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Open Letter to President SATA

Sata took a short Nap !

Sata taking a short Nap !

Dear Editor,

Your Excellency Happy New Year! In this New Year I wish you wisdom, good health and visionary leadership beyond parochial partisan interest for a change. As you start the year it is important to realize that power belongs to the people while every life matters and its only God who has dominion over it.

Your mandate to rule our country is under a microscopic view of both the international democracy movements and progressive patriotic citizens who holds real power and have the liberty of not only resisting but recalling your Presidency if found inimical to their virtues. It’s the same citizens that did it to violent repressive UNIP regime of KK, Chiluba on his third term trail which you passionately schemed and unconstitutionally shoved on citizens, not ignoring the retirement of RB in 2011.

Sir, the expectation of every responsible patriotic citizen is to see that you our nations’ leaders are paragons of virtue and strength, ever striving to better the populace’s lot in life and aid their country’s economic and social progress and not self seeking hoping to thrive through political manipulations. The reality of investing billions of poor tax payers’ money in buying amoral souls turned politicians of fortunes for your much wished political solidarity at the expense of addressing some pressing socio-economic woes of people 70 percent in abyss of poverty is a dangerous act with potential of delivering you unmatched national crisis unless you stop it now. You expend K100 billions on 200 political vagabonds for hire, but what of the 13.7 million valiant Zambia who see every wrong in this callous waste?

I’m alive to the fact that in this era of highly flawed postulation of M’membe’s self seeking agenda tabloid in his turn-coat partisan role as an unpatriotic Zambian, it is easy to believe that you are invincible – and go on with these wasteful political schemes designed to legitimize your continuance in power should citizens revolt against hopelessness and hollow decrees they are fatigued from. It’s the same resolved Zambians that defied all schemes of violence under repressive KK and your third term scheme. Remember that the nonviolent Zambians organized massively behind a “No” vote against the dictator and failed leadership then, skillfully using the mass media to promote positive images of change. Today the same Zambians stand to repudiate a failed regime found to be asphyxiating their hard earned nascent democracy.

We had decades into the terror-ridden dictatorship of KK since 1972 without a break from its violent repression and no normal Zambian has fragrance for that era again except amoral political vultures of fortune. Kindly beware of crossing the red line in your pursuit of these political vultures and reversing Zambia’s gain. To think valiant Zambians have no qualms about dealing with the failed leadership in police state is being too simplistic and dangerously ignoring history at home and abroad.

Remember that during the hour of adversity these for hire politicians like always will run away from your tribulations when Zambians will have resolved fully for another self emancipation duty. All said, I would be unpatriotic to end without advising you that your party secretary General Wynter Kabimba is immature, irrational and a dangerously disillusioned cadre not helping you by any measure. Today everywhere you go Zambians know like never before that your Presidency and coterie of lawless cadres on the loose have nothing progressive for Zambia.

Sir you have an opportunity to prove wrong all your critics and prophetic voices that forewarned the risk we were making to our nascent democracy under your mandate in the presidency. It is a constitutional right for patriotic Zambians to redeem the future of their democracy and its security now on the line. Sadly, you hardly got any wise and competent political machinists in PF line-up with proven people skills and tactical damage control abilities. The only professional and wise leaders like Hon Chikwanda, Lubinda, Guy Scott and Yaluma are all but completely marginalized and silenced by clueless cadres in cabinet. The likes of Kabimba, Shamenda, Sekeni, Masebo and immature George Chela are all but diabolical reactionaries every time they appear on national issues; increasingly they are alienating your presidency from a critical mass of Zambians exponentially mounting on the opposite side of the divide.

Whatever you do, don’t forget that at all level of our human endeavors yet again as it were in 1990 and 2000 we all have a moral and patriotic duty to reclaim our destiny and virtues in a democracy despicably again under siege. Zambia is bigger than President Sata and the parochial PF idea of absolutism you have launched through Kabimba..

Mr. President your matching orders through Kabimba vindicates those who say when all enters the declining phase; wisdom and national interest in some people are all but lost. It’s therefore not strange to see such unconcealed parochial interest clipping in PF this early. I know that you ascended to power on trial basis without clear plans but lies now haunting your regime. In developed countries where they politicians the question ask is the economy stupid and ethics matter, PF would have been classified as a counterfeit regime and long recalled. Therefore never stand in the ways of democracy because it gives you a better opportunity to understand your flaws and deficiencies hence creating useful alarm bells and some safety valves for pressure release before an implosion.

