiciary.

During a Joint Press Briefing yesterday, the Parties that include Hakainde Hichilema President of United Party for National Development, Sakwiba Sikota of United Liberal Party and Zambia Direct Democracy Movement Edwin Sakala categorically rejected the appointment of Malawian Judge to lead the Tribunal.

Others present were Kabinga Pande representing Movement for Multi Party Democracy acting President Michael Mabenga and one representative of the Heritage Party.

The Opposition has also called for the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Mtembo Nchito to resign with immediate effect for failure to operate professionally.

They cited the walking away from the court room while a case involving Zambian Airways and The Development Bank of Zambia was in session as an act which they described as unprecedented for a custodian of the law.

Judges Nigel Mutuna who issued a judgment that ordered DPP Mutembo Nchito and Post Newspaper owner Fred M%u2019membe to pay back the 14 billion Kwacha loan they owe the Development Bank of Zambia through the defunct Zambian Airways.

Meanwhile, Information, Broadcasting and Labor Minister Fackson Shamenda has accused the former ruling party the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) to be solely responsible of the current mistrust of the Judiciary in the country.

Mr. Shamenda accused the opposition MMD of instigating criticism in country on the decision by President Michael Sata to set up a tribunal to investigate three prominent judges accused of misconduct in the country.

Mr. Shamenda told a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday that the PF government%u2019s decision to have reforms in the Judiciary is in response to both local and international calls for reforms in the Judiciary of the country.

 

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76 Responses to “We Can Still Impeach President Sata For Suspending The Three Judges” Opposition Parties

  1. 1 ray Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:15 am

    ba milupi impeach bawiso in yo house not our president those juges they must did sumthing very serours mr sata is not mad to suspend them.

  2. FUTURE PRESIDENT-ZAMBIA Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:16 am

    Dear all,
    Reading Mr Milupi’s impeachment of president Sata story, makes me laugh.The man Milupi is in the dreaming world together.Milupi has only one MP in parliament how can he impeach Sata? And which opposition will impeach Sata unnecessarily?

    Milupi be careful some of us who were supporting you at times we are beginning to doubt your reasoning.U may loose our support.

  3. FUTURE PRESIDENT-ZAMBIA Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:17 am

    Dear all,
    Reading Mr Milupi’s impeachment of president Sata story, makes me laugh.The man Milupi is in the dreaming world.Milupi has only one MP in parliament how can he impeach Sata? And which opposition will impeach Sata unnecessarily?

    Milupi be careful some of us who were supporting you at times we are beginning to doubt your reasoning.U may loose our support.

  4. Supreme Court Judge, Charles Milupi Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:36 am

    There is good news and bad news for Mr. Milupi
    Good news: as a political leader Mr. Milupi has a 24-hour access to local and international news media.
    Bad news: as a political leader Mr. Milupi pretends to know everything or deliberately forgets about the realities. Supreme Court Judge, Philip Musonda caused outcry when he passed judgment to some cases in which both Zambian citizens and foreigners proved how corrupt he was, under MMD

  5. mwisho kaps Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:36 am

    Theoreticia. Just by the name itself can educate us and the Milupis. Stay blessed my brother

  6. Dandy crazy Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:41 am

    A letter from the doctor to the IG on Tonga bull and true bantustan

    I am in need of help to find the aforementioned patients.This have been diagnosed with a suicidal complex after the victory of PF.From the time they discovered online blogging, they have senselessly insulted PF and the president.In my opinion, they are suppose to be confined in Chainama for rehabilitation.They lack normal social interaction and they should be put on a counseling program.I am afraid if we do not act now, they pose a threat to normal societal interaction and tribal peace.

    I will be waiting for your humble reply sir

    Yours faithfully

    Dr Name withheld

  7. Dandy crazy Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:55 am

    my apologies to all those who i have insulted wrongfully. its just that i am a fustrated co-boy who is starving on cairo road. i rely envy the ammount of money that HH has and i wish i was like him. so bloggers forgive me i am just a mad, urine drinking, stinking swine.

  8. Luapula Fish Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 11:08 am

    Tongas ameno ububi

  9. sop Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    Misconduct of Judges is not about the Judgements of Philip Musonda`s former Judgements but DBZ issue let us not mix the two. But Iam not convinced by Mr Milupi why we should impeach the president. Which article in the constitution did he nat adhere to? please tell us.

  10. mwape Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    kuti waseka mwe, are you sure bo Milupi what you are saying is feasible or you just want some coverage since you know ZNBC has started covering you guys.

    Anyway bo Milupi keep on dreaming, even Satan has faith that one day Jesus will join him.

  11. Carolina R Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 3:25 pm

    Take me on vacation anyone before and after I get married. sex with no strings attached
    please! Lots of love Carolina Rodriguez, Liaison Officer/Slutty Protocol assistant at the High Commission of the republic of Zambia in Ottawa, Canada. I like really rich men only. I got surgical great perky boobs, tattoo on my hip, pierced clit. Come and get me!

  12. kambafwilendabeko Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    Go and impeach yo fore-fathers who broght yu to this world to come en utter such nonsense!!!!

  13. Kwa na Kwe Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 3:53 pm

    TONGA BULLSHIT!

  14. shootist Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    This picture is for Milupi,,Why do Bembas always want to attack HH even when he is not mentioned. Is it Envy, jelousy, hatrate or tribalism chabe?? i fail to understand. God help Zambia.

  15. First lady Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    It’s a shame how some politicians can publicaly show their ignorance,it’s such a shame!

  16. tonycurtis Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    when you are in opposition and trying to win the hearts of voters you must not be swayed by cheap politicking.you are just weakening yourselves further by allowing back door alliances to take root. learn from the pf. from one seat to government.

  17. birima Reply

    May 5, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    i am suprised that baficolor bamo bacili bala sapota pf. c’mon a defendant can not petition the president. what kind of justice is that? the only recourse a defendant has against judgment is appeal! it is the duty of the judicial service commission to recommend to the president for judges to appear before a tribunal! cicolor sata is afraid of shinkamunyelo mmembe and his wife ncito!

  18. swala Reply

    May 6, 2012 at 5:53 am

    we are building a dictator. impeach the man,its not a tribe issue he is not the last president to come.

  19. oxmos Reply

    May 6, 2012 at 7:22 am

    to advise bo milupi,eat your money you acquired fro zccm nicely,i knew tghe man from kalulushi when i thought he was among the elite,now am doughting his thinking

  20. GOSSIP Reply

    May 6, 2012 at 8:09 am

    Why did they impeach Banda, now that SATA is President everyone has a say even if they have nothing to say. BULLSHIT

  21. Josef P Reply

    May 7, 2012 at 10:37 am

    The point here is about adherance to the constitution. Is the president upholding the Constitution? That is the question. If not the law must take its course.Period!

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  23. kazanga wakazanga uko Reply

    May 13, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    BO MILUPI YOU HAVE YO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS TO IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT, BUT DO U HAVE SUPPORT FROM ALL ZAMBIANS ? OR U ARE MERELY ACTING WITHIN YOUR SELF AS A SELFISH INDIVIDUAL TOGETHER WITH YOUR SELFISH COUNTERPARTS WHO WEN YOU SIT DOWN THE ONLY THING YOU WANT TO SEE IS MR SATA OUT OF OFFICE WHICH IN MY VIEW WILL NEVER HAPPEN GO AND IMPEACH THE LITUNGA BECA– USE IT SEEMS YOU AND YOUR TRADITION COUSIN ARE POWER HUNGRY.

  24. isaac Reply

    May 15, 2012 at 11:37 am

    milupi and your cousin hakainde should be very very careful with your lantings if you continue doing so your dreams of becoming republican presindent some day will never be realised you say impeachment? how can you achieve that when you do .not have numbers in parliament more over, what crime have president sata commited to wallant that? cause even if you include all your kids including those of hakainde still won’t have enough numbers to do that silly, treachious behaviour.be eyeful

  25. Cibwi Mulenga Reply

    September 11, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    Milupi you are right but please judge the minds of Zambians. At the moment, Zambians are enjoying more money in their pockets, enjoying nice train, free education, low mealie meal prices, sufficient electricity supply, 100% salary increment for civil servants, only 5% salary increment for political leaders, low pump price, low minibus fares, post staff appointments, jesuits will get shares in nationalised companies through Fr Bwalya. All this in 90 days

  26. mwenya musenge Reply

    September 21, 2012 at 9:34 am

    all those insulting their fellow tribes have no maners at all.do we chose to be born from which mother and father?do we to be born from which region?SOME OF THESE CARELESS TALK will may bring disaster in our lives.God can test how you can behave when you disabled child or wife.its not expensive to be a fool but expensive to be wise.

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