Pilato’s Song – Kesulenifye – UNZA, CBU closure act of terrorism


The closure of UNZA and CBU is a greatest act of terrorism and something has to be done. The minister of education is sabotaging the future of this country while we sit aside and watch.
Our politicians are so powerful that they can easily stop the education process of more than 50,000 youths. He who denies you an education denies a future.

ZAMBIANS if we can’t stand up and fight for the education of our youths what else shall we stand up for?

What have we become?

Are we still not sure of the importance of education?

Is the education of our people dependent on the emotions of our political leaders really?
For how long shall this go on for?

Are sure you the only correctional approach to the riots and violence is closing the 2 universities? Countries are investing heavily in the education sector because thats the greatest investment anyone can make especially for a country like ours.

Am really heart broken. Zambia where have we gone wrong?



  1. In colloquial english, a terror can be described as a troublesome person. Terrorism is the use of violence and intimidation, especially for political purposes. Pilato is being branded a terror for speaking for students. The Lusaka voice’s article is intimidating Pilato by calling him a terrorist. Now, which situation is graver here; singing for students or intimidating a singer? Do you people at the Lusaka voice realize the consequences of your postings?

  2. This is the problem with borrowing education and educational ideas.People completely lose the sense of reality.Pilato who am not actually a fan of is just laying out the facts as they are.Lets not always pretend to be intelligent than we actually are.In any case,intelligent people don’t insult anyhow.

  3. Ist the word terrorism that has angered most of u pipo to post all that abt pilato or what? Okay, does it mean terror z only the use of guns? Lets go back to our books mwebasambilila uchila pilato, the guy z only pleading on behalf of the many grieved cbu & unza students, i see no wrong in his message, i’ve taken time to listen to the song & to be quite frank, i didnt hear anything bad in it. Go back to your dictionaries & findout what it means again before u pontela pilato. Mwaishifya ati terrorism kano ifyo boko harram z doing in nigeria, maaaa tulibengi fye batutu.

  4. Now I know its true that u can tell how some1 thinks just by their looks! Chamba valley(ichamba, ibange,ulubangula,mukutulu sinyani, fwaka wanseke, ibungo) is bad iwe ci Pilato we chiwelewele cha mwana we. cimone ichunsu like an eagle’s nest. shi iteni ba kapokola bapalate uyu malinso.

    • Let’s be realistic here Mr Mwansa Kaoma your profile shows that u studied at CBU and maybe u ar doing fine today because of the knowledge u got from the institution.do u honestly think it was a good idea for u pipo in Pf to close the 2 higher learning institutions instead of finding a simple solution of paying those poor students there meal allowances. Dd u learn with an empty stomach wen u were a student?let’s face reality here those students want to be educated and become productive one day like u.why do you support the closure of these 2 institutions if u really know the power of education?stop being selfish and be reasonable.dont support for the sake of putting bread on your table support because samthing is worth supporting CBU N Unza students have the right to education they oso want to be like u one day

  5. imwe ba kolwe do you even know the meaning of terrorism…? go to nigeria, Iraq olo fye USA…! zambians will just never grow up, thez no insult in that song, only dull people are against the song, let them open the universities atase imwe ba pompwe

  6. …………or is it an assault on education or a global occurrance?? kesulenifye batata baKaingu so that the schl calendar is not affected……abaice nabo bushe baba shani???