10 COMMENTS

  1. I do have some measure of respect for you for having actually resigned on account of your stand for integrity on issue of governance. No one can take this away from you.

    My advise is that this man and many others like him should be embraced and protected by the state because they do have valuable information which can help to settle many puzzles we have in our country.

    Currently it is evident that the war within PF will not spare him and others seen to be sell outs. The need to be wisely engaged with in order for this fight to be won. Sometimes you partner with a perceived wrong doer in order to capture the real criminals.

    These great reveals can put someone’s life at risk and it is a serious extended hand for partnership for the sake of the country to recover from the bunch of sophisticated criminals. Instead of being proud let us be listening carefully at what is being shared let’s be wise a take heed of what is being shared.

    I say give this man an olive brunch and let’s get moving on our way to recovery. I also suggest that you consider his protection it may become necessary.

    I commend you Amos for coming out in the open regardless of the backlash you may receive. However, it is healthy for you to correct some impressions that may have benn deliberately created against you. I for one and many others will keep an open mind.

  2. You could have made your position on such matters earlier but now I think its pointless. However may I say that your position was that of a State House Spokesperson but the way you are articulating issues It makes one feel that you had exceeded your responsibilities. You were not the one accountable to the people.

  3. You could have made your position on such matters earlier but now I think its pointless. However may I say that your position was that of a State House Spokesperson but the way you are articulating issues It makes one feel that you had exceeded your responsibilities. You were not the one accountable to the people. I think you have a problem of overrating yourself.

  4. Judas.

    Amos you were part of the rotten core, and you became very wealthy on the back of activities that resulted in disadvantaging the common citizen.

    If you have valuable information, make a deal with authorities so that you could be spared jail time provided you return all money you may have acquired shadily.

    Otherwise you will find yourself sharing the same jail cells as the very people you are now betraying.

  5. It is spelt MATE and it’s true you will support any hoodlum talking about Pf without even without proof since you are MATE……

  6. That Amos guy was fired because he got money from KCM, so let him not try to hoodwink the public and my advice to him is to stop laundering himself.

  7. The only difference you had with lungu was that he discovered you made money from kcm and also from the speed cameras deal with zindaba soko of which you thought he didn’t know so did not give him his share. So rather than be fired he gave you chance to resign to save face.

  8. Arrest the ka cap for breaching the State Secrets Act,arrest the ka chap for embezzling state coffers.Where can a mere civil servant with less than 5 years experience get money to buy a property in Kabulonga wayaya,Servile Road,Elm Road Woodlands,Farms and property in New Kasama?And some people are being moved by his crocdile tears

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