Tourist Edgar Lungu going to Lesotho tomorrow

Zambian tourist Edgar Lungu is going to Lesotho on Thursday, his tour guide has told a media briefing in Lusaka.
Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has announced that Lungu is expected in Lesotho to attend the inauguration of newly elected Prime Minister Thomas Thabane.
Kalaba says the ceremony will be held on Friday June 16th in the capital Maseru.
He claimed that Zambia’s relations with Lesotho are based on a strong commitment to upholding the principles of democracy and the maintenance of peace and security at national and regional level.
Meanwhile Kalaba says President Paul Kagame of Rwanda is expected in the country on Monday for a state visit.
The dictatorial PF government is using visits by foreign presidents to paint a picture that all is well in the country at a time that the country is experiencing unprecedented levels of intolerance to divergent views.

Edgar Lungu

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