Stella Sata says she apologises for the mode of delivery of her message encouraging youths to be entrepreneurial but maintains her stance on the methods used by the ‘jobless 6’ in advocating for employment were wrong.
Reacting to a social media storm that has erupted over her message 72hrs ago, Sata says the fact that her father was Republican President should not mean she can not add a voice on issues of national concern.
“Apparently a Sata, a former Minister’s child, a former President’s child has NO RIGHT to speak about several issues. I am presumably privileged and have never gone through hardships so I have to keep quiet. The family I was born into is not grounds for anyone to call for my silence.
Every hardworking person here works hard so their children can live a better life. I do not believe any of them is working hard so that their children may never speak about anything in public.” Stella added as she appealed to the public to accept her peace offering.
Stella said she was apologetic if she had hurt unemployed people’s feelings but maintained she did not agree with the methods used by the ‘Jobless 6′ in bringing attention to the matter.
“Here in lies what I will apologise for. I will apologise for pissing off thousands of unemployed people or their families or anyone who has ever been a frustrated job seeker.’
The 20yr old Stella is widely likened to her late father for her string of controversy’s and is fondly referred to as ‘Princess Cobra’. She has a Masters in Business and Financial Management and is currently running her own business outfits.