The Zambian government has denied reports about President Edgar Lungu's plans to build a mansion in eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland. The allegations were circulating on social media, raising concerns about why Lungu is buying property abroad, and who exactly is paying for it. The government says Lungu received a piece of land as a gift from the Royal Kingdom of eSwatini, but denied construction of a house.
Nothing Sinister About Lungu Swaziland Gift - Govt
Zambia Reports, 17 May 2018
State House spokesperson Amos Chanda says there is no impropriety involved in the transaction involving a gift of a piece of land given to President Edgar Lungu in the Royal… Read more »
President Edgar Lungu and Mswati III, the King of Swaziland (file photo).
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