Tutwa Ngulube Appeals Decision To Drop Him As PF DC Chair

Kabwe lawyer Tutwa Ngulube says he will challenge the decision by PF Secretary General Davies Mwila to drop him as chairperson of the disciplinary committee. BELOW IS TUTWA NGULUBE’S STATEMENT TUTWA RESPONDS TO HIS DISMISSAL AS AS OF LAWYER, APPEALS … Continued

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Kabwe lawyer Tutwa Ngulube says he will challenge the decision by PF Secretary General Davies Mwila to drop him as chairperson of the disciplinary committee. BELOW IS TUTWA NGULUBE’S STATEMENT TUTWA RESPONDS TO HIS DISMISSAL AS AS OF LAWYER, APPEALS DECISION TO CENTRAL COMMITTEE AND ECL Tutwa Responds MY OFFICIAL RESPONSE TO THE ZNBC NEWS ABOUT TUTWA NGULUBE Ladies and gentlemen, friends and relatives,allow me to quickly respond to your several inquiries about that news on znbc regarding my “dropping”. I have learnt from friends and family that the Secretary General has issued a media statement regarding my representation of the Party and the Mazhandu family bus company. Mazhandu family bus company has not and never been in court with the party which is my employer but with RTSA a public body that has nothing to do with the PF my employer. As a qualified lawyer of 10 years standing at the bar and 13 years experience my training is that I must be fearless and independent in my professional judgment and career. I am not and have never been served with any official correspondence or complaint from the Party whether they were unhappy with my association with the Mazhandu Family bus company a company that has been in existence even before I was born. A lawyer shall not be intimidated or condemned for the choice he makes as regards his clients and friends. A lawyer should be ready to defend his ethics and client without fear of punishment or condemnation as I did. Moreover, Mazhandu as a company did not cause the accident t but one of their drivers and the bus, which was insured. Nevertheless, as a senior member of the party I was not informed of the decision made by the Secretary General of the party whom I have only worked with for a short period of time until I heard it from the media. That as it may be, I pledge my total loyalty and support to the Republican and party president and thank him for according me the honour to serve the party and the nation at the highest levels. I am extremely grateful to his Excellency for the exposure he accorded me to head the legal department of the party and to handle not only huge but sensitive matters against the party and mostly against him, most of which I concluded with talent skill and zeal in his favour. I am still a member of Parliament for the KABWE central constituency and member of the Ruling party. In line with the party constitution and section 26A of the employment Act, I will appeal the said decision to the Republican president and the Central committee. For now I will respect the decision of the Secretary General and await the outcome of the Central committee. Kind regards. HON. TUTWA SANDANI NGULUBE (MP) LEGAL COUNSEL PATRIOT FRONT PARTY ZAMBIA. The post Tutwa Ngulube Appeals Decision To Drop Him As PF DC Chair appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Letter: Pres. Lungu Should Not Plunge Zambia Into Chaos

Editor, The first time I witnessed police incompetence was in 1986 in Ndola when Zambians rejected Kaunda’s demonic, despotic régime. During those riots the police where impotent to intervene. We have less than 50000 police officers in Zambia, against a … Continued

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Editor, The first time I witnessed police incompetence was in 1986 in Ndola when Zambians rejected Kaunda’s demonic, despotic régime. During those riots the police where impotent to intervene. We have less than 50000 police officers in Zambia, against a population of 15 million citizens. The Zambia police force have the capacity to arrest HH urinate on his bed steal his money and food. However we know that they have no capacity to contain Zambians when they erupt as they did in 1986 and last year when ritual killings where rife. President Lungu should not plunge our nation into chaos just to score a few cheap political scores. The difference between us and animals is our humanity, our decency our love and care for others. Release HH let him go home to his wife and children he has suffered enough. Find it in your allegedly Christian hearts to have love mercy and compassion even for those you hate the most. No one stays in state house forever. Through your tyranny you have left destruction and pain in your wake. My brother and comrade Fred Mmembe has been forced into exile by this brutal and merciless regime, depriving him of the comfort of his home and family. If Zambians dont stand up to this dangerous and brutal régime. Not too long from today our children in rags, on the the brink of death and starving will stand on our graves in chains and demand to know why we didn’t stand up to a tyrant who has now made them slaves in their mother land? By Waziona Nkhwekwe Chirwa The post Letter: Pres. Lungu Should Not Plunge Zambia Into Chaos appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Magufuli Has Tied His Legacy to Infrastructures

[Citizen] While launching the Dar es Salaam-Morogoro SGR line project, on the day Tanzanians remembered the passing of its former prime ministers, Edward Moringe Sokoine who perished in a road accident in 1984, President John Magufuli left no doubt, on…

[Citizen] While launching the Dar es Salaam-Morogoro SGR line project, on the day Tanzanians remembered the passing of its former prime ministers, Edward Moringe Sokoine who perished in a road accident in 1984, President John Magufuli left no doubt, once again as to where his vision of the future of the country lies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Are South Africa’s Jacob Zuma Days Numbered?

[Monitor] April 18 is a make or break day for South Africa’s embattled president Jacob Zuma who will in two days’ time face a hostile parliament, many of whose members are determined to put an end to his mediocre leadership of Africa’s economic giant, …

[Monitor] April 18 is a make or break day for South Africa's embattled president Jacob Zuma who will in two days' time face a hostile parliament, many of whose members are determined to put an end to his mediocre leadership of Africa's economic giant, never mind Nigeria's false claim that her economy is the largest on the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Traumatised Baby Chimps Find Love in Guinea Sanctuary

[RFI] The Chimpanzee Conservation Centre in Guinea is a sanctuary for orphaned chimps rescued from poachers, sometimes in the most tragic circumstances. Years are spent to help them overcome the psychological trauma of violent separation from their mot…

[RFI] The Chimpanzee Conservation Centre in Guinea is a sanctuary for orphaned chimps rescued from poachers, sometimes in the most tragic circumstances. Years are spent to help them overcome the psychological trauma of violent separation from their mothers. Some of them never do. The stronger ones are released in the wild after at least 10 years of care.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea

Five Killed in Sudan State Blast

[East African] At least five people were killed and several others injured in a blast in El-Obeid, the capital of Sudan’s North Kordofan State, eyewitnesses said.

[East African] At least five people were killed and several others injured in a blast in El-Obeid, the capital of Sudan's North Kordofan State, eyewitnesses said.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Writers Workshop Held in Bagamoyo

[East African] “I think all three things are concerned with telling a story, there’s never a point where I have to think of photography, filmmaking and writing in different ways.

[East African] "I think all three things are concerned with telling a story, there's never a point where I have to think of photography, filmmaking and writing in different ways.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Thimlich Ohinga, the Unique 600-Year Old Site

[East African] Thimlich Ohinga, an archaeological site in Migori County some 180km southwest of Kisumu City, is an important historical landmark in East Africa but is barely known beyond the immediate vicinity.

[East African] Thimlich Ohinga, an archaeological site in Migori County some 180km southwest of Kisumu City, is an important historical landmark in East Africa but is barely known beyond the immediate vicinity.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya