Kabila in road accident, not hurt

Kabila in road accident, not hurt

Joseph Kabila in another road traffic accident in a week!

Visiting President, Joseph Kabila was involved in a road-mishap.

This was during the Presidential entourage visit to Kenneth Kaunda’s residence near State Lodge in Lusaka East.

A canter light truck rammed into the presidential vehicle where Joseph Kabila and Zambia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Joe Malanji was along Leopards Road in Woodlands.

Both Kabila and Malanji are unhurt.
Earlier reports indicated that President Edgar Lungu was in the fateful vehicle but this was dismissed by State House Special Assistant for Politics.

“Yes there was a road traffic accident involving the DRC Presidential motorcade but President Lungu was not in the car”.

This is Kabila’s second road traffic accident in a week.

Last week five people in Kabila’s presidential entourage died when a light truck crashed in his convoy

Three soldiers and two civilians were killed and 11 other people injured in an accident involving DR Congo President Joseph Kabila’s motorcade, his office said Wednesday.

The accident happened on a road in the southwest of the country, 220 kilometres (110 miles) south of Kinshasa, as Kabila was returning to the capital on Tuesday.

“Last night, a vehicle in the presidential motorcade was hit on the Matadi highway at Kimpese by a truck carrying cement,” communications official Yvon Ramazani told AFP on Wednesday.

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