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Its no wonder reading an article like this because our Government water the seed of tribalism(which has be mordenized here as provincalim).Is the important issue not chossing the Right people to handle the right job at the right time, nomatter where they are comming from the country???.
Can the government continue to habour and condone with People like the mayor who thinks this way?.
I see that ought not to be seen in the Tomb if our government continues with such practices.

Ma Mary

In a polity full of boot lickers, this Mayor is in a class of his own. He said what no one else said, including a reference to the former governor who screwed up at the UB. Mr Mayor, may you have very greasy elbows! May your enemies slip and fall on the grease and smash their occiputs. Even John Fru Ndi does not speak truth to power like this.


I do not find your point here plausible enough.If you followed the report well you'd have understood that the mayor was not speaking against the appointment of Mr Eyeya Zanga as Governor of the SW nor was he against whoever had been appointed anywhere. Infact he had warm words for the new Governor and the outgone one despite the latter's mishandling of the crises that led to loss of precious life at UB.

Felix, brother,Mr Mbella like any right thinking citizen is just expressing his disappointment with and expectations from the government that has systematically marginalised his province. If Mr Mbella as the elected rep of the people doesn't speak for them who else would? You make me think you have the kind of Fru Ndi mentality that anybody who disagrees with the status quo in a given circle should be hanged.
Good day.


We can only commend the Mayor for speaking his mind as showing things as they exactly are. Hopefully others (not only Mayors) will follow his cue and ensure those in charge sit up and serve the people - as it is meant to be. There is nothing wrong asking for what we are all due, each and everyone the freedom and rights enjoyed by a selected few. There is nothing tribalistic about what the Mayor had to say, he just drove home a few truths which others may sheik away from.

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