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Former Deputy IG Wynter Kabwiku has died

General News Former Deputy IG Wynter Kabwiku has died

former Zambia Police Service Commissioner Wynter Kabwiku has died.

Mr. Kabwiku died yesterday afternoon at COPTIC hospital in Lusaka after a short illness.

ZANIS reports that family representative William Nkemba has confirmed the development in an interview.

Mr. Kabwiku served as Zambia Police Service Commissioner under President Frederick Chiluba’s regime and lectured at the University of Zambia ( UNZA ).

The funeral is being held at his residence in Lusaka’s Chelstone area.

The late Mr Kabwiku is survived by a wife and 6 children.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I have continued to fast and pray for Zambia. Oh God why? I am really saddened. We need national prayers. There is a lot of evil in Zambia during election years. We know that we have some freemas0nlc elements who survive on our blood

  2. CARRY ON FASTING TR000LL
    MANY MORE TO FOLLOW
    THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS WERE AN HONUORABLE GROUP
    READ HISTORY F00L
    ITS ONLY ID*10*ts like you who will never be accepted into the brotherhood as they dont accept wankers
    kikiki

  3. He was such a good parent/commander in the Zambia Police Service both during and after his tenure of office. Condolences to the Kabwiku family. May his soul rest in peace.

  4. what I know brother Kabwiku has been unwell for sometime. He was very close to me just like Ephraim Maluba Mateyo. These two were great cops from North Western Province and served the nation diligently. My heart goes to mama Namakau Kabwiku, children and the larger family from Ikelengi and Nyakaseya chiefdoms and of course the Zambia Police Service family. Yaya wumi wenu wukami mukuwunda you will ever remain my mentor despite different professional backgrounds. Always used to tell me eyi Kansu Wenda wutiya.

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