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Wrong Nevers Mumba?

Ambassador Nevers Mumba Sekwila

High Commissioner

Zambia

Zambia

Background Information

Employment History

President

Zambia

Vice President

Zambia

President

Reform Party

President

Movement for Multiparty Democracy

President

MMD

President

Mwanawasa

Vice President

Nevers Mumba

Partner

Vermont Energy Education Program

President

National Citizens Coalition

Dean

Canada. Apart

Affiliations

Founder
Reform Party

National Secretary
Movement for Multiparty Democracy

Founder
National Citizens Coalition

Education

Associate Theology Degree

Christ

Honorary Doctoral Degree

International Seminary

Masters Degree
Public Policy
Regent University

Web References (200 Total References)


High Commission of the Republic of Zambia in Canada

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DEPARTURE OF HIGH COMMISSIONER, DR. NEVERS S. MUMBA

The High Commission of the Republic of Zambia wishes to inform our guests to the website that Dr. Nevers S. Mumba is no longer the High Commissioner and that he completed his tour of duty and travelled to Zambia on 6th December 2011.


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Home > News > God ordained Nevers Mumba, Not RB, to rule Zambia-Prophet

God ordained Nevers Mumba, Not RB, to rule Zambia-Prophet
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Dr. Emmanuel Kure says former Vice president and current ambassador to Canada Nevers Mumba was the man God had ordained to take over when Levy Mwanawasa died but that Mumba was too busy with things of this world.
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Nevers Mumba didn't listen to God
Nevers Mumba didn't listen to God
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Kure however said Nevers Mumba lost the opportunity for good.
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56 Comments on "God ordained Nevers Mumba, Not RB, to rule Zambia-Prophet"
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But when Prophet Kure says that:-"God ordained Nevers Mumba, Not RB, to rule Zambia", I start having problems with these men of GOD. The Prophet says President Rupiah Banda is a bridge put in by GOD because Nevers Mumba erred.
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That Nevers Mumba you speak about is a traitor who has never stood for the truth since his joining of politics. He deluded his followers when he was offered a job by the very government he wanted to hound from power. Mr. "prophet", we rebuke your so called prophecy in the name of Jesus! GO BACK TO NIGERIA!
Nonsowrote on 14 September, 2009, 14:27
Does this man of God know when and why Nevers was removed? Why did God not intervene for His anointed one? Does Kure really know Nevers?
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This is the same thing with this "prophet" now predicting that Nevers should have been president instead of Rupiah. I don't like Rupiah being president he is a lesser evil compared to a hypocrite like Mumba! So before this "prophet" does his guess work or daydreaming, let him know and respect the integrity of Zambians. Go back to Nigeriaooooh
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Therefore our lord could not have ordained Mumba and not put him on the throne.
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But if the man is a false prophet, Nevers as a citizen of Zambia still has a chance of being elected President of Zambia by the people of Zambia.
The only advice to Nevers is to reconcile himself to the people of Zambia (what that means).


Nevers Mumba | Elias Munshya LLB (Hons)., MA., M.Div.

