Unza student dies from police teargas

Unza student dies from police teargas

DEATH NOTICE OF UNZA STUDENT DURING RIOTS

It is with a sad heart that we announce to you the death of our member, Vespers Shimuzhila, 4th year, school of education, Adult education. She died around 03 today due to suffocation in her room during the protest by students at UNZA great east road main campus.
We call upon members of UNZA SDA PCM to keep calm as we mourn our beloved sister and continue to seek comfort and counsel from the Lord. We shall keep the general membership posted on the processions via electronic media.

YOURS IN SERVICE
UNZA SDA PCM EXECUTIVE.

She had Asthma and could not escape the gas from police teargas.

Life cut short by teargas. And that was her last update before being suffocated to death in the room where she was praying and studying

Meanwhile, Vincent Chaile says👇🏾

Nkandu luo must take full resposibility for Unza riots, the woman is very stubborn.

In her wisdom as nkandu Luo she decided to ban the student union (UNZASU) for over a year now ,hoping banning the student union is the only way she can control students like her own kids and take full control for politcal reasons.

As a former UNZASU President , Student union (UNZASU)) has played a very critical role to stabilize the institution though dissemination among students and other activities.

There is serious communication breakdown between the student populace,the management and govt.In short the institution is run on rumours because there is no one to represent or communicate to the students.

You do not expect stability when there are more 30,000 students at one place without a student representation. The students are orphaned.

Vincent Chaile

President for Radical Revolutionary Party (RRP)

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    IF NOT 1 week ago

    It’s really a sad development, but how did you expect the police to know who is asthmatic and not when dealing with unruly students?

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    kanyembo c 1 week ago

    Very true words sir,this ka lungu has failed the people of zed

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    Rev'd Chigwenembe Moses 1 week ago

    This is very sad and such happenings should not be acceptable. I think it is important that the security of the students country wide should be observed. The police who were on duty that day should be helped to know their limits and caution not to go beyond their limits. It is very sad and may the good Lord receive the Soul of his Child. Amen

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    Robert mwansa 1 week ago

    So sorry to the family and this is bad news us Zambia

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    Prime 2 weeks ago

    In a normal country Kampyongo and Kanganjia would have resigned by now. We live in a country where there are NO morals

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    Lufunda M. Narcissus 2 weeks ago

    may your soul rest in peace

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    VINCENT M FROM MONGU 2 weeks ago

    Too Bad In My Mother Land
    We Believe In Peace And Unity
    In Our Country
    May The Almight Be With The One Who Did This To My Sister.
    RIP My Sister

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    Blago 2 weeks ago

    So sad that a very valuable human being was killed by subhuman mongrels, with no value to the country.

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    I sympathize with the family of Vespers. It takes a lot to raise and educate a child, particularly a girl child. To therefore lose her life because of police foolishness must hurt. As a parent myself and UNZA don, I feel terribly hurt by the untimely death of such a wonderful human being.

    Things are just not right in our country and the sooner those in government realize this, the better for us all. When Dr. Kaunda lost popularity, not even the police could protect his government. Lungu may increase budgetary funding to the police and military to brutalize fellow citizens, but he should know that when Zambian people’s patience runs out, as it surely is, not even the police and soldiers will protect him.

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    Amalango 2 weeks ago

    Tayali is playing dirty politics arresting innocent HH will escalate physical dissent but knowing how silly some decisions have been made in Z we cannot be surprised that decisions are made on the basis of this political comedians recommendations

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    VESPERS 2 weeks ago

    kikikikiki yaba kikikiki namvela nyele

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    Prince 2 weeks ago

    the can consider putting back the union that was banned in order to ensure good communication between students and government.

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    May you rest in peace

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    ANDREW JONES 2 weeks ago

    MHRIP

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    tasman 2 weeks ago

    Do we have a president in this country?

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    CRY FOR MY BELOVED COUNTRY, WHERE THE MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS EMPLOYEES RELATIVES AND CADRES FOR THE IN THE POLICE FORCE , WHAT DO YOU EXPECT

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    Very sad development indeed.But UNZA students also must learn to be patient.I understand a lot of them come from very poor family and cannot survive for days minus BC money,but hey everyone is broke in Zambia.Therefore,there was no need to take this matter to the streets!!
    RIP MY SISTER AND ZP SHOULD REALLY LEARN TO WORK PROPERLY!!

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    THIS IS SAD AND UNCALLED FOR. WHAT SKU DID THESE POLICEMENT GO TO? HOW DO YOU THROUGH TEAR GAS IN HOSTELS? SOMEONE HAS TO PAY FOR THE LIFE LOST.