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L-R: Epilepsy Association of Zambia Chairman  Anthony Zimba, UTH acting managing director Dr Lackson Chikoya, Ministry of Health permanent secretary Dr David Chikamata, First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba, Regional Teaching Course  in Neurology director Prof Erich Schmutzhard and UTH Paediatric Centre for Infectious Disease Director Dr Chipepo Kankasa shortly before the First Lady opened the sixth Regional Teaching Course in Neurology at UTH on June 19,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
L-R: Epilepsy Association of Zambia Chairman Anthony Zimba, UTH acting managing director Dr Lackson Chikoya, Ministry of Health permanent secretary Dr David Chikamata, First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba, Regional Teaching Course in Neurology director Prof Erich Schmutzhard and UTH Paediatric Centre for Infectious Disease Director Dr Chipepo Kankasa shortly before the First Lady opened the sixth Regional Teaching Course in Neurology at UTH on June 19,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Michael Sata's son Mwango (c) with  mother Dr Christine Kaseba and grand mother Loyce Kaseba (r) after his Chef management programme graduation ceremony at Capsicum Cape Town Campus in South Africa on June 11, 2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Michael Sata’s son Mwango (c) with mother Dr Christine Kaseba and grand mother Loyce Kaseba (r) after his Chef management programme graduation ceremony at Capsicum Cape Town Campus in South Africa on June 11, 2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Regional Teaching Course  in Neurology director Prof Erich Schmutzhard shortly before she officially opened the sixth Regional Teaching Course in Neurology at UTH on June 19,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Regional Teaching Course in Neurology director Prof Erich Schmutzhard shortly before she officially opened the sixth Regional Teaching Course in Neurology at UTH on June 19,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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 MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (left), Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (middle) with former Republican President Rupiah Banda during the Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey on Wednesday
MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (left), Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (middle) with former Republican President Rupiah Banda during the Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey on Wednesday

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MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (right), former Republican President Rupiah Banda and Mozambique Energy Minister Salvador Namburete listen to Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz (left in glasses) shortly before official opening of the Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey on Wednesday
MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (right), former Republican President Rupiah Banda and Mozambique Energy Minister Salvador Namburete listen to Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz (left in glasses) shortly before official opening of the Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey on Wednesday

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MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (insert) addresses delegates attending the on-going Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey
MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (insert) addresses delegates attending the on-going Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey

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PART of the delegates attending the on-going Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul City, Turkey
PART of the delegates attending the on-going Africa Energy Forum at Hilltop Hotel in Istanbul City, Turkey

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ISTANBUL Gold Refinery Incorporation chairperson Ozcan Halac (left) shows Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (in-glasses) and Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (right) how gold is processed in the plant in Istanbul City in Turkey
ISTANBUL Gold Refinery Incorporation chairperson Ozcan Halac (left) shows Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (in-glasses) and Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (right) how gold is processed in the plant in Istanbul City in Turkey

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MINES,  Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (in-glasses) confers with Istanbul Gold Refinery Incorporation general manager Aysen Esen (middle) and company chairperson Ozcan Halac when he toured the plant where gold is processed in Istanbul City in Turkey
MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma (in-glasses) confers with Istanbul Gold Refinery Incorporation general manager Aysen Esen (middle) and company chairperson Ozcan Halac when he toured the plant where gold is processed in Istanbul City in Turkey

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ISTANBUL Gold Refinery Incorporation chairperson Ozcan Halac (right) with company general manager Aysen Esen (middle) confer with Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma when the minister toured the plant where gold is processed in Istanbul City in Turkey
ISTANBUL Gold Refinery Incorporation chairperson Ozcan Halac (right) with company general manager Aysen Esen (middle) confer with Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma when the minister toured the plant where gold is processed in Istanbul City in Turkey

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MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma learns how to process gold while Istanbul Gold Refinery Incorporation general manager Aysen Esen (middle) and Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (far right) look on when he toured the plant in Istanbul City in Turkey
MINES, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher Yaluma learns how to process gold while Istanbul Gold Refinery Incorporation general manager Aysen Esen (middle) and Zambian Ambassador to Turkey Miriam Mulenga (far right) look on when he toured the plant in Istanbul City in Turkey

