The chart-buster Mukamfwilwa by John Mwansa was about the wife of Ndola United famous footballer Edwin Mbaso who died in a car accident.
Shortly after his funeral, his widow (I will withhold her name to save her more mental torture) allegedly started frequenting drinking places like Falcon and Savoy hotel in Ndola.
Mukamfwila is probably the best selling single in Zambia. The Kaponya terminology in the song reflects the period. It includes words like waikala lufyanya waikala peniza both derived from ci-Bemba words ukulufyanya-making mistakes and ukupena-going mad respectively.
The song also reflects the stigma attached to widowhood (even in urban areas like Ndola) with beliefs that they were haunted by the ghosts of their husbands which had to be cleansed.