Lungu fails to explain xenophobia in Zambia at UN

Straight from hanging out in the night dancing dununa reverse, illegal President Edgar Lungu caused drama at the UN side meeting in New York that was addressing the plight of refugees in Africa.
Delegates wanted Lungu to explain reasons that led to xenophobic attacks of foreigners in Zambia recently but as usual Lungu even failed to define who a refugee is.
“It was very embarrassing here as your President failed to state what caused Angolans and Rwandans to be attacked early this year.
He looked very tired and was dozing throughout. He had to ask his political Advisor Kaiser Zulu to confer with Zambia’s Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary on the real reasons as to why Zambians were killing Rwandans. He could not believe that Zambia was for the first time listed as a case study on mistreating foreigners. In no time, Lungu walked out of the meeting after a lame excuse.

He also looked lonely during the meeting, as all the other leaders that were present didn’t want to associate with him even during the short break,” a senior reporter from one respected international media reported.
Lungu was recently inaugurated at an illegal ceremony that was shunned by invited African Heads of States and Diplomats accredited to Zambia after a disputed election that was marred by massive irregularities.
According to the highly respected preliminary report by the Carter Centre report, even efforts to address the irregularities through the petition failed to meet both the local and international standards such as the Zambian Constitution and international laws.

 

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