FJT wondered why govt hired faulty plane for him in 2006

Former president Fredrick Chiluba has questioned the decision by

 government to hire a faulty plane to evacuate him to South Africa when he fell ill in 2006.

Chiluba was speaking at a Church Ceremony in Lusaka Sunday afternoon at the Bible Church in Africa (BIGOCA).

In his sermony entitiled ‘ Iam a living testimony’ , Chiluba said God saved him from the jaws of death. He said he refused a heart transplant because he knew God would heal him.

At the same occassion, Chiluba questioned the court’s decision to convict Katele Kalumba for receiving money from the Office of the president special branch (OP).

He wondered if the OP are not allowed in law to pay its operatives.

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