Regardless of how powerful you think you have become, real power belongs to the people and not gun trotting police units, tear gas canisters or in schemes of expending billions of poor citizens’ tax money on buying out political solidarity that never were.

Let democracy reign, food insecurity end, national revenue ploughed in causes of common good instead, our natural resources create real opportunities and wealth for our forgotten but cheated youths yearly offloaded in a futureless market place only creating a dangerous army of a revolutionaries. Please end political circus now because you do not have a luxury of time but to win the approval of Zambians in democracy through delivery of some measurable socio-economic gains for all. Power belong to the people who determine national destiny.

Kalebalika!

Bwembya Mutale

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29 Responses to Open Letter to President SATA

  1. JB & TOOLS

    January 4, 2013 at 10:35 pm

    No one can listen to this partisan, disrespectfull,demeaning etc..advice.not even me I can’t take it.

    • chanda

      January 6, 2013 at 12:22 am

      What do you call what you are doing now

  2. onlooker

    January 4, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    BM I agree with u.well written

  3. Ndiye Vinthu

    January 4, 2013 at 11:26 pm

    Well articulated,hope the president reads this.

    • ray-ray

      January 5, 2013 at 1:22 pm

      can he read?lol

      • LOL BOY

        January 7, 2013 at 8:55 am

        Made my morning kikikikikik

  4. Village Chicken

    January 5, 2013 at 12:14 am

    @ Bwembya Mutale..great to know that there are ‘Bembas’ who are both schooled and learned. Yours is a non partisan advise to a sleeping president who should desperately redeem himself from the squalor of opposition.

    But I doubt if Micheal Sata, even if he has access to this letter, he may decipher an iota of the pertinent matter so raised. Chizungu chabe balibe bamudala…naba Cadre babo..

  5. Democrat

    January 5, 2013 at 4:39 am

    Good command of the Queen’s language. The author of this article has passed through the corridors of a tertially institution. Jealous down. However, have respect for other people especially the president regardless of their level of education.

  6. kakolwe

    January 5, 2013 at 5:27 am

    Yes, Bwembya, you have advised well on most point. Your miss is only on these political prostitutes. Write them NOT to accept the money. You may be opinionated, but U’re right, Kabimba is a ‘self-destruction’ button of pf.

  7. kakolwe

    January 5, 2013 at 5:33 am

    Question: Did democracy fail when Nevers sold 2 parties (NCC & RP) to Mwanawasa & RB? Did democracy grind to a halt when Faustina Sinyangwe, Chimbak ++ were bought off by RB? NOOOOO! It got enhanced. So abena HH + others, sell youe principles plz!

  8. Mwine Munshi

    January 5, 2013 at 7:00 am

    Kakolwe you are right. These guys had no plan B in case RB loses which he did.

  9. TimZ

    January 5, 2013 at 7:29 am

    Very good artical indeed . The Bible say those who have ears let them hear. I hope our president has ears to hear to sush timely advice.

  10. LoneRanger

    January 5, 2013 at 8:32 am

    2013: A Year of Supprises, as Prophet TB Joshua puts it.
    Many powerful people (and politicians) shall become less popular (helpless) and will need help, because they have failed to recognise those that helped them ascend to power.
    Hope this prophesy wont come on our own president, His Excellency, Mr. Micheal Chilufya Sata, President of The Republic of Zambia.

  11. Mulu

    January 5, 2013 at 9:02 am

    Its a timely advise. Thumbs up to BM. Please continue pumping sense into these politicians. Admin link me up with BM, I want to join hands with him.

  12. Ba medza

    January 5, 2013 at 9:29 am

    Can’t agree with u on everything Bwembya like the hate on innocent souls like Meembe,chellah,masebo & afew others who I believe are hard working, otherwise you are a great guy.

  13. dnice

    January 5, 2013 at 10:47 am

    the letter is too long. couldnt you have made it a bit summarised and with fewer unnecessary jargon? I have managed to read through it and my conclusion is that you just hate MCS and his policies and you try to use your probably self reported intelect to put together this disrespectful open letter to the president. Get a life

  14. Chisenga

    January 5, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    OOOOH…. THATS MY PRESIDENT. TAKING A SHORT NAP. LIKE ALL GREAT LEADERS THAT THIS WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. WINSTON CHURCHILL AND JF KENNEDY ALL — USED TO HAVE SHORT NAPS. THESE NAPS WERE SAID TO HAVE CONTRIBUTED GREATLY TO THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS. SEARCH THESE FACTS ON INTERNET.

