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Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Linking Zambia (Rupiah Banda 2008)

You are already enjoying Michael Sata and Hakainde Hichilema websites, now its time for the Rupiah Banda website. The best must surely come last, for it is by far the most visual of the three. I hope to dig up something there for some blog discussions!

3 comments:

  1. Great website RB but this is the one with some awful truths on it...worth reading: http://kusilakwacobra.blogspot.com/

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  2. Sata's facts vs lies page is a laugh. Not very clever, I expected more after seeing Banda's website. Sata talks of all the wrongs he wants to right but never says how he wants to do this. Anyone could be president if the criteria was simply to want change and justice. It's not as simple as giving to the poor, it's a delicate balancing act and it takes years to bring ANY country to a middle-income standard. You need experience and knowledge. Banda's international relations and years of experience is very much needed.

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  3. Sata said many wrong things. "THERE ARE NO CLIMATIC EXCESSES AND NATURAL CALAMITIES LIKE EARTHQUAKES OR VIOLENT WINDS AND/OR FLOODS."
    We have no flooding in Zambia huh? But there was flooding in January destroying many bridges and cutting off the population in those areas from the others. People were displaced from their homes, others were stocking up because they didn't know when the next supplies would come. What an insult to the victims of the flooding. Sata said he was the gift that God had brought near to the people. What a shame using our lord's name like that, lifting himself up to a prophets level. I am ashamed for him. Choose me because God says so.

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