Tuesday, 24 May 2011

ZAMBIAN MAIN OPPOSITION P.F LEADER MICHAEL SATA DECLARES THAT THE RULING PARTY IN WESTERN PROVINCE IS WEAK AND ABOUT TO BE FINISHED

OPPOSITION PATRIOTIC FRONT LEADER MICHAEL SATA HAS DECLARED THAT THE RULING MOVEMENT FOR MULTI-PARTY DEMOCRACY IN WESTERN PROVINCE IS BECOMING WEAK AND ABOUT TO BE FINISHED WHEN THE PF COMPLETES IT WORK IN THE PROVINCE.
SPEAKING AN INTERVIEW WITH JOURNALISTS BEFORE DEPARTURE BACK TO LUSAKA AFTER HOLDING TWO RALLIES ONE IN MONGU AND THE OTHER IN SENANGA OVER THE WEEKEND MR. SATA SAID THE MMD WILL NOT MANAGE THIS TIME TO SWINDLE THE ZAMBIANS OUT OF THEIR VOTES BECAUSE PEOPLE HAVE MADE UP THEIR MINDS FOR THE NEED TO CHANGE GOVERNMENT.
MR SATA WHO ACCUSED THE RULING PARTY OF TRYING TO DIVERT THE ATTENTION OF POLITICIANS DISCUSSING ISSUES OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE WHICH ARE AFFECTING PEOPLE TO PET STATED THAT THE SIGNS OF THE RULING PARTY EXISTING GOVERNMENT ARE BEING WRITTEN CLEARLY ADDING THAT THEY SHOULD START PARKING.
HE SAYS THE RULING PARTY IS BLIND TO THE FACT THAT THE PATRIOTIC FRONT HAS MADE GREAT STRIDES IN WESTERN PROVINCE WHERE IT ALMOST NEVER HAD STRUCTURES TO TALK ABOUT AND THE MOVEMENT FOR MULTI-PARTY DEMOCRACY HAS BEEN CLAIMING TO BE POPULAR.
published by augustine

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