Sata says he could have been rotten, dead!

As though ending speculations about his ailing health, dictator Michael Sata has confessed that he could have been dead and rotten had it not been for his wife Dr. Christine Kaseba, the PF aligned Post newspaper has reported but Sata could not elaborate on his health status.
Sata, a heavy smoker and consumer of alcohol before his MMD-sponsored evacuation to South Africa in 2008 when he first collapsed has of late been in poor health and his wife mostly mobilizes medical personnel at short notice, recently another medical doctor, UPND vice president Dr. Canicius Banda was secretly sneaked into state house over Sata’s health problems.
“This girl (Dr. Kaseba) you have seen here, without her probably by now I would have been rotten. I would have died a long time ago,” said Sata in his address to elderly citizens on the Christmas eve at state house. Sata even failed to announce the recent cabinet reshuffle which was caused by defence minister Geoffrey Mwamba’s resignation, his Press aide George Chella announced the appointment of Ngosa Simbyakula as home affairs minister and Edgar Lungu to an important ministry of defence!
At the State house function, Sata appeared frail in a cream white Indian design suit surrounded by body guards and his personal doctor and danced for a short time before taking his seat. State house has been denying Sata’s health but with this confession, it is hoped that the nation can now pray for his recovery.

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