Veep Wina is on official visit in India, claims govt

Veep Wina is on official visit in India, claims govt

After exposure by ZWD that ailing Vice-president Inonge Wina has been evacuated again, government panics, claims she is holding meetings with Zambia’s high commissioner in India.

A statement issued by the high commission in India after reading ZWD claims Wina will also tour factories in India.

But why was this state visit not announced? How can the vice-President go on government visit to India without the public being told ?

See the crap of a statement from government below:

VEEP WINA COMMENDS ZAMBIAN MISSION IN INDIA* (Print/Online)

Madhya Pradesh, Tuesday (September 17, 2019)

VICE President Inonge Wina says the Zambian Mission in India has worked hard to reach out to potential investors in India and countries of extra accreditation.

“I therefore urge Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) and other stakeholders to actively pursue all pending proposals,” Mrs. Wina said.

She said Zambia was a democratic country enjoying cordial relations with all the eight neighbouring countries and beyond.

“The country has a strong legal framework that protects private sector investment coupled with progressive banking systems,” the Republican Vice President said.

She was speaking when she held talks with Zambia’s High Commissioner to India Judith Kapijimpanga in Indore, in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh.

And Zambia’s High Commissioner to India Judith Kapijimpanga said high level visits would complement the Mission’s efforts to attract investors to Zambia.

“President Edgar Lungu’s State Visit to India from August 20th to 22nd, 2019 followed by your visit as a Republican Vice President will undoubtedly attract credible investors,” Mrs. Kapijimpanga said.

According to a programme made available by Zambia High Commission in India, the Vice President would meet a company in Indore specialised in securing public infrastructure, address top businessmen in Indore and visit a factory.

This was contained in a statement released by First Secretary Press and Tourism at the Zambian Mission in India Bangwe Naviley.

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