This time, take Mulongoti to court

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Dear Edi­tor,

I WISH to ap­peal to Pres­i­dent Lungu’s fam­ily mem­bers who have trav­elled from Pe­tauke to Lusaka to de­mand an apol­ogy from Mr Mike Mulongoti that the talk about the pres­i­dent’s na­tion­al­ity by Mr Mulongoti have been go­ing on for long time now.

Ac­tion is now needed, the English adage says ''AC­TIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS''

Mr Ledger Tembo, the del­e­ga­tion leader should im­me­di­ately take the mat­ter fur­ther and seek le­gal re­dress. Time for rhetoric should be over now, he who al­leges must prove.

My ad­vice to the Pres­i­dent's fam­ily is for them to en­gage com­pe­tent lawyers to pros­e­cute the mat­ter, be­cause there are some pow­er­ful car­tels be­hind the is­sue.

The car­tel have failed be­fore and they will fail again be­cause the prince of dark­ness will never con­quer the power of the Holy Spirit no mat­ter what the devil will do.

The ha­tred for the Pres­i­dent by the car­tel is so big that they have even gone to the ex­tent of twist­ing some of the words from the Pres­i­dent each time he speaks.

Shame on this car­tel. They have sank so low. This is what hap­pens when peo­ple run out of ideas.

This is what hap­pens when peo­ple think with in­stinct. This is what hap­pens when peo­ple are pos­sessed with demons.

Zam­bia is a Chris­tian na­tion and we will for­ever re­main as such.

DAVIE HARA, Lusaka.

Mr Mulongoti

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