Zambia student in Turkey jailed over cocaine

Zambia student in Turkey jailed over cocaine

“Zambian Student in Turkey jailed for cocaine possession “

Frank Bwalya Mukuka a fugitive who was on the run was arrested by Turkish authorities in a touristic city of Denizli Pamukale with contrabands weighing about 650grams of pure cocaine in a hotel room were he was about to transact.

The Zambian national who went to Turkey as a student was aligned with some mafias and cartel running an illegal Silk Road network of supplying drugs and trafficking women from Zambia to Turkey.
As it stands the Zambian Embassy in Ankara is not aware that Frank Bwalya Mukuka has so far spent more than 3 months in prison and he is not allowed to be visited by anyone.
We are shocked that the Zambian Ambassador Mr Joseph Chiengi has not even taken time to intervene even after several calls from the Zambian community but the embassy doesn’t respond back.
Just a few days ago the daughter to Freedom Sikazwe arrived in Ankara Turkey and a big bash was held to welcome her at the embassy premises.
Frank Bwalya Mukuka will be sentenced in February next year for drug possessions and is likely to face more than 8 years in a Turkish Prison.

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    And to other students who are addicted to drugs please dont go and do drugs in a country that is ruled by a communist ☭ government. They don’t waste time, they kill

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    Blago 2 weeks ago

    Drugs in a Muslim country? He`s such an idiot.

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    Zambia opens diplomatic relations with countries whose real intentions it can’t work out. To start with we don’t understand their language, their history and the complexity of the society. We take their smiles during official functions as a true sign of friendship. It isn’t. I feel sorry for the boy.

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    The wages of sin is death. He reaped what he sowed. Yes…you send your children abroad at the expense of those who underprivillaged and well deserved students. This arrest is welcome. No need to for embasy to intervene prison is where Frank belongs

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    Zambiaisours 2 weeks ago

    If those drugs were not planted on him,then let him face the music.Yes the Embassy can visit him to offer consular services but justice must prevail.WORSE STILL HE IS ACCUSED OF TRAFFICKING WOMEN,WHICH IS MODERN SLAVERY(Most likely as sex slaves for those racist,ruthless moslems)!!

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    WHY SHOULD AMBASSADOR INTERVENE IN A DRUG DEALERS CASE LET HIM ROT. THE WELCOME PARTY FOR A NEW DIPLOMAT IS ACCEPTABLE