BRITISH High Commissioner to Zambia Nicholas Woolley says he was honoured to have President Hakainde Hichilema as the first to sign in Queen Elizabeth II’s book of condolence. High Commissioner Woolley was speaking at the Lusaka National Museum in commemoration of the Queen’s funeral, Monday. “Here in Zambia I wish to thank the many people who have come to sign the condolence book at the British High Commission and my residence. Their kind words, sympathies, and in some cases, their memories of meeting Her Majesty and other members of the Royal Family, have meant a lot and have been gratefully received. I was deeply honoured that President Hichilema was the first person to sign the condolence book. It was a…...

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