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 Uniformed Men carry a coffin of the late former Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo Aaron Mulenga at Kapoka cemetery who died at the age of 80 in Kasama General Hospital after an illness on Saturday. President Michael Sata accorded him an official funeral for his enormous contributions to the nation
Uniformed Men carry a coffin of the late former Ambassador to the
Democratic Republic of Congo Aaron Mulenga at Kapoka cemetery who died
at the age of 80 in Kasama General Hospital after an illness on
Saturday. President Michael Sata accorded him an official funeral for
his enormous contributions to the nation

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The Bemba traditional cousins from Eastern Province “NGONI RATSA WOMEN” performing their role to appreciate the various contributions by the funeral house of Aaron Mulenga at Kapoka cemetery who died in Kasama General Hospital on Saturday after an illness. President Michael Sata accorded him an official funeral for his enormous contributions to the nation
The Bemba traditional cousins from Eastern Province “NGONI RATSA
WOMEN” performing their role to appreciate the various contributions
by the funeral house of Aaron Mulenga at Kapoka cemetery who died in
Kasama General Hospital on Saturday after an illness. President
Michael Sata accorded him an official funeral for his enormous
contributions to the nation

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The motorist identified as Michael Mulenga was beaten almost to death by a gang of China Henan workers when he went to the rescue of his employer only identified as 'madam Beatrice' whom the assailants had allegedly attacked for driving through a potion of Nationalist Road under construction.
The motorist identified as Michael Mulenga was beaten almost to death by a gang of China Henan workers when he went to the rescue of his employer only identified as ‘madam Beatrice’ whom the assailants had allegedly attacked for driving through a potion of Nationalist Road under construction.

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The motorist identified as Michael Mulenga was beaten almost to death by a gang of China Henan workers when he went to the rescue of his employer only identified as 'madam Beatrice' whom the assailants had allegedly attacked for driving through a potion of Nationalist Road under construction.
The motorist identified as Michael Mulenga was beaten almost to death by a gang of China Henan workers when he went to the rescue of his employer only identified as ‘madam Beatrice’ whom the assailants had allegedly attacked for driving through a potion of Nationalist Road under construction.

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Above are the two newly installed escalators at the new international bus terminus in Livingstone.
Above are the two newly installed escalators at the new
international bus terminus in Livingstone.

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Construction workers doing final touches to the inside building of the new international bus terminus in Livingstone
Construction workers doing final touches to the inside building of the new international bus terminus in Livingstone

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 ZTB tourism promotion manager Jocelyn Mutinta (far left), Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (second from far left), ZTB managing director Felix Chai;la (third from Mr Mwansa) and others during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night
ZTB tourism promotion manager Jocelyn Mutinta (far left), Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (second from far left), ZTB managing director Felix Chai;la (third from Mr Mwansa) and others during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night

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Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (middle) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night.
Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (middle) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night.

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Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (left) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists and other delegates during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night
Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (left) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists and other delegates during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night

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Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (right) share light moments with Tourism Director at the Ministry Albert Muchanga (left)  during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night
Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (right) share light moments with Tourism Director at the Ministry Albert Muchanga (left) during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday night

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Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (right) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday nigh
Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (right) dances with Zambia National Dance troupe Livingstone based artists during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday nigh

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Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (far left) with others during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday
Tourism and Arts Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa (far left) with others during a cocktail hosted for RETOSA delegates in Livingstone at Chrismar Hotel on Wednesday

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Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (middle) inspects the area where two people died and one person was injured in the tourist capital recently.  The accident happened when the soil curved and buried them alive as they were digging trenches to lay new water pipes for Southern Water and Sewerage Company
Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (middle) inspects the area where two people died and one person was injured in the tourist capital recently. The accident happened when the soil curved and buried them alive as they were digging trenches to lay new water pipes for Southern Water and Sewerage Company

