All the invited foreign heads of states to officiate at this year’s annual International Trade Fair in Ndola have reportedly shunned and turned down ailing dictator Michael Sata’s invitation.
In shame, and what will be the first time that the international trade fair would not be graced by a foreign head of state, Sata himself may not even go to Ndola. At 14 hours local time, Sata was still at State House in Lusaka.
Sources from within the PF regime have said president Sata had invited Malawian president Joyce Banda, then pleaded with Angola’s Eduado dos Santos. After the two said they were busy, Sata tried Botswana’s Ian Khama who also said he had other engagements.
Sata then tried Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni who also reportedly rejected his invitation.
The officials opening of the show where a foreign head of State was supposed to officiate is today.
Zimbabwean dictator Robbert Mugabe is the only friend and foreign leader to have ever visited dictator Sata because of his erratic and unpredictable behaviour and language.
Many foreign heads of states are also not happy with the way Sata is mistreating his predecessor Rupiah Banda at the instigation of thieves Fred Mmembe and Mutembo Nchito .
And reports reaching the Watchdog indicate that this year’s event is the least attended in terms of exhibitors and show-goers.
Normally, Fridays and Saturdays register more than 100,000 show goers so far only 20,000 people have been registered in what seems to be people’s low incomes and expenditure levels due to increased cost of living.