SUSPENDED UPND Lusaka Province deputy chairperson for administration Saul Cornhill says he is more than willing to apologise over his “imbwa za pa UNZA” remark, clarifying that it had nothing to do with students or the “innocent UNZA staff”. The UPND suspended Cornhill on Tuesday over his statement and further warned party members to desist from issuing remarks which bring the party and the government into disrepute. UPND secretary general Batuke Imenda distanced the ruling party from Cornhill’s remark, saying it was not only disrespectful to the government, but an insult to the President who also went to UNZA. And on Monday evening, some University of Zambia students also protested, demanding that they want Cornhill to go and apologise to…...

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