Lungu deplores tribal strife
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• PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu (middle) with Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Bright Nundwe (right) and Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda, who is also the Patriotic Front Copperbelt chairperson, when he arrived at the Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport in Ndola yesterday. Picture by SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE

By STEPHANIE KUNDA –
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has reiterated that tribalism should be denounced in all corners of the country as there is only One Zambia, One Nation’.
Mr Lungu also implored chiefs to take a stand and tell politicians to behave as they will end up destroying the country.
“What is happening in Zambia has never happened before. Tribalism has never been heard of, especially in North-Western Province of all places, in this country, where the Lundas and Luvales want to go to war. When we grew up, we knew them as one people. Dr Kenneth Kaunda formed us to be ‘One Zambia, One nation,” he said.

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