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Handlers misleading HH – Bishop Mambo – as he says ZESCO is not being truthful on load shedding because some areas are experiences prolonged power outages

“At this rate, the President might just be crucified for something he did not do just because his handlers are not doing the right thing,” Bishop Mambo said.

Meanwhile, the cleric said the recent action by Mr Ncube to take the blame for the ongoing load shedding was a bold and magnanimous move, which those in leadership should emulate.

Bishop Mambo said in future, leaders and those in influential positions should resign on principle for misleading authorities like the Head of State on serious matters like load shedding.

He said Mr Ncube’s bold move is an indication that those around the presidency were not being truthful to the Head of State and were giving him half-baked information.

“For me, my suggestion is that such individuals should resign on principle because the issue at hand is not a small issue and should not be treated with kid’s gloves,” he said.

Bishop Mambo said in other countries, giving misleading information to authorities was treasonous.

Meanwhile, Bishop Mambo said Zesco was not being truthful about load management because some places had continued experiencing prolonged power outages.

Bishop Mambo indicated that places like Mandevu had no power for the past one week despite Zesco indicating that the all areas would experience load shedding in six-hour intervals.

He said it was unfortunate that Zesco was not considering the livelihoods of people, especially those in peri-uban areas who could not afford to buy power back-up generators.

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