Rubbish: PF to erect sculpture of Nkumbula in Lusaka

Rubbish: PF to erect sculpture of Nkumbula in Lusaka

harry-nkumbula-zambia-zambian-01The PF regime plans to erect a sculpture of late Politician Harry Mwanga Nkumbula in Lusaka.

What purpose this sculpture will serve is not yet clear but it will cost the taxi payers a lot of money.

The government has already hired a sculptor from Botswana to erect the expensive but expensive work or art.

According to an article published in Botswana’s biggest newspaper Mmegi, Masilonyana Radinoga, a Botswana citizen has won the tender.

See the article here

Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula (1916–1983) was president of the liberation movement the Northern Rhodesian African Congress around 1951. The party was soon renamed the African National Congress (ANC).

He was the father of Baldwin Nkumbula who, like Paul Tembo, was murdered by the Chiluba Sata crew.

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