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Zambia Opposition Leader Denies Insulting President Sata

Zambia’s government has charged a Roman Catholic priest with insulting President Michael Sata and inciting people to violence against his administration. Zambian laws restrict citizens from using abusive language or defaming the sitting president. During a recent radio interview, Father Frank Bwalya called President Sata a “crooked sweet potato” which in the local Bemba language can be translated as meaning the country’s leader refuses to listen to advice. Speaking to VOA Bwalya...

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