Letter: Who Is Keeping Pres. Lungu Away From The Masses?

#MyPersonalView “WE EXPECTED AN ADDRESS TODAY NOT PICTURES OF THE PRESIDENT.” Today Monday scores of Zambians were waiting to hear the Presidents’ voice either on radio or TV not to see pictures. To hear him sound the alarm in both … Continued

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#MyPersonalView “WE EXPECTED AN ADDRESS TODAY NOT PICTURES OF THE PRESIDENT.” Today Monday scores of Zambians were waiting to hear the Presidents’ voice either on radio or TV not to see pictures. To hear him sound the alarm in both sound and picture making sweeping changes not only to cabinet but to the wider overall management of the country. Structural reforms in agriculture and his posture against these things that have taken center stage such as Cholera and the Crying Traders, Labour Matters, Army Worms and Corruption Allegations. But fortunately for those appointed, which ever wisdom he used to appoint the same, is a debate for another day. But the President saliently did that behind closed doors, subjecting every Zambian to wait for ZNBC news to hear his voice probably in a less than two minute clip. My honest opinion is the President has yet again missed a mouth watering opportunity not only to address the nation but to make popular decisions. A President elected on a popular majority of 50percent + 1 must from time to time identify with the popular majority. For me the President has been insulated from reality and his party-PF. My most immediate humble advise to the Presidential handlers is that they must not delink the President from the party which is the reason he is President. He is a politician and much of the reason why our former President Rupiah Banda lost in 2011 is because he lost touch with the party-MMD as according to Dickson Jere. RUPIAH BANDA was made too busy with the presidency and party matters he delegated. The President is not a private individual but he is a partisan politician and PF concerns must form part of his top agenda items. The level of discontent among PF youths is increasingly supposed to be of his concern and every time the President gets an opportunity to address the nation he mustn’t shy away from those glaring realities. At the rate at which we are moving I may need to agree with PF Die Hard Maxwell Chongu that there is urgent need for political reforms in the country otherwise I fear for myself. I wonder sometimes does the President hear us, what mode of communication can someone use surely? First lady Esther Lungu and Tasila Lungu please help us. Who is failing our humble leader, is it the INTELLIGENCE or the walls at STATE HOUSE? There is no where to hide, you jump on a taxi or a bus, everyone is complaining. In the hospitals and market places, people have missed their President and they don’t see or hear him directly unless through others. They miss their humble and poor President who lived among us. WHERE IS OUR PRESIDENT? Prince Ndoyi MMD Youth The post Letter: Who Is Keeping Pres. Lungu Away From The Masses? appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Morocco Consolidates Its Position As Spain’s Main Supplier of Fruits & Vegetables in 2017 (Spanish Federation)

[MAP] Madrid -Morocco consolidated its position as Spain’s main supplier of fruits and vegetables in 2017, with exports worth 462.3 million Euros until last October, said the Spanish Federation of Associations of Producers and Exporters of Fruits, Vege…

[MAP] Madrid -Morocco consolidated its position as Spain's main supplier of fruits and vegetables in 2017, with exports worth 462.3 million Euros until last October, said the Spanish Federation of Associations of Producers and Exporters of Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers and Live Plants (FEPEX).

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Malawi Wants to Benefit From Morocco’s Experience in Transport Sector

[MAP] Rabat -Malawi’s minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Emmanuel Fabiano, expressed hope to benefit from the Moroccan experience in the sector of transport.

[MAP] Rabat -Malawi's minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Emmanuel Fabiano, expressed hope to benefit from the Moroccan experience in the sector of transport.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Morocco & Malawi Committed to Strengthening Bilateral Cooperation in Agriculture

[MAP] Rabat -Secretary of state for Rural Development, Water and Forests Hamou Ouhelli held, Monday, talks with Malawian minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Emmanuel Fabiano, on means to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the field of agricul…

[MAP] Rabat -Secretary of state for Rural Development, Water and Forests Hamou Ouhelli held, Monday, talks with Malawian minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Emmanuel Fabiano, on means to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the field of agriculture.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Teachers Should Develop a Loving Spirit Towards Pupils’

[Cameroon Tribune] The first responsibility is in the hands of parents of school children. They have the responsibility to provide the necessary school needs for them such as, didactic materials, nutrition and complete school uniforms. They should be a…

[Cameroon Tribune] The first responsibility is in the hands of parents of school children. They have the responsibility to provide the necessary school needs for them such as, didactic materials, nutrition and complete school uniforms. They should be available to offer psychological preparedness and of course to pray together with them before the kick off for the second term of the academic year given that with God, all things are possible. Teachers come in the second position. They should by all acceptable means, develop a

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

El Guergarat Crisis – Morocco Against Dispatching UN Mission

[SPS] New York -Morocco had strongly opposed the United Nations’ request to dispatch a technical mission to El Guergarat to examine ways to resolve the crisis in this buffer zone in the south of Western Sahara, The Polisario Front told APS on Saturday.

[SPS] New York -Morocco had strongly opposed the United Nations' request to dispatch a technical mission to El Guergarat to examine ways to resolve the crisis in this buffer zone in the south of Western Sahara, The Polisario Front told APS on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

President of Republic Receives Reply From UN Secretary-General

[SPS] Shaheed El-Hafed -The President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, received on Saturday a reply from Mr. Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, in which he indicated that Polisario Front h…

[SPS] Shaheed El-Hafed -The President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, received on Saturday a reply from Mr. Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, in which he indicated that Polisario Front had responded positively to his intention to send a technical mission to the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Western Sahara

Exports the Salvation for Zim Economy – RBZ

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE’s economic problems are largely a function of production deficiencies, which require the country to exploit the current pro-business environment to increase productivity for export growth and economic turnaround, central bank gove…

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE's economic problems are largely a function of production deficiencies, which require the country to exploit the current pro-business environment to increase productivity for export growth and economic turnaround, central bank governor Dr John Mangudya said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe