SATA AND PF HAVE FAILED TO RUN THE AFFAIRS OF ZAMBIA
Sata and his corrupt visionless PF government have failed this country Zambia.All these shortages is due to lack of planning by the regime itself .The regime is busy looting and stealing from the treasurey in the pretence of development .We have fuel shortages yet its not long ago when this Mad MAN donated millions of dollars worth of fuel to Malawi.Did he ever get that visit from the president of Malawi? No she shunned him .Today there is a fuel shortages ,apart from that we have a shortage of maize meal and poultry in the country .The hospitals are running out of water ,and the electricity firm failing to supply electricity through out the country .Sata and his hench men cant even calculate the basics .Its a shame that some people voted for him now they are feeling the affects as results of his lies .Sata said 90 days , yes its tuely indeed 90 days of poverty .Sata you cannot please our citizens by merely uttering stupidity or by just naming airports after people .Sort out your failing government.You have too many corrupt politicians , too many dancing queens you need to sort out your own mess.Clearly Sata is a sitting duck waiting to exit State house .Zambia needs new calibre leaders that will understand the need of our people and take action .Sata and Pf are clearly not the right people to run the affairs of Zambia. Am not surprised why he has already started building is house before other former presidents .Sata knows his time is up shame on you Mr President for being such a greed arrogant corrupt man that you are .People of Zambia vote wisely next time .This government has to go .
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