Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Kabimba says he's not PF SG by accident
By Roy Habaalu in Kaoma
Mon 22 July 2013, 14:01 CAT

WYNTER Kabimba says he is not PF secretary general by accident. Addressing party officials in Kaoma on Saturday, Kabimba, the PF secretary general said he posses rare leadership qualities that enabled him to execute his duties diligently.

"I am not SG (secretary general) by accident. I am able to tell when the party is strong and organised. I have the experience. I have the skills to gauge how the party is doing. Leadership responsibility is not easy. It's not in Heaven where God appoints people but in His infinity wisdom He knows how to appoint leaders," Kabimba said.

"We didn't win the 2011 elections by accident. It's because God wanted to liberate Zambians from the MMD's tribalism and corruption. It was a David and Goliath fight and most of you were shocked that we won. Bo namalyanga, bo namalikita (thieves) that's what MMD was, and God heard the cries of His people," he said.

Kabimba said party officials were the eyes of the party. He said the success of President Michael Sata and the government was dependent on party officials.

Kabimba said the PF had stopped exporting supporters to areas where election were taking place. He urged the officials to be exemplary and respectful to one another.

"No group of people will follow a leadership that's indisciplined. If you don't exhibit tolerance, humility and respect, people will not follow you. People would rather resolve to starve instead of following a bad leadership because as a good leader, you are the magnet of the community," he said.

Kabimba said party officials needed to work harder now than they did while in the opposition.

He said those that were not appointed into government should support those serving the people of Zambia in various departments.

Kabimba said those that were found undermining presidential appointees would be silently blacklisted in Lusaka.

He said those that wanted positions should show commitment to the party.

"It's an insult to undermine people appointed by His Excellency the President. Remain united and continue working hard. If we spend our energies fighting one another, we won't deliver. Our focus should be unity in the party and development in Western Province," said Kabimba.

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