    • ray-ray

      January 5, 2013 at 1:31 pm

      you must be a relative

  15. Mukombe

    January 5, 2013 at 2:39 pm

    Iam afraid the one you have written to wont listen to you. He is the experienced driver being advised by passengers that you are over speeding please slow down. instead he increases speed before long the bus falls into a crater.

  16. Wanu Ngwee

    January 5, 2013 at 3:10 pm

    Yes, PF’s thumping of MMD in the 2011 elections reminds me of the 1991 elections that replaced Kaunda’s UNIP with MMD. Most of us were first time voters then precisely because of the hope that an MMD win promised the youthful, the well schooled, the job-seeking and the poorly paid masses. But years later when Chiluba reminded us that voting MMD was a sacrifice we had voluntarily chosen to take, it dawned of most of us that in Zambian politics election campaigns are nothing to invest your hopes and dreams in, the result obviously was the booting out of MMD at the 2011 poll. And in came an over promising PF that assumed power in a flourishing economy that has placed Zambia among the fastest growing countries on the continent, and they cam in with ambitions promise of putting more money in people’s pockets without clearly outlining how, and with very little or no intellectual or proven capacity to do so. you guys are lucky to be awakened to your weaknesses barely a year after getting into office and still have time to make amends and deliver on your mandate, but only if you rid your party of all forms of indiscipline such as mudslinging, public sputs, failure to publicise your developmental programmes and service delivery targets and policies in Education, Health, social and economic infrastructure. Otherwise so far your performance is seriously MARGINAL. AND TO SCORE AN A+ IN PUBLIC SPUTS AND PLOTTING EACH OTHER’S DOWNFALL!!!

  17. CHINVINDINVINDI

    January 5, 2013 at 10:03 pm

    I read part of the letter and came to where Mmember is brought into the hate circus propagated by UPND and siopped as this is the usual filth from HATERS!
    Cant you write sensibly and differently from usual stereo types outdoing each other with trush?
    You will make more sense with a sober style.

  18. Abena PJ

    January 6, 2013 at 3:07 am

    Bwembya Mutale has a complex which he must free himself from, to see clearly the strengths and weaknesses of MCS and PF. Though I do not deny that as a human being MCS will make unintentional mistakes, his performance so far, after one year in office is better that Chiluba, Mwanawasa and Bwezani by far. He gives us hope for a better tomorrow.

  19. Abakonzi

    January 6, 2013 at 7:13 am

    Democracy is not just about numbers rather its about gaining confidence in the masses.Wether anyone likes it or not our president needs to look at this critic and pick out what can help bring him back on tracks.Yes Sata was a trial and error president but we all believed in him and we gave him the mandate to lead this country,he didn’t make himself.Ba president we have started a new year with a PF national budget,please work for the good of the zambians otherwise the clock is ticking and 2016 is not that far!!

    • Chisenga

      January 6, 2013 at 8:26 am

      I THINK THAT IS WHAT OUR LEADERS NEED. TO BE ENCOURAGED WHEN THEY PERFORM WELL AND CONSTRUCTIVELY CRITICISED WHEN THEY GO ASTRAY. NOT INSULTS EVERY DAY.

  20. keegan

    January 6, 2013 at 10:16 am

    LET SLEEPING LEADERS LIE

  21. Ng'ombe Ilede

    January 6, 2013 at 3:21 pm

    Mr.President, “THE EYES WHICH DO NOT WANT TO LISTEN, WILL GO WITH ITS HEAD WHEN IT IS CHOPPED OFF”.
    KODI AMUDALA ANGA ZILOLE ZIMENEZI. NI SELF STYED PRESIDENT.

  22. Hope

    January 7, 2013 at 9:51 am

    Lol this picture awe kekekekekekekekeeleke those are moments kept in time

  23. SABI

    January 9, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    FYONSE KWATI FI TUMBI PA MENSO MWEE, IS HE DEAD OR SLEEPING, AM SLIGHTLY BLIND. BA SATA NABALALA NANGU NI MUFWA BALI?
    WAKE UP,SIR, THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING YOU.

  24. kamwala

    January 9, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    Why should you trouble your self MS has got no time to read such letters. people it’s MS’s time to enjoy let him enjoy.contuine talking him is moving forward you movng backwards let’s just support our president. MS go go you are doing a great job to our nation. There are few people who are like you.