Eight people die in a Road accident in Kalamo

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The remains of the Noah car

The remains of the Noah car

Eight people have died in a road accident in Kalomo district when a Noah bus collided with a Land rover Discovery.

And Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Chishimba Kambwili who confirmed the death of the eight people says government is unhappy with the loss of so many lives in a collision yesterday

Mr. Kambwili has told ZNBC news in a statement that the death of seven members of one Zambian family and a Chinese national is deeply regretted.

He says government has since directed the Road Development Agency -RDA to take steps to address the causes of increased incidents of road accidents in most of the newly built roads.

Mr. Kambwili who is Chief government spokesperson says all necessary steps must be taken to reduce the tragedies.

The Minister has also appealed to all motorists to exercise maximum caution to ensure safety for all road users.

Mr. Kambwili has on behalf of President Edgar Lungu stated that the loss of so many lives in a collision is deeply upsetting.

He says Government has sent messages of condolences to the bereaved families and wished them God’s grace during their time of grief.

Meanwhile, Freedom Fighter Daudy Chindindindi has died. Mr Chindindindi- 90 of Lusaka’s Chilanga district, died on Sunday at Lusaka Trust Hospital.

Family Spokesperson Mcdonald Chindindindi announced this in a statement in Lusaka.

He is survived by a wife Mary, sixteen Children, several grand and great grand Children.

Mr Chindindindi was councillor for Nega Nega ward 16 in Southern Province from 1965 to 1974.

Burial arrangements will be announced later.

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3 Responses to Eight people die in a Road accident in Kalamo

  1. Government should buy confins and bury the dead like they have done in other areas. The road is not knew Mr. Kambwili it is one of the roads that need attention.

    Chindindindi’s family my condolences and God comfort you as you morn the old man. He was a real tonga bull. His legancy will live long as he helped lift the standards of education during his prime life.

    Mainza
    May 5, 2015 at 7:22 am
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    • Comment…mainza, Chindindindi wasn’t Tonga..we are tumbuka originally from Malawi..kindly do your research. the fact that we can speak Tonga does not make us Tonga

      shasha
      February 20, 2016 at 1:15 pm
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  2. Mainza stop politicking wen it comes to such serious issues.I have seen some of your comments are purely political .Learn to be serious.

    Polepole
    May 5, 2015 at 9:42 am
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