Hichilema, Zambia’s New President, will Work From A Private Residence

Hichilema, Zambia's New President, will Work From A Private Residence
Hichilema, Zambia’s New President, will Work From A Private Residence

 

Zambia’s country new president, Hakainde Hichilema, will not move from his private residence to the State House This is despite the fact that his predecessor Edgar Lungu left the facility this week.

The former president is now renting a home owned by China-based Zambian soccer player Stopilla Sunzu, according to local media reports.

Hichilema Party Secretary-General Batuke Amanda is quoted as saying that while the new head of state will work at State House, he will continue to live in his private residence, which is called Community House.

“As he said before taking office, our president will continue to live in his home in New Kasama. He feels most comfortable at Community House. When you compare the two places, his house is better,

The announcement that Mr. Hichilema will not occupy the House of Representatives comes after Lungu, who was defeated by more than a million votes in the August 12 elections, tweeted a farewell message saying that he carries ” great memories “of the time he spent in the Government House: