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Part 2: Why The PF Will Win In 2016

Flash Back: President Sata On Facebook

After pedaling the canoe to State House in a dramatic fashion and to the total disbelief of those in power then, President Sata is emphatically shaping up to be one of Zambia’s most successful Heads of State in living memory.

Micheal Sata in his quest to to live up to his election promises has deployed one of the most formidable retinue of cabinet ministers in order to see that each and every verbal and written promises that he made comes to fruition.

While critics cower to the international community publicizing falsehoods, the PF government has remained steadfast as it unleashes a tidal wave of sanitizing the nation from the clog that became the hallmark rule of the MMD.

Among the most committed lieutenants in the PF’s declared war on poverty is a veteran ex-trade unionist they have come to lovingly and fondly call Santa. He has seen it all in the battle to have humane conditions of service and to today’s working generation, Fackson Shamenda has brought early Christmas to Zambia’s shunned and poorly paid workers.

It has with no doubt added another legion of supporters to the PF, and 2016 will surely be water off a ducks back as the party is set to record a landslide.

It is the burning issue of the day but the PF has proven its critics wrong by ensuring that everyone feasts from the national trough of prosperity; from the CEO to the Garden Boy, everyone is simply benefiting, except for a stubborn ghost from the Zambia Federation of Employers or Zambia Federation of Exploiters depending on the case.

Among the major policies the PF has fostered include;

1) A favourable education policy that will see the setting up of 5 national Universities, this will in due course lift the strain on the University of Zambia and stones being thrown will be a thing of the past.

2) 4.2 trillion has been earmarked for major road works in the PF budget of 2012.

3) The restriction placed on the dollar has shown the economy will be impacted positively

It is a forgone conclusion that the 2016 National Assembly will be dominated by the PF as Zambians will turn out in large droves to give the party the deserved vote.

By Kasabo S. Kalussa

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32 Responses to Part 2: Why The PF Will Win In 2016

  1. Summer Kunda

    July 22, 2012 at 3:21 pm

    I wish to register a big concern on the first poinnt ” MANY UNIVERSITIES ”
    With this big freedom the government has given school pupils the education system of ZAMBIA is a highest part of disgrace.
    Like wise, Martin Luther King jr said ” FREEDOM WE WANT, BUT GIVING FREEDOM TO A SCHOOL PUPIL IS LIKE GIVING AN AXE TO A MAD MAN “.
    AIDS should not be the reason why our EDUCATION system should go down.
    Coming back to the UNIVERSITY issue, you cant go into building many UNIVERSITIES minus improving 1 – 12.

  2. mubqngq

    July 22, 2012 at 3:22 pm

    hitting the nail on the HEAD!

  3. Innocent Culture

    July 22, 2012 at 3:39 pm

    Summer Kunda brother man,a point you have. Am hearing of this quote from Luther for the first time.

  4. man t

    July 22, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    pipo hallucinate in support of their bemba colleague named sata without critical thnkng.

  5. Wantanshi

    July 22, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    The people of Zambia have been raped for far too long by UNIP and MMD to vote again for these failed parties. PF will definitely sail through effortlessly.

  6. Tupac`tha king`

    July 22, 2012 at 7:48 pm

    Only vipuwa monga ukwa2 cannot appreciate coz tha shit alwayz chokes with envy everytime like kadansa.

  7. bm

    July 22, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    bt this it truely rubbish.how do u talk of a university b4 u finish the problems faced in primary schools?
    This truely gives me hope to say that only pipo who follow government issues are seeing that there is no development en we will remain suffering for years.

  8. Kwatu

    July 22, 2012 at 10:17 pm

    Wishful thinking is nice 4 all of us. Pf do ur thing mwandi cz u nid the votes in 2016.

  9. ManBuka

    July 22, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    It’s not about winning an election or is it ‘erection’! Anyway, the truth is that lies will not develop this country…AS for me, since I am poor, I will not employ another poor man…I will go back to my village in “Flybelt” and give my relatives a better life than enriching the no gooder aliens…Tell Father “Chimisimis” to creat a favourable working environment for both the employers and the poor employees…The gardeners, cooks and maids are feeling puffed up!! Please, tame them or they will be fired in no time…I am not sure who will laugh or is it celebrate last..

