Suspended UNZA students asks for forgiveness

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The seven suspended University of Zambia students that participated in a riot in June have asked for forgiveness from President Edgar Lungu.

The suspended student say they are repentant and regret their behaviour.

One of the students Richard Malambo who spoke on behalf of his colleagues also pleaded with the public to pardon them.

Mr. Malambo a fourth-year student has appealed that their suspension be lifted and promise that they will be better students.

And another student, Kakonde Muzungu said they have learnt a lot from the suspension.

And, Pillars of Peace National Youth Coordinator, Winfred Chilufya appealed to President Lungu and Minister of Higher Education Nkandu Luo to heed to the calls made by the students adding that their families depend on them.

The seven students include Lifuke Muyenga, Winner Mwiinga, Kerris Habwacha, Ben Muwela and Paul Mwauluka.

Lusaka Times