OPPOSITION Economic Front leader Wynter Kabimba has charged that President Hakainde Hichilema refused to move into State House because he is highly superstitious and believes that former president Edgar Lungu left charms in there. And Kabimba says he has given the government a seven-day ultimatum to explain who authorised a private and foreign firm to audit the Zambia defence wings, failure to which he will seek judicial review. Speaking at a joint media briefing by opposition political parties, Wednesday, Kabimba said superstition was common among African Presidents. “I want to start by recommending a book entitled ‘waiting for wild beasts to vault’. This book describes how African presidents are superstitious. You will find in this book how a whole host…...

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