President Michael Sata’s current wife Christine Kaseba yesterday (April 8, 2014) sneaked out of the country to check on hospital equipment for hubby’s mini-hospital at State House.
Dr Kaseba landed at Heathrow airport in London at 16: 30 (Zambian time) or 15:30 London time yesterday.
In February this year when Sata went for one of his secretive medical trips in India and London, he left his wife behind to scout for suitable equipment to be installed at State House.
The Zambian Watchdog was told that time that Nkwazi House, the President’s official residence would be turned into a min- Hospital for the sick head of State.
See the photo of Sata taken last week in Europe. Pay particular attention to the way the trousers is hanging on the bones. But despite this and other clear evidence that Sata is very sick, the government will not admit.
Just like Late Nigerian President Amaru Yaradua who had a dialysis machine at State House but never admitted that he was sick, Sata will have a medical kit for heart and cancer treatment.
The equipment in London is now ready and Kaseba is there to inspect it before it is flown into Zambian State House. She will also meet the experts who will install the equipment and brief them on what is expected of them and swear them to secrecy on what they are doing.
There is a lot of money involved.
According to medical sources, former president Levy Mwanawasa relied on Lusaka Trust Hospital but Sata has refused to be treated at Lusaka Trust (behind UTH) saying there is not secret that can not be uncovered by the Watchdog there so there must be a specialist mini-hospital within State House which is heavily guarded.