Police arrest late President Michael Sata’s Son

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FILE: Late 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
FILE: Late 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

POLICE in Kitwe have arrested late President Sata’s son, Mwango, for allegedly knocking down a 10-year-old girl with his vehicle and killing her on the spot, Copperbelt deputy commissioner of police Byemba Musole has said.

Mr Musole said yesterday that that the accident happened on Wednesday around 11:10 hours on the Kitwe-Ndola dual carriageway.

Mr Musole said Mwango, 39, of house number 3979, Niger Avenue, Riverside in Kitwe, was driving a Toyota Corolla registration number ADC 8494 when he lost control of the vehicle and ran over the girl.

He said Mwango was arrested and charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

“Mr Mwango Chilufya Sata was allegedly over speeding and he lost control of the vehicle and hit the girl who has not yet been identified,” Musole said.

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29 COMMENTS

    • With Sata in his grave, his children will not commit any crime unpunished. The ground has finally been level for all to face justice.

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    • @1.1 ?Suntwe wa Suntwe: if YOU HAVE nothing to say just keep quiet. This can happen even to you.

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  1. This is not the real son to the late, he is the son to the late elder brother who was staying in kitwe please

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  2. Didnt the breathalize him? I hope the law take its course….LT what is 11:10 is that in the morning or late evening?

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    • BA JAY JAY, DON’T PRETEND THAT YOU DON’T HOW TIME IN ZAMBIA IS WRITTEN OR SAID. ZAMBIA IS NOT UK. JUST BY THE WAY IT IS WRITTEN OR SAID YOU WOULD KNOW THAT 11:10(HOURS) IN THE MORNING AND CAN’T BE ANYTHING ELSE. WHILE 23:10(HOURS) IS OBVIOUSLY, AT NIGHT. THE WAY OF WRITING TIME OR WEIGHTS CHANGED A LONG TIME AGO . EUROPE WRITES AND SAY TIME THE MODERN WAY AS ZAMBIA. UK HASN’T BECAUSE PEOPLE FIND IT DIFFICULT TO CHANGE. THIS APPLIES TO WEIGHTS AND DISTANCES WHICH ARE ALL IN METRIC AND NOT EMPERIAL.

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  3. These ***** they have gone made now,why killing innocent child,if you are confused with the death of your father just comity suicide than killing children.

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    • It was an accident, I don’t think Mwango would want to kill the young girl in purpose. I also doubt that he maybe confused with the death of his dad. It’s been over 6 months since the demise of the dad. It’s sad for the girl’s family and Mwango too.

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    • @angie

      I thought the same also!
      How old was Christine to bear Mwango in 1976 which makes him 39 years old. He must be 19 years or atmost 29 years if case Christine Kaseba was that reckless & old to be a mother!

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    • @angie

      I thought the same also!
      How old was Christine to bear Mwango in 1976 which makes him 39 years old? He must be 19 years or atmost 29 years in case Christine Kaseba was that reckless & old to be a mother!

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  4. Ndanje Kahks he wasn’t in a township. It was on the main dual carriageway along Kitwe – Ndola. Anyway, sad the girl’s family

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  5. Disqualify him from driving for 8 years. Let me also serve 3 years in prison for killing the little girl. he was drunk for sure

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    • Why should you be imprisoned for only three years for, according to your own admission, killing a little girl? You deserve a harsh punishment.

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  6. MHSRIP. Ba LT your journalists have to improve. Research thoroughly before publishing.

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    • Investigative journalism is dead in Zambia. ..its all about copy ing and pasting statements from ZP and State house websites.

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  7. this was an accident, we all speed and expect everything to be fine. lets drive responsibly,lives have been lost…

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  8. People these days are not interested in the truth and would rather judge people they don’t know all because of what they read in the paper which by the way isn’t always the truth.Lusaka times needs to be ashamed of publishing information they have not verified.
    For starters Mwango was not speeding, he was not drunk and he did not lose control of the car.The girl was being chased and ran into the road and that’s how the ACCIDENT happened.May her soul rest in peace and may her family be comforted.

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  9. 18 Moses,

    That sounds almost like an eye witness account. You better tell the cops so they can release him

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