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WATCH | Zambia’s First Lady in Tears at the Increasing Number of Murders in Her Country (Video)

Zambia’s First Lady Esther Lungu on Tuesday February 18 burst into tears and fell to her knees as she appealed to end the free killings in her country.

Unknown persons target innocent people, including children, and explode them with an unidentified gas which leaves them, first unconscious, then kills them. Zambian police are still apprehending those responsible for the killings.


Tuesday, at a meeting with women leaders in the country, Ms. Lungu expressed her emotions by falling to the ground and crying, calling on all stakeholders to become more involved in ending the killings.

“I make a serious appeal to the people behind this gassing – to the point of gassing innocent schoolchildren, innocent families. It is indeed a shame, ”she said in tears.

Recall that in 2014, the former First Lady of Nigeria, Patience Jonathan, also cried in the state house of Abuja when she spoke of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped and the killings in the Northeast.

Watch a video of the Zambian first lady crying and appealing below…


Written by How Africa

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