KK advises Nigerians on presidency

Former President of Zambia, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, on Friday said the “confusion” in the Presidency was not in the best interest of Africa, calling on former President Obasanjo and other leaders to ensure that the uncertainty in the country is resolved amicably.

Kaunda, while speaking during a courtesy visit to Obasanjo in the latter’s Abeokuta home, contended that Nigeria’s leadership role in the continent and its massive population meant that whatever happened to Nigeria would impact directly on the fortunes of other African countries.

The former Zambia’s leader, who equally updated the former Nigeria’s President on his foundation, dedicated to fighting the scourge of AIDS in Africa, was in Nigeria to attend the 50th birthday of the Nigerian High Commissioner to Zambia, Chief Folake Marcus-Bello.

The Zambia’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ambassador Alex Luhila, was also on the entourage of Kaunda, who described Nigeria’s role in Africa as extremely great.

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