UNZASU engages British High Commission over Commonwealth building

The University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) has now engaged the British High Commission and the British Council in their quest to take the Commonwealth Youth Development Centre building within the university.
The students warned that they did not want to expose and embarrass any one because they have gathered enough information on the commonwealth centre and expressed happiness that the British High Commission and British Council were on their side.
Kambwili has been accusing the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) of influencing students over the commonwealth youth centre but students’ representatives have denied any external force and charged that in-fact Chishimba Kambwili himself was an external force causing confusion in the university.
Apart from the building that was housing the Commonwealth Youth Development Centre, there are several houses in Roma and Kalundu which some people may be benefiting from.
Kambwili has also been accused of replacing workers seconded from the National Sports Council with former Commonwealth employees to pose that the commonwealth programme was still operating.
Students staged yet another protest Tuesday evening and as of Wedsday morning the police where roving around the campus with teargas canisters.

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