Why is Lungu the Molongoti Question Pending?

Lungu3Who is Edgar Chagwa Lungu? Where is his home village in Zambia? Is Lungu really a Zambian? Where does Lungu get his Authoritarian characteristics? Does Lungu’s behaviours and character fit into the Zambian norm of a behaviours?

Mike Mulongoiti has asked a pertinent question about Edgar Changwa Lungu. Surprisingly from the ever loud and clear passionate defenders of Lungu, on this one they all have been quiet, very very quiet. Sunday Chanda, Amos Chnada, Kaizer Zulu, Dora Siliya, Stephen Kampyongo, Bowman Lusambo. Their silence is irrevocably  deafening. Even from the Lungu’s closest clones and the entire cabinet fraternity, why is this so? Could it be that there is some truth in the Mulongoti questions? Why is even the Public Protector so quiet and indeed even the number vuvuzela Mumbi Phiri so quiet? We shall keep asking this pertinent question? We are sure though that part of the answer comes from Alvaro Vargas Llosa, a renowned writer and author as below.

Authoritarian Fatal Attraction

With many liberal democracies experiencing leadership crises, confused about their beliefs, identities and roles in the world, and less invested in the values that made them what they are today, authoritarian models of governing attract many people. They seem to work. But do they?

The facts point elsewhere. The world’s liberal democracies, based on rule of law and market economies,have been far-more successful than the authoritarian regimes.

Authoritarianism does not constitute a “model” because it does not rest on a set of values. It rests on a set of malignant practices whose aim is to maintain power in the hands of an anointed few.

The World Cup, I must say, was very well organised by its Russian hosts—because if there’s one thing authoritarians do well it’s organise the lives of others. But organisation and freedom are not the same.

If authoritarianism is a model it’s a flawed one. Those now under its spell need to understand the price they pay.

Alvaro Vargas Llosa 

Senior Fellow at The Center on Global Prosperity a

Its clear now to most that Lungu is actually a clear known authoritarian

Be a Better informed Zambian


2 Comments on “Eastern Province Chiefs Refuse to ban UPND.”

  1. Maambo
    June 9, 2017 at 11:50 pm #

    It s unfortunate that the people who call others tribalist, are hypocrites. They themselves are real tribalist.

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  2. OneNation
    June 11, 2017 at 8:13 pm #

    Unlike Chiefs from other regions, the Eastern Chiefs have responded to this nonsense in very clear terms. One would have hoped other Chiefs would have also reprimanded their subjects when they spewed nonsense and all the mess we are in now would have been avoided. But do not add your stuff ba Watchdog – did Senior Chief Nzamane refer to the President in his reprimand of Edwin Sakala?

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