Inonge Wina still hospitalized in India

Inonge Wina still hospitalized in India

Vice-President Inonge Wina is still hospitalized in India but government will not say anything.

Meanwhile, health minister Chitalu Chilufya has downgraded his presidential ambition and is now campaigning to he running mate to Edgar Lungu.

Following the decision by the constitutional court to grant Lungu a third term, Chilufya has realized that he will not be adopted as presidential candidate but has now seen an opportunity in the ailment of Inonge Wina.

Chilufya claims that he has the backing of traditional leaders in Luapula province for the position of presidential running mate.

To his aides and very close allies, Chilufya says as running mate he will be as good as president because even if Lungu wins in 2021, his heathy is deteriorating and he Chilufya will assume the presidency once Lungu dies.

Chilufya is competing with infrastructure minister Ronald Chitotela to succeed Lungu.

As for Chitotela, his drivers and other workers call him ‘your excellency’,

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    Jordan chulu 2 weeks ago

    Chiluba, likes the camera so much, kwati ebabomba. There are a lot of hard working ministers, just quiet.
    Every day Chilufya muma paper. It’s too much. Investigate him on the ambulances, estates of houses he is building, lost Arvs from medical stores, which were later sold in Zaire. Chitotela is not alone. Bengi

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    Maano 2 weeks ago

    It is said that Inonge is suffering from a minor illness, but why then spend huge tax payers moneys on trivial illnesses, when there is no road (RD 319) from Shangombo to Sikongo. There is also no road (RD 320) from Shangombo to Kalabo!

    Is now the purpose of Govt to look after leaders or to provide social servoces and public infrastructure?

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    samlindo 2 weeks ago

    YES WE DO NOT HAVE THE EQUIPMENT TO CURE OUR POLITICAL LEADERS BUT WHAT ARE THESE POLITICIANS DOING ABOUT IMPROVING ON THIS ISSUE, IT IS VERY DOWN GRADING FOR A COUNTRY LIKE ZAMBIA TO ALL THE TIME BE EXPOSING ILLNESSES OF OUR POLITICIANS TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD, LET US BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND KEEP THESE ILLNESSES TO OURSELVES FOR THE SAKE OF INTEGRITY.

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    Mainza 2 weeks ago

    Sata spent a fortune of public resources for an apparently terminal illness, hoping against hope that he will be cured. After a house was built on top of his grave. Poor man fill it! These characters want extend their beyond logic.