KUNDA Says It’s A Deserved PF Victory

THE people of Zambia spoke loudly that they wanted change in the last elections, George Kunda has said.

During the debate on a motion moved by Vice-President Guy Scott asking the House to approve the abolition and establishment of government ministries and departments established by the President Michael Sata, Kunda urged the PF government to continue with the MMD programmes on alleviating poverty.

In his maiden speech as an opposition member following MMD’s electoral defeat last month, Kunda said that during campaigns both the MMD and the opposition exchanged bitter and sometimes unpleasant words but called for reconciliation in the country now that the elections had passed.

“The just-ended elections were competitive and people of Zambia had spoken loudly that they wanted change. Let’s not hold what went on during elections against each other and use that as form of vengeance and retribution,” said Kunda, who is former vice-president in the Rupiah Banda administration.

“There is need for reconciliation in the nation. Our colleagues should realise that they are no longer in the opposition.”

He appealed to President Michael Sata and the PF government not to use the bad words exchanged during electoral campaigns as a form of vengeance and retribution against others.

Kunda said the maiden speech he was delivering was his third in the House, although the difference was that he was doing it from the opposition.

“I can confess that I am already enjoying myself. There is a lot of joy operating from here. We are so relaxed without taking any responsibility and just firing questions,” he said.

Kunda also congratulated President Sata and the PF government for what he called their deserved victory.

On the motion moved by Dr Scott, Kunda said the motion had come too late and should have been moved before the creation and abolition of ministries.

21 Responses to "KUNDA Says It’s A Deserved PF Victory"

  1. Wren   October 20, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    Kunda ulishilu mudala, today you sound like a repentant thief on the cross with Jesus! You Kunda today calling for reconciliation, are you not the one who said Sata can never be and will never be president of Zambia? Wait you will be probed, persecuted and jailed until you rot. Remember the NCC failure, you stole from us thinking you will die vice president. Leave others to preach reconciliation not you.

  2. Allegic to corruption   October 20, 2011 at 2:31 pm

    Yes Mr. Kunda thanks for admitting that it was a PF deserved victory. We really got fade up of your 20 years in power. Cheers PF!

  3. Alex Goma-Netherlands   October 20, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    its nice, Kunda has admitted bcz everybody saw it and can still see it! victory!!

  4. Corruption Antidote   October 20, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Blah, blah, blah, blah…. now you admit what you were saying was total rubbish? Please lets hear from someone else credible enough than this tinkling cymbal

  5. Triplet Mother   October 20, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Mr. former Vice President GK thats what a human being should do. You are wellcome dear. It is true concilliation should be there but with all your heart, mind no jokes. what about your sister Ndora Nshilia What is she thinking about? Advice her mwalishiba abantu abasunda balishupa ukukontolola. Ena kuti alemona kwati ulemweba ati kabiye kasunde ku toilet kanshi ulemweba fye ifisuma. She must admit as well and apologise to Her PRESIDENT SATA. YES HE IS HER PRESIDENT dora kanapo nalelo ati Sata can not be a president. AKOSULILE EKOPA NOKO.

  6. Chikayeba   October 20, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    I like the tone of Kundas speech. But dont you think it is comming out rather a bit too late. This reconciliation talk should have been called at that time. The name calling was a bit more than enough. The insults were beyond this world. To think that the person that was demosed today seeks to correct those that did so to him is true of a Christain that HE MCS is. If it was in other countries like Lybya these people would be in jail as we speak. So Mr Kunda it is good that you have admitted to having lost and the loss is bitter because it is not a norm in africa. It is not also a norm to the MMD and Kunda himself.You were too sure you would win hence the self assurance that you were going to bring back the failed constitution back to parliament. I am waiting for that. Remember how you thought parliament was you other home and could do as you wished. Indeed fintu fikingya. Musalu wali pesamba!!!!!!

  7. Ucar   October 20, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    Thanks for such unexpected words for GK
    anyway its good that George seems to have come to terms with the new PF govt.However you should rely this info to Bwezani, Dora nshilya and all those with obstinate kind of behavoiur in MMD.Give us a good run for our policy implementation….we want objectivity in our parliamnet

    Since you have finnaly shown remorse we surely forgive you-Mwaanga,Katele,Mutati and others have
    so we can as weel begin afresh.But pliz tell Thandiwe and Bwezani to pay back what they owe to the Zambian people

  8. PIKE   October 20, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    Ba mfuma do not forget that you dubiously aquitted chiluba? we need to probe you.

    • Anani Koffi   October 20, 2011 at 4:04 pm

      Pike, leka Chiluba atushe mucitobete

  9. Anani Koffi   October 20, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Please Kunda mulwele mwila mucushako. Please

  10. Ken   October 20, 2011 at 4:17 pm

    I can only forgive GK if he says “Nalya amafi yambwa”.

  11. Mwine Mushi   October 20, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    Ba kunda nabacita talk ifya mano apapena. Pamo ngobuteko twatasha!

  12. DK   October 20, 2011 at 4:44 pm


  13. Kay Hummer   October 20, 2011 at 4:46 pm

    This Kunda of a man should be ashmed of himself now.He has eaten humble and should apologise to President Sata for saying that he never ever never be President of Zambia!!!

  14. Kay Hummer   October 20, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    Look at those three clowns in the picture…Dont they just look STUPID????

  15. christal   October 20, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Thats what is called political games u danda heads, 2moro it will be pf apologising. derez nothing strange!

  16. Ndasunda   October 20, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    Kwena kunda ulishilu saana . Before joining pf you should. 1) waleka ukupolomya shiki
    2)Tawaishiba ne cisungu. 3)ukabweshe impiya waiba. Tauyumfwila uluse we muntu waba pa ARV’s but taufwaya ukutuusha stop politics and concetrate on your diet. You should eat the following. Bananas,liver,cheese,meat,brownbread,eggyolk,nuts and a lot of guavas to prevent ukupolomya then u can join PF. Uposheko cisuusu

  17. H.C.H   October 21, 2011 at 8:49 am

    “There is a lot of joy operating from here. We are so relaxed without taking any responsibility and just firing questions”.

    This explains why some MPs hold the misguided notion that they have the right to dose their parliamentary terms off without making any meaningful contribution to House debates.

    Mr. Kunda, and indeed every other backbencher, should realise that EACH AND EVERY MP has a constitutional and civic resposiblity to their constituents and the country at large.

  18. Bashisimbatwentyleven   October 21, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Well those tactics will not land you anywhere safe Mr Kunda.yesterday you were a villain and today you are ready for reconciliation seeing there is no chance to hit back.It’s unfortunately too late,you cannot appease the government.YOU SHALL FACE THE LAW S0ON.

  19. Mwenya capetown   October 21, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    Sorry Kunda your sweet words have come litle too lat.How could you save under such a man that not only looks like Shriek,but is visionless and a thief. Thandiwe on the other hand was a bud example to our ladies in the country.I say so because she was basically saying to them that it is okey to sleep with your grand father as long as he has muzulu.I want the pf not to let you people get away with our tax money.

  20. The Jackal   October 21, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    Some idiots never seize to amaze me! George Kunda should be the last idiot to preach reconciliation after what was coming out of his mouth when he was still veep. Tafikosa kubili zoona! I could not imagine him speaking like this, but times have changed and hence such words. But this is just lip service from the red lipped sniper. People should always seek reconciliation when things are good for them and not vice versa. The chap was just too filth with his language to the extent of denting the image of Veep and of that of lawyers. Life is catching up with these educated Lumpen.