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Tag Archives: Nevers Mumba

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Nevers Mumba could not have come up with any magic to change the declining fortunes of the MMD within 3 or 5 years.
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Give Mumba a chance.
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For now, we await the formation of a party of Mulusa, Muhabi Lungu and RB because Nevers Mumba is likely to win the court case.
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If the MMD is not happy with Nevers, wait for the general conference and vote him out fairly. Not this game. If Nevers is being disrespected because he is a former pastor, then we all who are connected to churches should be very concerned. You killed MMD. You stole using MMD. You did all sorts of wrong using the name of the party, and now that you wanted someone to lead you you went begging to Nevers and you elected him overwhelmingly. It is shocking that you want to kick him out and bring back the very guy who made MMD to lose in 2011. Ninshi? Sata afwa and Rupiah Banda feels like he can bounce back?
I do love Rupiah Banda. He is a very kind old man. He looks to be very humorous. He is a statesman. He has respect all over the world.
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There is no evidence to suggest that Nevers Mumba had, two weeks ago, approved of the action by MMD party cadres to sing lyrics mocking the disability of Hon. Nickson Chilangwa.
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In this article, I make no such allegation against Mumba.
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Mumba was addressing a political rally in Luapula Province when this happened.
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In responding to the cadres' behaviour, Chilangwa expressed regret that Mumba could allow such terrible scorn at a political meeting.
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This week, MMD Secretary Muhabi Lungu exonerated his boss, stating that Mumba is of such good character that he could not possibly have mocked a Zambian based on their disability.
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The people Mulusa seems to have joined in fighting Nevers Mumba have played him. I seem to get Mulusa's argument. He believes in the potential and greatness of the MMD. He believes that the party can do better but cannot do so as long as Nevers Mumba continues to be at its helm. However, this message of his love for the MMD now has been overshadowed by the fact that the other rebels are alleged to have had secret meetings with State House and with senior Patriotic Front leaders.
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The timing is not right for Hon. Mulusa to lead a rebellion against Nevers Mumba.
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However, the solution to these problems does not lie with fighting Nevers Mumba but with working with Nevers Mumba. Any MMD member who wishes to see the MMD rise again should try to work with Nevers and supplement his weaknesses. This is exactly what Muhabi is doing. To see Mulusa begin fighting Muhabi does not make sense. Some Zambians could as well ask, Muhabi we know, what about this new guy? Is he "a John come lately"
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Additionally, Mulusa alleges that since Nevers is not that popular in the North this should be the reason to leave the MMD presidency.
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Nevers Mumba is MMD president because he went to the convention and overwhelmingly beat his rivals. Those elections matter just like any other elections do matter. To claim that Nevers has never won an election when the guy had just beaten five other contestants in 2012 does not help Mulusa with his argument at all.
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Take it easy and fight for the people of Zambia instead of fighting Nevers Mumba.
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Many Zambians do not believe that Nevers Mumba is the greatest of their problems. The greatest problems for Zambia are things such as the value of the Kwacha, out of control inflation, the stolen constitution and corruption perpetrated by the party in power. That being the case, the perception that it is the Patriotic Front sponsoring the anti-Nevers campaign in the MMD does not augur well at all. Nevers and the MMD needed an enemy to fight, and they have just been given that punching bag - the so-called anti-Nevers group. They will now use these anti-Nevers individuals as whipping boys (and girl) for the broader campaign to highlight the misdeeds of the Patriotic Front. This message might resonate with Zambians and entrench Nevers in the minds of many Zambians even deeper.
