classy-daddy-3.gifThis is no time to delve into writing about Levy’s Legacy … those wanting to delve into this will find themselves with a lot to write and rewrite about. Revisionist History on the legacy of HE Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, SC will include volumes on end!!! 

So, we at the Zambian Chronicle want to save our fellow compatriots the time and money they might have to incur by trying to jump ship … just hold your guns; ladies and gentlemen. 

Levy will go down in history as one of the best leaders Africa ever produced – now reading this from our tabloid may come as a surprise to some people but one of the things we pride ourselves in at the Zambian Chronicle is intellectual honesty. 

The annals of the world will be filled with volumetrically inspired information on how Levy fought corruption, how Levy prosecuted his predecessor, how Levy worked hard to have Zambia’s debt get cancelled, how Levy worked hard to stabilize inflation, how Levy worked hard to bring in the largest Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Africa has ever attracted since the colonial days and how Levy this, how Levy that; the list is endless. 

Historians in the United States of America are still trying to write about George Washington’s legacy (the US first president) two hundred years after the fact and what makes our compatriots think they can start writing about Levy’s when he even has four more years left in his presidency? 

Just hold your guns, ladies and gentlemen; you will have a lot to write about, and a lot to revise when that time comes but for us at the Zambian Chronicle, HE Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, SC might win the Africa’s President of the Year (2007) Award because right now he is in the top three on our matrix system … thanks a trillion 

Brainwave R Mumba, Sr.

CEO & President – Zambian Chronicle

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