Lusaka ~ Tue, 20 Oct 2020

By ZR Reporter

Democratic Party president Harry Kalaba yesterday visited NDC leader Chishimba Kambwili who is serving his one year sentence at Kamwala Remand Prison for forgery and uttering a false document.

Kalaba followed laid down procedure and applied for access to visit Mr Kambwili through the Ministry of Home Affairs, which request was granted.

He was accompanied by Mr Kambwili’s wife Carol.

Mr Kambwili is said to be in high spirits.


  1. 2yk

    It’s good to be rich if it was poorman nobody would have been talking about his issue

  2. Kalijo

    Lenin ” the dictatorship of the proletariat alone can emancipate humanity from the hypocrisy of bourgeois democracy.”

  3. Daniel Banda

    This is how it should be according to our Christian values but not political expedience. I wish Mr Chishimba Kambwili good health especially that he realises that it’s a passing phase in his life. It is also a good time for his reflection and repetence.

  4. Musyani

    Too good to be true but his political career is over as he cant be a president with a criminal case.
    So to everyone just remember when you point a finger at others four more are pointing at you.

  5. I'm pan African

    Long live Ck. Great men goes through tough times they think they There punishing but on contrary they are baking you but assuredly saying, there’s no permanent situation u I’ll get out and rise like rocket . hopefully you will be released so soon

  6. November Oscar

    They are making you to be more popular, don’t worry sir what goes around comes around and nothing is permanent . May God be with you as you are suffering under pf poor leadership ,they are scared of great men nowonder they are looking for any mistake out from the great ones so as to silence them by caging them and they call it democracy, shame on you and moreover you are the worst goverment so far comparing to previous goverments , the economy is poor, perpetual loadsheding, dollar has gone up and retirees are crying day and night waiting for their benefits.

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