Masebo took “humble” Sata for granted

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File: Masebo (r) with Chieftainess Nkomesha and and Sata

File: Masebo (r) with Chieftainess Nkomesha and and Sata

 

“Sylvia Masebo got herself fired because of her loose hot tongue.

Impeccable Witness sources have confirmed to Zambian Witness an Online News Publication that Sylvia Masebo started the week in a very combative mood following the aftermath heat of the tribunal set up to probe her abuse of authority at the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA).
During a Cabinet sitting last week Monday, Masebo geared into combat mood as she truned out loud-mouthed accusing other ministers of “trying to kill President Sata.”
To the chagrin of her fellow ministers present in the meeting, Masebo kept on making vague references to her time during the Late Levy Mwanawasa’s administration as she kept saying “During the days of Levy, we used to..” without really making her point.
Masebo is later reported to have stormed the President’s office, accosting him with her vehement insistence that there was not enough confidentiality at State House. She said this referring to the letter leaked to the Daily Nation in which President Sata had written to her to avail written evidence to back her testimony at the tribunal that he had ordered her to disband the ZAWA board.
The source added that Masebo stormed out of the offices, reprimanding President Sata’s secretaries on her way out. It was at this point that the President ordered her dismissal. Efforts by ministers Emmanuel Chenda and Wynter Kabimba to get the President to rescind his decision yielded nothing over the next two days.
The report on the findings of the tribunal has been released and presented to the President.

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5 Responses to Masebo took “humble” Sata for granted

  1. Nowonder people talk. Look at how close Sat is to the chieftainess’ leg. As if it is his wife. You dont……

    Nox
    March 27, 2014 at 3:14 pm
    Reply

  2. Sylvia walibomfya gal power.

    Dude
    March 28, 2014 at 3:59 pm
    Reply

  3. Naibukisha Chanda Chimba……He warned us all

    humprey
    March 28, 2014 at 5:01 pm
    Reply

  4. What is chiefs’ role in modern Zambia? they seem so irrelevant

    Elize
    March 28, 2014 at 7:28 pm
    Reply

  5. CHANDA CHIMBA WALITWEBELE PALI MR SNAKE, DON’T WORRY 2016 TWALAKONKA IFYO WATWEBELE

    EMMANUEL CHAMA
    March 30, 2014 at 8:07 am
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