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The Temptation of Nevers Sekwila Mumba (Part IV): Battle for the Soul of the MMD
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According to Honourable Lucky Mulusa, Nevers was elected and given some "performance deliverables" which he has failed to achieve. Since Mulusa wants to run politics like a business he feels that a manager who does not deliver the "deliverables" should be fired. I wonder, though, whether Mulusa and his group have the power to fire Nevers.
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Some are claiming that Nevers has failed as a politician to keep the MMD seats in parliament. I sympathise with this group a great deal. I have no doubt that they mean well, but choose not to evaluate Zambia's political trends. In many ways Nevers' temperament does not help him much. He appears pompous, aloof and politically out-of-touch.
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Could Nevers have provided some magic to turn around the fortunes of the MMD and provide an alternative to Sata in the North and Luapula?
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That being the case, it is ridiculous to begin firing Nevers now, for perceptions that he had no responsibility creating.
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Nevers is trying to fashion the MMD in his image too. I trust his judgment to have Muhabi Lungu as National Secretary.
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Indeed they would be welcome in PF if Nevers wallops them again at the convention. And he is likely to do so.
The same people that destroyed the MMD are now turning back and blaming Nevers for this. In Milenge we have a saying for this: Nevers balemushinga amala ya mbushi. Other people destroy the MMD, they eat from the table of corruption and then they turn back and smear goat offals on Nevers so that they can say, it is Nevers responsible for the demise of the MMD!
But is he?
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The Temptation of Nevers Sekwila Mumba (Part II): A Turbulent Vice-President
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Nevers Mumba 2 To put Mwanawasa's sentiments in perspective it is important to begin from where it all started. When Mwanawasa assumed power, he came to a country that was deeply divided.
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Nevers had been attractive to Mwanawasa for several reasons. First, he had long campaigned against Chiluba's corruption. Starting from the 1997 formation of the NCC it had been a political aim of Nevers' to bring to light the misdeeds of the Chiluba administration. Faced with possibilities of a prolonged fight against corruption, Mwanawasa needed a good partner for a Veep whom he could rely on in tough times.
Secondly, Nevers was attractive to Mwanawasa because he was considered an outsider. Lacking any genuine political base, Levy had somehow believed that Nevers would be personally loyal to him.
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As an outsider with no political clout, Nevers Mumba would be a good candidate for Vice-President.
Thirdly, Nevers was attractive due to his tribe. When Mwanawasa came into power it was not long before the Bemba political aristocracy got concerned at his lack of regard for the Bemba hegemony.
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That Bemba vice-president was going to be Nevers Mumba a native of Chinsali.
At the time Nevers was assuming the Vice-Presidency in 2003, He was basically destitute. He statutorily declared a house in Texas to be his only meaningful asset. He owed a mortgage of thousands of dollars on that house. The only other asset was Chishimba Farm in Chinsali. Among other sources of income, Nevers had declared was "honoraria he receives when he speaks in conventions overseas."
How Nevers got himself to this destitute situation has been explained in a previous article. Suffice to mention here that when Nevers entered politics in 1997, he had lost everything by 2001. Chiluba squeezed any value out of Never