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Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (middle) inspects the area where two people died and one person was injured in the tourist capital recently.  The accident happened when the soil curved and buried them alive as they were digging trenches to lay new water pipes for Southern Water and Sewerage Company
Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje (middle) inspects the area where two people died and one person was injured in the tourist capital recently. The accident happened when the soil curved and buried them alive as they were digging trenches to lay new water pipes for Southern Water and Sewerage Company

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Water tanks and caterpillars working on the  Bancfrot road to Chitanda junction that has being launched for upgrading
Water tanks and caterpillars working on the Bancfrot road to Chitanda junction that has being launched for upgrading

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Caterpillars working on the  Bancfrot road to Chitanda junction that has being launched for upgrading
Caterpillars working on the Bancfrot road to Chitanda junction that has being launched for upgrading

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Matero member of Parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwana (right) flagging off the upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency
Matero member of Parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwana (right) flagging off the upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency

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Matero member of Parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwama (right) cutting Ribbon during the launch of  upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency
Matero member of Parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwama (right) cutting Ribbon during the launch of upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency

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Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwana  having the light Matero member of parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwama (right) flagging off the upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency
Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwana having the light Matero member of parliament Milles Sampa flanked by Lusaka Province permanent Secretary Wamunyama Muwama (right) flagging off the upgrading of the Chitanda road in Lilanda Matero constituency

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Typical Zambian village
Typical Zambian village

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 Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba welcoming the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba welcoming the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba giving the present to Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba giving the present to Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao admiring  a present from Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao admiring a present from Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba introducing Home affairs Deputy Minister Nickson Chilangwa to the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba introducing Home affairs Deputy Minister Nickson Chilangwa to the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba introducing gender Minister Minister Inonge Wina to the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba introducing gender Minister Minister Inonge Wina to the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba ushers in the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex
Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba ushers in the Vice President of China Mr. Li Yuanchao during the bilateral meeting at Government Complex

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HH in Mongu
HH in Mongu

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UPND Supporters listening to HH in Mongu
UPND Supporters listening to HH in Mongu

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HH in Mongu
HH in Mongu

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HH among UPND supporters in Mongu
HH among UPND supporters in Mongu

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UPND supporters in Mongu during HH's visit
UPND supporters in Mongu during HH’s visit

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HH visiting a shanty compound in Mongu
HH visiting a shanty compound in Mongu

42 COMMENTS

    • Kasaba child Mwango is dull , how can you waste air tickets to Cape Town a man for that matter just to learn how to cook.bu cooky iwe?? , you should have joined the Engineer in Australia to learn one or two things.

    • sad president katongo mwango did not attend his son mwango jr his graduation,,,, i wonder how mwango jr felt,,,,

      wow! works at livingstone airport are still on going,,, very strange, UNTWO meeting is long gone, masebo is long gome, mrs scot as board member is long gone,,,, why is the work stil on going

    • kombo you are full of sheet. the guy is proud of what he is doing and he has money to do anything he wants. you think if you are poor and desperate that you are forced to do engineering ati ni bonse

  1. Where Wynter ‘all the time’. where is SataN…..?

    Its like Wynter is now the President.

    Kaseba’s Son…..he looks Dull just by looking.

  2. This is what am talking about ! New international standard airport in Livingstone and roads being constructed everywhere.What more can we ask for ? These PF guys are doing an amazing job.Poor Michael Mulenga beaten up all because of madam Beatrice.Sorry dude don`t forget to sue those chaps.No one should take the law into their own hands.Get well soon son.

    • There is no new Airport they are showing just the international bus terminus they say. Unless they are wrong.

    • This project was started by MMD and PF is just finishing it up. Most of the project you are trying to blow your trumpet were originally started by Levy.Support with your head and your brain should be functioning

    • yah man….only wishing sata a long live….he could do more….ba fikala bamo! ati all these are levy projects…..even levy junction ati was levy project….mashilu…just be thankful

  3. So Sata’s son was studying to be a Chef or a Cook at Capsicum (A cooking very small college in SA)….this boy couldn’t think of a different career. I wonder if he finished grade 12, he might as well have gone to Sylvia catering.

