Home Videos and Audios Zambian Olympic Prospect Prince Mumba’s Story Videos and Audios Zambian Olympic Prospect Prince Mumba’s Story April 5, 2016 778 11 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber [Read 39 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:From “HOPELESS” to “HOPE”, the story of two-time Olympian Prince Mumba of ZambiaMighty star prospect Silwaba gets Zambia call-upJerabos excited with the prospect of getting back Kitwe’s “Black Mountain”Zambian Conservationist shortlisted for a top award, meets Prince WilliamNevers Mumba says it is PF burning markets, the Namwala story is a fabrication Loading... RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR President Lungu’s SkyNews Interview Kaizer Zulu Interview with Costa Mwansa HH Radio Interview with Radio Christian Voice and Prime Television 11 COMMENTS I am really humbled by Prince. Please Zambia do something too to help this talent. 0 0 I didn’t see that.. such a humble guy. 0 0 This is the America you all hate! 0 0 These are the stories we need to have in Zambia. Prince is an inspiration. At this point whether or not he wins Gold on the track, he already is Gold medalist in my mind! 0 0 He has been to 2 Olympic already, you keep on reducing the age to keep trying to rip ‘Gold’. It’s time to look to the future, Prince has become a Kalu of Zambian athletes. He is my former classmate, I’m 45 now and he is still in the 20s…. Come on. 0 0 jeeez…such hate…does it come with terms and conditions or? 0 0 Fyobe ifyo… 0 0 Viva Prince Mumba! 0 0 Comment: you’ll always be my hero and my inspiration,may God protect you in everything that you do.don’t let people without a living pull you down,just continue doing what you do best and make zambia and me proud. love you so much babe 0 0 Thank you LT I did not realise that Prince is still a key sportsman and role model. Good luck Prince! 0 0 Then when he succeeds you start calling him Zambia#s ambassador when he is being pushed by others. The problem with talent in Zambia, we do not nurture. We just like to get in on the action when one has already become successful or marketable. Samuel Matete gave us pride as well, but we had no input in getting him up there. 0 0 Comments are closed.