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Ex-President Lungu sued over alleged failure to pay K336,000 for campaign materials


Former President Edgar Chagwa Lungu has been sued by a Lusaka businesman for alleged failure to pay campaign materials worth K336,000.

Happy Mwaba Mwangata sued the former President at the Lusaka Small Claims Court to compel him to pay the debt.

Mwangata stated that during the 2016 general elections he supplied campaign materials which included branded caps and wrist watches to the then PF Presidential candidate, Lungu, valued at K336,000.

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He claimed that several attempts to collect the debt from the defendant during his tenure as President and after he left had proved difficult as he has constantly been blocked by Lungu’s side, Chanda.

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