Musician and activist Fumba Chama, popularly known as Pilato, has been arrested after he returned from self-imposed exile in South Africa. Pilato left Zambia in early January after receiving threats in response to his song Koswe Mumpoto (rat in the pot), which was interpreted as criticising President Edgar Lungu and his ruling Patriotic Front ministers.
Musician and Activist Pilato Must Be Released Immediately and Unconditionally
AI London, 16 May 2018
The arrest of musician and activist Fumba Chama, also known as ‘Pilato’, is a shocking demonstration of how far the Zambian government is prepared to go to strangle all… Read more »
Rapper Fumba Chama aka Pilato.
Pilato Demands University Re-Opening
Zambia Reports, 8 February 2018
With Higher Education Minister Nkandu Luo staying put on the University of Zambia (UNZA) and the Copperbelt University (CBU) remaining closed social commentator Chama Fumba has… Read more »
Popular Zambian musician and activist Fumba Chama has fled the country after receiving death threats over his song, Koswe Mumpoto (Rat in the Pot), which has been interpreted as ... Read more »
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