The picture that has enraged Zambians

Posted on Aug 14 2012 - 1:00am by Scoop Hunter

Zambians have roundly criticised Commerce and Trade deputy minister Richard Taima (left) and his Local Government and Housing counterpart Steve Masumba who were photographed gyrating with Congolese singer Fally Lupupa’s dancing queen at Mulungushi International Conference Centre last Friday Evening.

Zambians have roundly criticised Commerce and Trade deputy minister Richard Taima (left) and his Local Government and Housing counterpart Steve Masumba who were photographed gyrating with Congolese singer Fally Lupupa’s dancing queen at Mulungushi International Conference Centre

Zambians have roundly criticised Commerce and Trade deputy minister Richard Taima (left) and his Local Government and Housing counterpart Steve Masumba who were photographed gyrating with Congolese singer Fally Lupupa’s dancing queen at Mulungushi International Conference Centre

The two were seemingly celebrating their jobs in the government after being poached from the opposition.

One Zambia said “ :If these are the kind of ministers Sata wants in his cabinet from the MMD, Mumba should not spend any sleepless nights. These are good riddance, period! Just how any married man can make themselves available to dance with a Katangese whore in such a manner vexes me deeply.”

Peter Ngosa said :”These ministers should be fired. Are these the kind of behaviours our children should emulate from our leaders? If these guys won’t be disciplined, it will speak volumes about the morals and characters of the hiring authorities. We can’t have leaders doing dog-style with near-nude women in public. You don’t get popularity by engaging in indecent behaviour, but by doing things that will benefit the people.”

Another said “ What a shame and a disgrace to the nation. Look at Masumba! With his jacket tied around his waist, what sort of ministers appears in public dressed like that?I think the MMD have done well to start the process of distancing themselves from such dis-honourable characters. It also begs some questions on the PF leadership for bringing into their circles such characters and offering them ministerial positions.”

“A picture speaks a thousand words, and this one in particular says a lot about the moral level of these low life forms running our country.” Zambian watchdog