Akashambatwa Mbikusita-Lewanika
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SHAME!
THERE IS NO GOOD INTENTION, NO GOOD WILL, NO RESPECT, NO FRATERNITY, HERE.
NO DEVELOPMENT CAN COME THROUGH THOSE INSISTING ON CONTINUING TO IMPOSE THE SLAVE NAME ON BAROTSELAND.
NO TO THIS SLAVE NAME IMPOSED BY A DICTATOR HELL BENT ON DESTROYING OUR IDENTITY. A DOCTATOR WHO NEVER BELIEVED IN UNITY IN DIVERSITY. A DICTATOR WHO PUSHED FOR UNITY THROUGH REGIMENTATION. A DICTATOR WHO DID NOT RULE THROUGH CONSULTATION AND CONSENSUS.
PASI NA BO!!

5 COMMENTS

  1. The problem is not with dictator alone. The problem also is the Zambian character. They do not have the courage, Americans call it balls, to stand for what they believe in. They just follow what a leader at a particular time tells them without any analysis of the situation. It may now be late to stand up as some damage has already been done.

  2. MANY NAMES, INCLUDING THAT OF BAROTSELAND, WERE CHANGED AFTER INDEPENDENCE. CHIPATA WAS CALLED FORT JAMESON, MBALA WAS CALLED ABERCORN, KABWE WAS CALLED BROKEN HILL AND SO ON. NW RHODESIA UNITED WITH NE RHODESIA TO FORM NORTHERN RHODESIA BEFORE AKASHAMBATWA WAS BORN. IS HE SAYING THAT THE ELDERS WHO WERE THERE AND ACCEPTED THE CHANGES WERE FOOLISH? MOVE WITH THE TIMES!!

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