Administrators to the property of late Gender Minister Victoria Kalima have filed an affidavit in the Lusaka High Court seeking an authority to sale part of the deceased’s property to allegedly settle some of the debts she left.
Without disclosing the value of the debt, the sisters to the deceased Mutiyo and Alice have filed an affidavit indicating that it has become necessary to sell some of the properties in order to erase the debt.
Kalima died without writing a will and is survived by two children aged 23 and 12 who the administrators say they have consulted.
According to the affidavit filed by Mutiyo and Alice it has become desirable to sale the properties due to the fact that the time she was alive she had amassed some debts which they feel duty bound as administrators to offset.
It has been disclosed that some of the properties forming the former Minister’s property who was also Kasenengwa Member of Parliament are four namely plots No . 18160 /M , 18159/M , Plot LN -37087/90 and 11926/M/9 in Lusaka .
It has been submitted that the deceased died without living a will .