MMD senior party officials who have ...

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MMD senior party officials who have passed a vote of no confidence in party president, Nevers Mumba have hinted that their party may go into extinction if the former tele-evangelist remains at the helm of the former ruling party. Dr Mumba's stay at the helm of the party has been turbulent since he took over from past immediate republican President Rupiah Banda who retired from active politics after an undisputable electoral defeat to President Sata. The feuds in the MMD started with former Mafinga MP Catherine Namugala and former national secretary Major Richard Kachingwe respectively who openly refusiedto acknowledge Dr Mumba's leadership.

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The other notable dispute in the former ruling party was one involving Dr Mumba and Ms Namugala which resulted into the latter who was national chairperson for women being expelled from the party.
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Ms Namugala who was expelled for gross misconduct after openly critising Dr Mumba in the media has challenged her expulsion in court.
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And now the latest feud is between Dr Mumba and senior national executive committee (NEC) officials including vice presidents Dr Chituwo ( administration) and Michael Kaingu in-charge of political affairs.
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However, Dr Mumba, who is at the centre of controversy and has lost the support of senior officials, claims the MMD was intact. He has accused the PF of destabilising his party.
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Mr Mfula urged Dr Mumba against blaming the PF but should rather attend to concerns MMD members were raising.
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Dr Mumba held a press briefing where he accused PF of sponsoring meetings to derail the MMD. This plan according to Dr Mumba involves the sponsoring of MMD members and other people to destabilise and cause confusion in his party. Senior MMD officials have dismissed these assertions.
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The leadership controversy surrounding Dr Mumba is historical. It dates back to 2005 when the MMD NEC expelled him after he differed with President Mwanawasa. Despite succeeding former President Banda, some MMD members still consider Dr Mumba an 'outsider' only interested to use the party to achieve his presidential ambitions. Dr Mumba first joined MMD when former President Levy Mwanawasa appointed him vice president in May 2003 after he ditched his National Citizens Coalition (NCC). His appointment, was however short-lived as he was fired on October 4, 2004, and was expelled from MMD in 2005 after which he formed the Reform Party. Before his appointment as Vice-President, Dr Mumba was among presidential candidates in the 2001 general election which Mr Mwanawasa won.
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As Reform Party leader in 2007, Dr Mumba was said to be in talks with Dr Mwanawasa for a possible alliance with the MMD or to be re-admitted in the party.
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Dr Mumba became Zambia's ambassador to Canada when President Banda succeeded the late Mwanawasa.
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Earlier Dr Mumba was among unsuccessful MMD presidential hopefuls after the demise of Dr Mwanawasa.
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Mr Banda's retirement from active politics gave Dr Mumba an opportunity to revive his presidential ambition.
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From 55 MPs, Dr Mumba has lost 13 through resignations and nullification of parliamentary seats.
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How Dr Mumba and senior party officials react to the on-going feud will determine whether the former ruling party will survive the impending death.
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MMD senior party officials who have passed a vote of no confidence in party president, Nevers Mumba have hinted that their party may go into extinction if the former tele-evangelist remains at the helm of the former ruling party. Dr Mumba's stay at the helm of the party has been turbulent since he took over from past immediate republican President Rupiah Banda who retired from active politics after an undisputable electoral defeat to President Sata. The feuds in the MMD started with former Mafinga MP Catherine Namugala and former national secretary Major Richard Kachingwe respectively who openly refusiedto acknowledge Dr Mumba's leadership.
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The other notable dispute in the former ruling party was one involving Dr Mumba and Ms Namugala which resulted into the latter who was national chairperson for women being expelled from the party.
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Ms Namugala who was expelled for gross misconduct after openly critising Dr Mumba in the media has challenged her expulsion in court.
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And now the latest feud is between Dr Mumba and senior national executive committee (NEC) officials including vice presidents Dr Chituwo ( administration) and Michael Kaingu in-charge of political affairs.
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However, Dr Mumba, who is at the centre of controversy and has lost the support of senior officials, claims the MMD was intact. He has accused the PF of destabilising his party.
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Mr Mfula urged Dr Mumba against blaming the PF but should rather attend to concerns MMD members were raising.
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Dr Mumba held a press briefing where he accused PF of sponsoring meetings to derail the MMD. This plan according to Dr Mumba involves the sponsoring of MMD members and other people to destabilise and cause confusion in his party. Senior MMD officials have dismissed these assertions.
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The leadership controversy surrounding Dr Mumba is historical. It dates back to 2005 when the MMD NEC expelled him after he differed with President Mwanawasa. Despite succeeding former President Banda, some MMD members still consider Dr Mumba an 'outsider' only interested to use the party to achieve his presidential ambitions. Dr Mumba first joined MMD when former President Levy Mwanawasa appointed him vice president in May 2003 after he ditched his National Citizens Coalition (NCC). His appointment, was however short-lived as he was fired on October 4, 2004, and was expelled from MMD in 2005 after which he formed the Reform Party. Before his appointment as Vice-President, Dr Mumba was among presidential candidates in the 2001 general election which Mr Mwanawasa won.
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As Reform Party leader in 2007, Dr Mumba was said to be in talks with Dr Mwanawasa for a possible alliance with the MMD or to be re-admitted in the party.
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Dr Mumba became Zambia's ambassador to Canada when President Banda succeeded the late Mwanawasa.
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Earlier Dr Mumba was among unsuccessful MMD presidential hopefuls after the demise of Dr Mwanawasa.
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Mr Banda's retirement from active politics gave Dr Mumba an opportunity to revive his presidential ambition.
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From 55 MPs, Dr Mumba has lost 13 through resignations and nullification of parliamentary seats.
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How Dr Mumba and senior party officials react to the on-going feud will determine whether the former ruling party will survive the impending death.


In his New Year message Dr. ...

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In his New Year message Dr. Mumba has observed that with all the conflicts and differences as a people, Zambians have ended 2015 in the Zambian spirit and tradition of peace. Dr. Mumba is optimistic that Zambians shall continue in 2016 to depend on ...

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MMD President Dr. Nevers Mumba

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