Evil cartel plot laid bare
THERE is a serious cartel of disgruntled opposition political parties with backing from some foreign organisations fanning confusion to instigate regime change in Zambia by consistently alleging corruption and mismanagement of national assets, Wright Musoma has said. Using some of its accomplices and members within the civil service, Mr. Musoma said, the opposition was determined to make the country ungovernable by inciting citizens to rise against Government through a well-calculated mudslinging campaign funded by foreign bodies. Mr Musoma who is the Zambia Republican Party (ZRP) president, said the civil service had been highly infiltrated by opposition elements which were determined to derail Government projects. He said developments such as the leaking of question papers few days before children sat for their exams must never be treated as an isolated incident as it was part of the mega rot in the system. He said while civil servants were supposed to execute their duties diligently and in a nonpartisan manner, the opposition had infiltrated the civil service by ensuring that its people were given influential positions to frustrate Government programmes. “Look at the leakage of exams. That was a clear case of people within the system trying to sabotage Government programmes to create unnecessary confusion. That was deliberate and it was done by people with opposition inclinations with the full backing of some foreign organisations. Their aim is to make this country ungovernable and instigate regime change. “Unfortunately, this is being treated as an isolated incident but this is just a tip of the iceberg as there is serious damage that has been caused by unpatriotic civil servants. Service provision in Government institutions has totally been compromised and this is well-calculated to make President Edgar Lungu and his Government villains,” Mr. Musoma said. He said he supported the purging out of all those civil servants who were creating confusion in service delivery because it was not only the PF as a political party which was suffering but the poor Zambians who were in dire need of development. “If people do not want to work, they must pave way for those eager to work. If people want to play partisan politics, they must resign from Government and join politics. Those who want to remain in the system while doing the opposite must be identified and flushed out. Most Government projects are suffering because those who are supposed to work are not doing anything.
The newly opened Soweto Market in Lusaka