FORMER defence minister Davies Chama says the presidential Gulfstream is now a secondhand property and will probably be sold at a discounted price. On Tuesday, President Hakainde Hichilema said government had started the process of selling the presidential Gulfstream in an effort to recover the $193 million the PF government spent on it. But in an interview, Chama said President Hichilema would lose nothing by using the plane. “Even when he made that statement when he was in opposition, ZAF issued a statement, that is a government property and in any case, it will be second hand and it will not attract the same value. It has been used, it is a second hand property, so if he wants to…...

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