  10. TM Beebe

    July 23, 2012 at 5:36 am

    ou have got it wrong on minimum wage: I;m a civil servant with a maid and like many of my colleagues, I am not happy with PF on this one. If indeed PF has won a cohort of voters from domestic servants, they have lost the hearts pf many civil servants. Take a survey in our staffrooms and office corridors and hear our comments. Watch the space!

  11. zed

    July 23, 2012 at 6:27 am

    u zambian !u dn’t appreciet ninshi mwabelaposo .

  12. Kalok

    July 23, 2012 at 9:08 am

    Things will be earmarked until there are no ears to mark…

  13. ShiMwila Culture Tradition

    July 23, 2012 at 9:38 am

    @ Summer Kunda I love that Martin Luther King Jr quote and I have always enjoyed reading it through and through as a source of academic inspiration for me. However, I feel you are misapplying it. MLK Jr applied it in the context of complete freedom, which should include education which at the time African Americans did not have direct access to. The PF is overboard on this and real change in this country will come when some of the mouth-watering PF policies are implemented. Watch the PF’s space. Zambia will never be the same agian.

  14. sata

    July 23, 2012 at 9:57 am

    lol

  15. isaac

    July 23, 2012 at 10:03 am

    Pipo problems never come to an end as long as we live. So there is no need to say we shall only embark on other projects once we finish the previous ones.As far as i know PF.AS a party is in a hurry to develope this country.Only a political opponet with envy can think otherwise.What is wrong with PF talking about setting up universities in each province?Should we do that after all these pending problems come to an end i mean Zambians we should be aware that as long as we live these problems will always be there.I think PF means well.

  16. isaac

    July 23, 2012 at 10:05 am

    Pipo problems never come to an end as long as we live. So there is no need to say we shall only embark on other projects once we finish the previous ones.As far as i know PF.AS a party is in a hurry to develope this country.Only a political opponet with envy can think otherwise.What is wrong with PF talking about setting up a university in each province?Should we do that after all these pending problems come to an end i mean Zambians we should be aware that as long as we live these problems will always be there.I think PF means well.

  17. ICEBERG

    July 23, 2012 at 11:02 am

    This is rubbish.We are still waiting for the PF to fulfill their promises and we will vote according to their performance.Zambians are really serious about the promises the PF gave them,so lets wait and see.On the minimum wage they have gotten it wrong because most maids will go from K250,000 to Zero.WHO IS FOOLING WHO?

  18. Better believe it

    July 23, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Hard to take this one serious.

    “emphatically shaping up to be one of Zambia’s most successful Heads of State in living memory”

    LOL! First of all KK is still around and even colonialism is still within “living memory”. What on earth is this cadre talking about?

  19. andrews

    July 23, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    I LIKE SATA AND THE PF BUT ON THIS MATTER, AWE MWANDINI. IAM HAPPY FOR THE MAID, AND IAM ONLY HOPPING MY SALARY WILL INCREASE TOO THEN I HAVE NO PROBLEM. AS LONG IT REMAINS STAGNANT THEN I HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO FOR ANOTHER PARTY COZ I CANT DO WITHOUT THE MAID. WHERE DO I LEAVE MY BABIES WHEN I GO FOR WORK? WE WILL BE FORCED TO AB– USE OUR RELATIVES WHO ARE NOT IN SCHOOL, AT THE END OF THE DAY MAIDS WILL HAVE NO JOB mmmmmmmmmmm BETTER TO INCREASE FROM THE TOP.

  20. amocache

    July 23, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    tumfweko…you have lost it. anyway remain dreaming and see latter.

