Power and Politics

Activist Chisebe calls for tolerance, coexistence among political parties


Ndola based governance and human rights activist, Noel Chisebe, has urged government and opposition political parties to co-exist and take the interest of Zambia first before their ego.

“The level of enmity that Zambians are witnessing is not good for our democracy as well as our vision for economy manifestation,” Chisebe noted.

He said in a statement on Friday that Zambia was too far bigger than any one individual Zambian adding that politics should not be fronted at the expense of unite and development.

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Chisebe argued that there was too much talking and finger pointing at the expense of work.

“I wish to advise the opposition political parties to avoid the temptation of condemning and demeaning everything that the government is doing because that is not the way to give checks and balances,” he stated.

Chisebe urged the opposition to applaud government when it did good things and point out wrong things in the spirit of one Zambia, one nation.

In same manner, he advised government to also give an open ear and listen to the things being raised for that was what it meant to be in leadership.

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