    • If it was here in the western world we could have had said that it was his career choice ,but in Zambia that doesn’t happen so it must be true he did bad in high school.Typical of kids from rich families they rarely do well in school.So much for growing up with a silver spoon in the mouth.The kids grow up not knowing hard work and how to hustle.

    • I have watched qualified lawyers leaving the profession to appear on Masterchef to become Chefs. It is only in Zambia where you think cooking is for ‘dull’ people. No wonder Zambia has no national dish to boast about. There are many millionaire Chefs the world over. Good luck to Mwango.

    • How dare you disrespect the catering sector…its no wonder you eat nshima and beef stew for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you possess no culinary skills. Fine dinning to you is Chicken and chips.

      Wake up!!

    • We are talking about Zambia not what you see on hell`s kitchen.We are talking about different social-economic dynamics.Don`t try to look smart for nothing.Who grows up hoping to be cooking as a life career Zambia ?

    • @Jay Jay and The Kimbanguist
      We are talking about Zambia not what you see on hell`s kitchen.We are talking about different social-economic dynamics.Don`t try to look smart for nothing.Who grows up hoping to be cooking as a life career in Zambia ?

    • mulitole ba mwamba….he is doing what he is proud of…..mulemona ati nifyo mwachula, you have a tallent of playing football but mwaya mukusambilila engineering ah!

    • @use your logic – if you want to get saved and awoken from your slumber, follow what jay jay is telling you. Read the statements from him carefully, you might just one day discover your true self. And i really pray to the ancestors that that happens soon my brother. I love you my brother and i want you to open your eyes as jay jay writes.

    • What is wrong with being a chef? Lack of exposure at its best. You are a sad person. Blog constructively. Muleisebanya. This shows how shallow u are!

    • Please mwebantu stop showing your ignorance. It’s a career choice. Some of the richest people in America are chefs. Richer than many people with twenty five-year college degrees. We are all born with different abilities and talents. Get that in your head will you?

  4. As usual HH campaigns in a shanty compound showing off in his BMW, this is where people live on less than a dollar a day Pitful !!

    • Will those elevators and lifts even work everyday with load-shedding and misusing of levies collected for maintenance…instead of encouraging building designers to submit plans of sustainable innovative buildings that are self sufficient with small carbon footprints we are still constructing these boring hideous buildings.

  5. Why is that road construction equipment called ‘caterpilar’? oh, just like I call all toothpaste ‘colgate’ te?

    • @Tese Zono,
      I like your observation, I thought caterpillars are the heavier equipment whose wheels are rotated by chain-like rollers and the movement resembling that of worms known as caterpillars. By the way I call all motor cycles ‘Honda’ and any Asian ‘Indian’.

  6. Mushota, Saulosi and Friends, I believe you watched the ZNBC TV news of yesterday when the president was speaking to the vice president of China. You heard his usual voice and you saw him how he has gained weight. Is this the way you PF guys can keep my father in plot one like this? It is not good to keep on saying things are okey and keep on saying apwe, apwishe term of office. No this is bad and inhuman. He must retire on medical grounds than ukwipaya umufyashi munshila yaifi.

  7. That woman Kaseba’s sister, Zambia ‘s ambassador to Turkey holds dual citizenship, Zambian and British yet Sata will not allow others to do the same. Stinking nepotism and double standards.

  8. The photos of the Vice President of China do not look like those ones being circulated by young immature PA George Chellah of the former Chinese Ambassador to Zambia….this is clearly not the same man….we wont be fooled by such trickery…not everyone thinks Chinese look the same. The old man should climb out of bed and slip out of his PJs and come out in the open if he is not sick.

  9. Kombo you are a SAD person. What has Mwango done wrong? Stop being a hater and try being nice. you might like it. You wonder why you are not happy!

  10. The President of any country has no authority to authorize dual citizenship, In your case, its Britain that acknowledges her dual citizenship. US does not recognize dual citizenship just like Zambia, but the other country like kenya, Britain will recognize you as a citizen despite other ties

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