THE Nigerian embattled citizen based in South Africa Andrew Ejimadu also known as Seer 1 has been presenting himself as a liberating figure to the citizens of Zambia.
He has targeted the gullible social media patrons, and innocently recruited them in his hate crusade against President Edgar Lungu and his sympathisers.
It is heartbreaking to see how a foreigner is deceiving and convincing fellow citizens to hate their own brother Edgar Lungu, those close to him and those who believe that he is the best leader of our time.
To those who are opposed to President Lungu, Seer 1 seems to create an impression that he is their voice but in actual sense he has taken a manipulative approach which may land this country in rabble rousing and civil strife.
He is inciting Zambians to hate fellow Zambians as a vengeance for his protracted grudge against the PF government for having deported him from his newly discovered home in Zambia.
The unfortunate fact is that some Zambians seems to constantly cheer his sustained attack to his perceived enemy yet it is the future generations that will pay.
We do not think his intentions are genuine and if they were, he would have utilised amicable channels such as the Nigerian embassy which has unfettered access to the Zambian Government.
But since his dream is to see a chaotic Zambia, he has taken advantage of the politically charged season and he is determined to excite the incitable Zambians to rise against Zambians while he watches from the terraces.
What Zambians do not realise is that Seer 1 will not bear the consequences which will be caused by the seed of discord he is planting. Once his malicious campaign sets Zambia ablaze or we go after each other’s blood, he has nothing to lose.
We wonder whether Zambia has run out of the opposition parties or civil society leaders to provide checks and balances for him to take that role.
We do not believe so. Zambia has a pool of talented citizens who have defended the interests of their followers. They have used legitimate process such as media and in some instances litigation.
MARVIN CHANDA MBERI.