Please, bring proof of corruption or shut up
Dear Editor, CORRUPTION. corruption, corruption! It has almost become a signature tune for our opposition such that all they see is corruption from the roads that they use right into their toilets.
A day hardly passes without hearing one opposition leader barking about corruption merely to acquire cut-rate attention-at least so it seems.
But President Lungu has made it plainly clear to all those with evidence of corruption to put it on the table for ACC and other security wings of government to see and take action.
But merely to scream about corruption daily will not help anyone.
Please bring proof otherwise just rest your mandibles and let people work freely. This is one song which has bored many of us to the soul.
Who does not know how easy it is to become a lounger critic even when there is hardly any need?
And what is more mind-numbing is that the accusations are coming from the same predictable sources who have axes to grind with the current government for reasons only themselves know.
Like yesterday, Dr Nevers Mumba, in his choice newspaper (MAST) claims that President Lungu is in the driving seat of corruption.
Surely ba pastor? If you are truly a man of God what does the Bible tell you about judging others?
Often times it is people with logs in their eyes who are quick to jump to wrong decisions and begin to point at logs in other people’s eyes so that they can securely conceal their skeletons in the cupboards.
Don’t they say that the best form of defence is to attack? This explains why many of our so-called opposition leaders just love to attack those in government so that they can carry on with their corruption activities in secrecy. And it can be anywhere including the church.
It is this kind of work by our opposition which is making them totally immaterial to the country.
I am sure even when they retire to their beds, it is corruption they dream of and the people who to accuse.
Please, once again and in the name of Holy Moses, if you do not have proof of corruption rest your lips. It is no longer news. You are simply boring us.
Josiah Soko, Salima Road,
Matero in Lusaka.