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It is not African debating President Sata’s health – Nawakwi

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Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) president Edith Nawakwi has taken a swipe at politicians trying to make political capital out of the debate on President Michael Sata’s health.


Ms Nawakwi says it is strange and unAfrican for any politician to try to politicize the President’s health.

Ms. Nawakwi has told Qfm News in a telephone interview that she finds the debate on the president’s health as the most disturbing.

She states that it is normal for anybody to take leave when one has had a strenuous work schedule such as the one the President has.

Ms Nawakwi adds that it is a statutory entitlement for the head of State to take leave in any way he is comfortable with.

She says it is becoming a matter of concern to see some politicians using the debate on the President’s wellbeing to gain political mileage.

The FDD leader has since cautioned fellow politicians to avoid dig holes for each other or risk falling in the same hole they are digging.

Ms. Nawakwi says the political club is very small hence the need for politicians to wish each other well and good health.

She has further encouraged Zambians to continue praying for the good health of President Sata and for the almighty God to give him strength.


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