Government Spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni has expressed disappointment in the planned door to door campaign by the civil society to oppose the fuel and maize subsidy removal. He described it as totally unnecessary and called on the civil society to find other ways of engaging government. Click here for the Full Story
Chief Government spokesperson, Kennedy Sakeni has said that Government is not ready to take former President Rupiah Banda case to parliament because the Government needs to put the facts together, adding that MPs cannot support the motion unless they are given convincing reasons as to why Mr Banda’s immunity should be lifted. [ Click here for the Full Story]
Chief Government Spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni has strongly reacted to the press conference held by opposition paties in johannesburg , south Africa, labelling it as a ‘paid for’ Press conference. Click here for the Full Story
CHIEF government spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni says police should always be non-partisan in the execution of their duties and he believes they are acting professionally.
Mr Sakeni said in a statement issued in Lusaka yesterday that police are mandated to be professional and non-partisan, adding that Government is certain that this is what is prevailing. Click Here for the Full Story