BA UPND STOP HABIT OF ARRESTING THE OPPOSITION – MSONI

PRESIDENT MSONI CAUTIONS GOVERNMENT ON THE SUSTAINED CULTURE OF ARRESTING OPPOSITION MEMBERS

The sustained culture of arresting opponents will undoubtedly have the reverse effect on the democratic credentials of government.

The key features of any functional democracy is tolerance and exercising maximum restraint. At this rate there is the obvious danger that we are losing democratic credentials.

It is a troubling development to have nearly the entire opposition members indicted for various offenses. It is legitimate for the opposition in a democracy to offer credible checks and balances without the fear of being arrested.

In a nutshell it is prudent for all of us to maintain sobriety and cool-heads in promoting national unity and reconciliation.
Issued:
Nasson Msoni
President
All peoples Congress (APC)

3 COMMENTS

    • Exactly the point. How many times has Msoni been arrested and if none why?

      By the way, it is shameful to call some individuals with only their buttocks following them as leaders.

  1. Ba Msoni Tata, teach your “so called” presidents to have respect for others at least. You do not gain anything by insulting the UPND or the President in the name of checks and balances. This is unchristian in the first place. I wonder how many people will enter heaven if we can disrespect our leaders chosen by God. That is what the bible says leadership is given by God. Traditionally, any person occupying any leadership position is above you and deserves respect no matter whether that person is young to you – give respect to the office that person occupies. Also socially your rights ends where my rights begins. You can not be the only person with absolute rights to the extent that you ignore other peoples’ rights. If you do like wise then the law will follow you. Please stop crying after you are the one who has disturbed the wasps’ nest and you get stung by a bee. That is the case of the “so called” Opposition leaders.

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