GBM heads to South Africa to visit Kazimu Sata and Muyofu Musambachime

Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba - GBM
Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba - GBM

Dear Fellow Citizens,

My wife Chama and I have this afternoon left for South Africa to check on Kazimu Sata and Muyofu Musambachime who sustained injuries after the vehicle they were travelling in overturned opposite Moba Hotel in Kitwe.

Our prayer is for Zambians to stand together in good times as well as in bad times. There comes a time to put aside our differences and help carry each other’s burden. We need one another, so lets continue forging bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood as Zambians.

Our prayer for Kazimu and Musambachime, including other accident victims is for steady progress and God’s blessings.

Last but not least, our warm thoughts go to all those families across Zambia experiencing the pain of nursing loved ones, including those who have lost their family members and friends.

May God Bless Zambia.

Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba – GBM


  1. These people are public figures who being watched by every one.The people should know about what is going on. Pls it is not blowing trumpets about them selves.

  2. What GBM has done is what Zambians should learn to do,to forget the past and love one another. But He could have started with state house.He has not said any thing about it.The president was sick.Let him be visited too.