OPEN LET­TER TO LUA­PULA MIN­IS­TER MR NICK­SON CHI­LANGWA

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Dear Hon. Chi­langwa, I WRITE as a Lua­pu­lahite whose bi­o­log­i­cal mother orig­i­nates from Chama Vil­lage, Chief Chama in Kawambwa, Pam­bashe Con­stituency.

Though I re­side in Lusaka, I have been fol­low­ing the de­vel­op­ment agenda of both Kawambwa and Mwense dis­tricts be­cause of my an­ces­tral con­nec­tions.

Above all, God did not make any mis­take at all to have me con­nected to Lua­pula Prov­ince.

Re­cently, we are see­ing po­lit­i­cal fa­nat­ics with an evil agenda of un­seat­ing you as Pa­tri­otic Front pro­vin­cial chair­man.

This agenda of fight­ing you with a view of re­mov­ing you from your po­si­tion is a satan-in­spired ploy to dis­credit you in the sight of the ap­point­ing author­ity - Pres­i­dent Edgar Chagwa Lungu.

At the con­flu­ence of this evil plan, a firm stand must be made by level-headed peo­ple from Lua­pula Prov­ince hence this mail.

Hon­ourable Min­is­ter Sir, Oliver Wen­dell Holmes once wrote “Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness, of ha­tred, of jeal­ousy, and, most eas­ily of all, the gate of fear.”

The peo­ple prop­a­gat­ing your re­moval are peo­ple who are puffed up with jeal­ousy and ha­tred.

Th­ese are peo­ple who are al­ler­gic to poverty and un­der-de­vel­op­ment and do not want peo­ple who have an ag­gres­sive de­vel­op­men­tal agenda.

The prin­ci­ple of “Deep calls unto deep” is at work as poverty men­tal­ity syn­drome is drag­ging them down like the grav­i­ta­tional force un­til they reach a point of no re­turn.

Hon­ourable, do not fo­cus on th­ese po­lit­i­cal lumpens who can­not read the cur­rent po­lit­i­cal en­vi­ron­ment.

They tried it in 2016 when they wanted to stop your adop­tion as Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment for Kawambwa Con­stituency.

I re­mem­ber very well when Kawambwa PF cen­tral con­stituency made the call at a meet­ing chaired by Kawambwa cen­tral con­stituency chair­per­son, John Chisanga (I do not know if he is still there be­cause I have no in­ter­est in those who want to pull down oth­ers so they can climb the lad­der fast) at­tended by six PF district of­fi­cials, eight ward chair­per­sons and rep­re­sen­ta­tives of 450 branches to stop your adop­tion and they failed lamentably.

The same po­lit­i­cal fa­nat­ics fight­ing you have failed at all lev­els of po­lit­i­cal dis­pen­sa­tion in this land and will never see any good in a per­son.

I had been mon­i­tor­ing the mas­sive de­vel­op­ment ac­tiv­i­ties from Chiengi through Mwense to Lunga district since Au­gust 2014.

The com­ing in of you as pro­vin­cial min­is­ter com­bined with Mr Ron­ald Chi­totela has brought enor­mous de­vel­op­ment in the prov­ince.

The Lua­pula Expo and In­vest­ment Con­fer­ence have yielded pos­i­tive re­sults and hats off to your lead­er­ship for you sin­gle-hand­edly or­gan­ised this great meet­ing.

I re­mem­ber vividly when PF Kawambwa cen­tral con­stituency in­for­ma­tion and pub­lic­ity sec­re­tary Cos­mas Nyemba (I do not know if he is still hold­ing the po­si­tion) stressed that there will be no 50 per cent plus one vote for Pres­i­dent Lungu if he does not with­draw the adop­tion of Mr Chi­langwa.

What re­ally hap­pened af­ter the elec­tions? You were adopted and His Ex­cel­lency Edgar Chagwa Lungu got more than 50+1 to the shame of th­ese po­lit­i­cal des­ti­tute­ness at play.

To you Sir, I ask you to con­tinue with the same zeal and hum­ble­ness as you serve the na­tion with the fear of the Lord.

Peo­ple will al­ways talk…. Some peo­ple are sim­ply agents of Lu­cifer with the de­monic agenda of PULL HIM DOWN SYN­DROME.

You can un­der­stand them from that level- Stone Age anal­y­sis!

Po­lit­i­cal of­fices en­tail one to be a ser­vant and not a boss. Stay fo­cused and let them talk. One of my favourite trade union­ist the late Fran­cis Kunda once quoted the words of An­thony Lic­cione “A fool is made more of a fool, when their mouth is more open than their mind.”

Let them open their mouths wide while you do the work. We will surely get back into Kawambwa to cam­paign for you pro­vided there is de­vel­op­ment in the land of our an­ces­tors.

Thank you for be­ing there for Zam­bia, it needs level headed lead­er­ship.

Yours faith­fully, Evan­ge­list Chishala Mpundu Mwaba

Lusaka.

Mr Chi­langwa

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