  21. dudelove

    July 23, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    whoever wrote this article smoked some real bad sh!t. “Micheal Sata in his quest to to live up to his election promises has deployed one of the most formidable retinue of cabinet ministers….”
    The statement above made me laugh till i cried. Yaluma, energy minister, reasons for the fuel shortage: Football fans finished the fuel, OMCs are to blame, disgruntled individuals within the energy ministry are sabotaging things’ Kambwili, announces ZNS before Cabinet approval, Minimum wage mess, Shamenda…how are these ministers formidable??

  22. Zebb Mpinganjira

    July 23, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    MMD will not bounce back, its not that easy, at least not in 2016. UPND under HH has been on downward trend in Presidential elections since HH took over, there is no indication this will change, so they will get less than 20% of the vote.

    A Pact between MMd and UPNd is highly unlikely to hold til elections because of political egos of both protagonists and other Parties just need too much work to reach national stature.

    Therefore, even with modest achievements as long as PF delivers on major things like the constitution, it is likely to win roundly and avoid a secod round under possible new constitution!!

  23. Wildthing

    July 24, 2012 at 8:34 am

    LOL! We’ll see. Article probably written by a simplistic Bemba fool. Check out the voting patterns in the last election ? Clearly shows that a united opposition can thump an incumbent party – which is probably why you and your fellow Bemba buffoons are so reluctant to have the 50%+1 clause for the Presidency.

    Yeah, wages gone up. But, I want to see the looks on the faces of the oppressed masses when prices of everything go up because costs are being passed onto consumers and because the Kwacha nosedives because nervous businessmen will now be looking to change every surplus Kwacha they make to USD for fear of a potential return to exchange controls.

    The appreciation was temporary because obviously nobody wanted to spend 10 years in jail. But, the validity of SI 33 itself is being questioned by some prominent legal minds not least for the fact that it quotes an act that does not exist – The Banking and Financial Services Act 2012.

  24. mk

    July 24, 2012 at 9:44 am

    There is no reasonable Zambian in their sober state of mind who can urgue the fact that Mr.Sata is indeed a man of the people. Evidence is overwhelming for every body to see! This man can take this great country to higher levels in terms of development, all he need is support from all of us who genuinely mean well, not bakandile who are there to mislead this great man.

    As for the opposition, my humble word of advise is that if indeed you are a credible oppositon party,then check Mr.Saka very carefully and you will realise that the man really means well. This is the truth, period!

    Mr, MC please continue your good works and we shall be delighted to send you back to state house for the second term.

  25. Ingita

    July 24, 2012 at 11:12 am

    For sure PF means well under MCS leadership. Sir, a special request for us whose pension is NAPSA, can we be given a lump-sum (%) of the whole amount at least to settle. Settling does not mean building houses becasue we are doing so with our merger salaries from the so called international boer companies without gratuity. God continue protecting you Sir from all the bad wishes from the weird characters.

  26. tina

    July 24, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    youths are the ones who made the pf to go to state house just creat empolyement not these one year contract jobs we are getting and another vote will definately come 2016

  27. KiKiKikiKikiKiki

    July 24, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    Walk over mudala! If PF would lose in 2016 after hustling the government away from MMD then it would be the shock of the century as there’s no opposition at all! I’d definitely die!

  28. Mu Sabala Wa pa Zed

    July 24, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Zambia is marked for greatness and all African Nations will want to learn from us, the Universities being built will be the reason for this, continue Building President Sata, you will leave a legacy hard for any President to come and beat.

  29. Mariam

    July 25, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    Mayo nafwa!

  30. PIKE

    July 25, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    iwe cikala iceberg you are not thinking. if you saw how people suffering in the industries na ma 10 pin per, you are not going to say like that.

  31. WANZELU

    August 15, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    THAT WAS WINDOW DRESSING, CNP – UKWA DOES NOT EVEN KNOW HOW TO WRITE A TEXT FROM HIS PHONE.

  32. robertphiri

    November 27, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    pf will win in 2016, because they are fielding proffessor chirwa for president. sata has seen that there was no material to take over from him. hes doing it the chiluba way. its a good strategy for party unit.