President Lungu talks to PF Deputy Secretary General Mumbi Phiri on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure for Equatorial Guinea, for a two day Committee of Ten (C-10) Summit on the reforms of the United Nations (UN) Security Council on Tuesday, May 16,2017 -Picture by EDDIE MWANALEZA

President Edgar Lungu has arrived in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea ahead of today’s fourth African Union (AU) C10 summit .

President Lungu was received by host President Obiang Theodore Mbasogo, and the Zambian delegation led by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Lombe Chalwe and C10 delegates from other countries and organizations.

ZANIS reports that President Lungu later shared light moments with the host President and President Ernest Koroma of Sierra Leone who is AU coordinator for the Committe of 10 and had arrived earlier.

President Mbasogo is this evening expected to host a state banquet for the Heads of State and government representatives attending the C10 summit.

Earlier Foreign Affairs Ministers proposed to urge the Heads of State to reinvigorate Africa’s push for permanent representation in the U.N. Security Council.

At the last C10 summit in Windhoek, Namibia African leaders called for aggressive efforts to attain UN security council reforms.

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  1. The former Gambian Dictator Yahya Jammeh is being hosted by President Mbasogo of E. GUINEA so Lungu will take some time to confer with him and take some lessons from him. Lungu might just make a request for Assaylum should things go wrong in Zambia. Like all Dictators Lungu needs advice from fellow Dictators like Jammeh and Mbasogo in case he needs Assaylum from President Mbasogo in the near future.



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