Journalists from various media organizations in Zambia have camped at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport awaiting the arrival of President Michael Sata from India where he is said to have undergone a surgery.
Particularly, the reporters will be interested to hear his health condition and clarification on speculations that he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Zambians are also eager to hear the Head of State’s assurances and reactions to the resolutions reached by the Barotse National Council to separate from the rest of the country.
It is not clear whether the President will have time to answer these concerns at the airport where he has always avoided journalist interviews since assuming office.
The President’s special assistant for press and public relations George Chellah has revealed in a private conversation with Zambia reports that State House was aware of the fact that the secession crusade in Western Province was being financed by anti-government groups with the intent to sabotaging the ruling party.
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