Kambwili accuses minister Chilufya of $154m hospital fraud

Kambwili accuses minister Chilufya of $154m hospital fraud

Chishimba Kambwili has accuses  minister of health Chitalu Chilufya of fraudulently approving the construction of a hospital in Luwingu at an inflated cost of US$154 million when hospitals with similar size and material costs $34 million each.

Kambwili says the cost of the hospital being constructed in Luwingu is five times more than it’s actual cost. He is wondering why President is allowing minister Chilufya and his girlfriend the PS to be in charge of tenders.

Kambwili has appealed to the police to investigate the Luwingu hospital tender. He says the hospital is being constructed by Sunshare, a company which is also building private flats for minister Chilufya.

Listen to Kambwili in video below

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    Munene 1 week ago

    The president said k154m not dollar…!!! Where has kambwili gotten his figures? Useless politicians wanting to be president….cry mother Zambia.

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      Mugubudu 1 week ago

      Kambwili has gone to the moon with his lies. Very surprising that no one seems to challenge his lies in court.

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    Draw Parallels 2 weeks ago

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