The Embassy of the Republic of Zambia in Angola has facilitated the repatriation of 23 Zambian nationals and residents who were caught up in travel restrictions in that country due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Government of the Republic of Angola provided a plane on humanitarian grounds upon request from the Government of the Republic of Zambia to help repatriate the said individuals.
The returnees were seen off at Luanda International Airport (Aeroporto Internacional Quatro de Fevereiro), earlier, by Zambia’s Ambassador to Angola His Excellency Mr. Lawrence Chalungumana and other Diplomatic staff.
In his address to the Zambian nationals, Ambassador Chalungumana noted that the collaboration between Zambia and Angola on this repatriation exercise is a testament of the longstanding strong bilateral relations.
Ambassador Chalungumana thanked the Government of Angola for the assistance rendered towards the repatriation of the Zambian nationals.
The Zambian envoy urged the returnees to strictly adhere to the communicated public health guidelines to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
The Zambian nationals and residents arrived in Lusaka today 21st June 2020 aboard TAAG Angolan Airlines and the plane is expected to transport Angolan nationals stranded in Zambia.
MALAWIANS DEMAND THAT KAIZER ZULU, KATELE KALUMBA AND XAVIER CHUNGU LEAVE MALAWI IMMEDIATELY
‘They have been sent to rig the elections, they must go back to Zambia’, they said at the opposition rally in Central Lilongwe this afternoon.
Who are these people and what was their business there? You are better off in Angola
Zambia exports election rigging expert to Malawi
United Transformation Movement(UTM) Secretary General Patricia Kaliati has called on the Zambian High Commission in Malawi to ensure that three top Zambian nationals leave the country.
Kalyati claimed that former Minister of Finance, Dr. Katele Kalumba, former intelligence chief, Xavier Chungu and former State House Special Assistant for Politics, Kaizer Zulu were spotted in Malawi and have been brought to allegedly rig elections in favour of incumbent Peter Mutharika due on Tuesday.
Malawi goes to the polls on Tuesday in a historic presidential re-run after a court overturned last year’s elections and ordered a fresh vote Citing “grave” and “widespread” rigging, the country’s constitutional court ruled in February that President Peter…
…, the country’s constitutional court ruled in February that President Peter Mutharika had not been duly elected, and mandated a new poll within 150 days.
FULL STORY AND VOICE RECORDING ON ZAMBIAN WATCHDOG
East, West,….. Home Best.
It’s good to see the govt taking responsibility for Nationals during this pandemic.
We thank our brothers and sisters in Angola for facilitating the safe return of our citizens. As for tarino not every zambian is desperate and as destitute as you. Some of us are very hardworking and manage to live a good life within our own borders. We are all not like you asylum seekers who only feel successful when in w.hite mans land. As for that other mad boy stop crying about rigging before the election has even occurred. You are scared
Keep your rigging there in Zambia, here we honour transparent elections. Next time you send your riggers here we’ll sure lock them up.
KZ was also deported from Nyasaland along with other 2 musketeers.
This is shameful, now we are being donated to by countries like Angola that we liberated from colonialism. And yet the likes of Kainyokolola Zulu think this is a normal way of running a country. God save us all from these fun!kin kleptomaniacs.
Id!0t!!! We have kept tens of thousands of Angolan refugees over the years at our expense. It’s only right that they reciprocate
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