President Michael Sata has arrived back in Zambia after being away for five days on a private visit, ZNBC has reported.
According to ZNBC news monitored by Zambian Eye, President Sata arrived in the country morning on Thursday. He landed at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka at 6am aboard a British Airways plane.
The president was accompanied by his wife – Dr. Kaseba, State House spokesperson, George Chellah and others. He was welcomed by Agriculture Minister Emmanuel Chenda who has been acting as president and Vice president Guy Scott.
It is not clear where the president was coming from but when he left the country his spokesperson announced that he was going to UK.