Str!p club coming to Lusaka? Social media abuzz, as entertainment space likely to ‘bubble’


Social media has been set ablaze by news that a Lusaka businessman has reportedly been awarded a “Str!p club” license, to open at Lewanika Mall next month.

Comments from social media followers expressing different opinions have flooded the Facebook page with some in support of the idea while others are against it.

The following are some of the comments:

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“We will support them. Ine am looking for a job, that has always been my dream career” from one follower.

Another one commented, “We shall support him, he needs our support to create jobs they promised and feed his family too.”

Those against posted, “This is an absurdity! Stop it! Leave such to open culture countries like South Africa.

“I remember years back between 2008 and 2019 a business man from Congo wanted to open one but he was denied by government Zambia being a Christian nation.”

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