Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure Development Permanent Secretary Eng Charles Mushota says it is not true that the retirement house for former president Rupiah Banda was built at a cost of K5 million, revealing that the mansion actually gobbled US$2.5 million (about K30 million). After President Edgar Lungu handed hover the lavish abode for the ex-president, Zambians took to social media, questioning how a toll plaza named after Michael Sata would cost US$4.3 million, while a clearly affluent mansion cosy only K5 million, as earlier repotted when the former President demanded for cash from government so that he could build his own house. In an interview with News Diggers! Eng Mushota noted that people were speculating without facts, and went…...

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