Dora Siliya Told To Start Dressing Properly in Parliament

Dora Siliya Told To Start Dressing Properly in Parliament

DEPUTY Speaker of the National Assembly Mkhondo Lungu has cautioned Petauke Central member of Parliament Dora Siliya over her dressing. Mr Lungu on Thursday said MPs should dress properly in Parliament.
The Deputy Speaker said it is against Parliamentary etiquette for a member to be improperly dressed while attending sessions in chambers, as this demeans the status of the House.
Mr Lungu, however, exercised restraint on Ms Siliya and just advised her to dress properly as she comes to Parliament in future.
The Deputy Speaker’s caution followed a point of order raised by deputy minister of youth and sport and Mongu Central MP Nathaniel Mubukwanu (Patriotic Front), who demanded to know if Ms Siliya was in order to enter the chambers while “improperly” dressed.
Ms Siliya wore a tight black skirt, green silver sleeveless body top, black high-heeled shoes and silver bangles which matched her ear rings.
Mr Mubukwanu raised the point of order when Ms Siliya, who is former Minister of Transport and Communications,was on the floor of the House contributing to the 2013 budget of expenditure and estimates for the Ministry of Local Government and Housing.
In his ruling, Mr Lungu said MPs are not in order to enter Parliament while improperly dressed as this goes against parliamentary etiquette.
“I want to once again urge the honourable members of Parliament to come to Parliament properly dressed to avoid breaching parliamentary rules and procedures,” he said.
A jacket and tie are compulsory for male MPs while female MPs are required to cover up properly.

79 Responses to "Dora Siliya Told To Start Dressing Properly in Parliament"

  1. katongo   November 26, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    In all MMD central committee meetings all men are at hypot when Dora is there. No concentration , No direction.

  2. General Shikanyela   November 26, 2012 at 7:01 pm


  3. Kalok   November 26, 2012 at 7:02 pm

    21st Century accelerating away from Zambia…

  4. Mole   November 26, 2012 at 7:04 pm

    I wonda why insults are th orda of th day.where do we put our God?repent my friends and shame th Devil.luv u all

  5. Njekwa   November 26, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    Dora should know better! The same thing happened to Nkandu Luo and Edith Nawakwi in 1998. She should be in an attire inches below the knees!

  6. didi   November 26, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    i like those figures,i really enjoy them leave her alone thats my cake.

  7. stef   November 26, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    shes was a problem at ZNBC,shes a problem in MMD(NEC)and now she wants to confuse the future of Zambia by seating her ass on the its neck(parliament).you see ZNBC did not go anywhere because of her dimpled thyes.

  8. Ba W.I.S.O.   November 26, 2012 at 9:09 pm

    Mumbukwanu you idiot, you wish your wife could look half as nice as Dora in that skirt! Nothing wrong with Dora’s dressing except in the mind of a weak pervert who cannot control his nyele. People, lock away your daughters, perverted MPs of the loose.

  9. Ba W.I.S.O.   November 26, 2012 at 9:10 pm

    Make that….on the loose

  10. aninaye lungu   November 26, 2012 at 9:58 pm

    Maybe she is wearing mini skirts because of the story that recently appeared on the online website about her allegedly relationship.

    Dora Siliya and Her Dallas Based – Long Distance Boyfriend. It’s over!

    Dora Siliya has reportedly lost twice in less than one year; first her political party tumbled in 2011 elections to the rival Patriotic Party (PF) in November, 2011 and now she has reportedly lost her relationship with her Zambian but Dallas based Zambian famous professional sports coach.

    The couple, who were long time friends met in Lusaka , were they both played tennis together at Lusaka Club. This was way back before Dora was the ZNBC personality and even before she was Mrs. Folotiya.

    Their friendship was rekindled through the Facebook when she became the minister in MMD Government. Dora was frequently known to be communicating with her supporters and the Dallas boo through the Facebook.

    The friendship progressed to lovers and the couples were planning to meet in the United States during one of her scheduled official visits right before elections.However, things took the different turn when MMD tumbled.

    Since then, the communication became erratic and the former honorable minister and MMD spokeperson started suspecting that her Dallas based boyfriend was probably entertaining other women.

    Close friends reported the couple having phone fights. The long distance was a strain on the long distance couple and finally they have mutually agreed to end what could have been the best couple and possibly the best marriage in Lusaka .TNT Magazine

  11. The Jackal   November 26, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    But chi Dora chali sungapo itako zoona, kwati yakubikapofye! Elo nachikashika sana shino inshiku obviously tuma concoctions!

  12. sweet tony   November 26, 2012 at 11:00 pm

    dora behave yo self.lyonse fye ni dora?are u the only woman in zambia?daz ths woman even have children?and how old is ths same chi mummy?she seems to have no public shame like iris.

  13. Elias benos   November 26, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    I love Dora’s dress code.. She shows what she gat.. Intact body formula, ya’ll gata love it, quit hating!
    Another one in Dallas, not bf tho

  14. padre shikofu   November 27, 2012 at 6:19 am

    She interviewed me on set at znbc and geee I ended up answering wrong questions!!!!

  15. musole   November 27, 2012 at 9:15 am

    @Aninaye Lungu, stupid fool, following other people’s private life, idiot, this could be fabriacated story, it all shows jeolousy anyway, what interest in ones private life? mind your own business silly fool, all those corners to find out about someone’s privee. yah, shame, THIS ONLY SHOWS HOW BIG MOUTH YOU ARE, TIME WASTER, i WOULDn’t LIKE TO KNOW SUCH PEOPLE IN MY LIFE, i WOULDLIKE, IF U CAN GIVE ALL THE INFORMATION FROM THE BIBLE, COS IT SEEMS U ARE A POWERFUL MEMORY STORAGE TANK. NOT INTERESTING AT ALL, U ARE SUCH A FOOL. LIVE DORA ALONE. SOME U FOOLS U WIFES SMELL.

  16. sheetbed   November 27, 2012 at 9:41 am

    @Aninaye Lungu Ifya kubelenga belenga ifyabupuba.You mean you have nothing better to read. The issue here is of national interest but you want to bring petty personal issues.Ati possibly the best marriage in Lusaka. fool

  17. Sweet-B   November 27, 2012 at 10:12 am

    She is just hot men. most men admire her u know.

  18. Chibesa   November 27, 2012 at 10:34 am

    I see nothing wrong with what Dora Mutombeni is wearing…

  19. Ne   November 27, 2012 at 10:40 am

    what is wrong with the way she is dressed, people let us address serious issues not petty stuff, we have more important matters to address like developing the country, instead of focusing on her dress code why not focus on her developmental contributions.

  20. Mr wise   November 27, 2012 at 11:46 am

    ‘Zambians are damn primitive’-Janet c!!!when people request for a decent dress code they are trying to somehow normalize and re-align some brains to what OUR society demands and allow.Now,my question to u is,do u have proof that MPs take prostitutes to parley motel?or u are equally a client thats y u are advocating for that dress code.

  21. collins sakala   November 27, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    It appears most men are loosing their minds on Dora. Lets face it guys, Dora Siliya looks sweet and for that reason, guys want to cast mud on Dora and make her appear dirty but in fact, they seriously envy her and wish each of the men could take Dora to bed overnight! Jealousy men, leave Dora alone and us who appreciates how she looks continue to enjoy her sweet appearance, at least “the balloon type” is representing beautiful ones in Parliament.

    Viva Dora, hit them hard. “Dora you look better than most of the wives married to those men who hate you and therefore, are busy fabricating useless and worthless stories”!

    • Njekwa   November 27, 2012 at 2:21 pm

      Iwe Collins Sakala! There are dignified places that demand that you dress appropriately and Parliament is one of those. How she dresses when she is not Parliament is her business, but she should respect the Honourable House.