CIVIL rights activist Chama Fumba, popularly known as Pilato, says praise singers are like alcohol as they can drown an individual’s intelligence and sensibility. In an interview, Wednesday, Pilato said there was little to learn from praise singers and more to learn from critics. “I think praise singers will always be there and the responsibility is upon the leaders because if they decide to ignore the critical voices, the voice that is asking questions and they decide to ignore the voices that are pointing at the mistakes, they will end up where the PF ended. There is little to learn from praise singers, there is more to learn from those that are criticizing. And if you want to bring development,…...

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