*Kazimu at the wedding his parents snubbed*

President Michael Sata’s son Kazimu Sata was on Tuesday afternoon involved in a fatal road accident in Ndola but his condition is not yet known.

Sources at the scene of the accident and close family members have disclosed that Kazimu was coming from his usual drinking spree when he met, what those who saw him say is a life threatening accident.

Kazimu, who is young brother to Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata, recently got married at a colourful wedding ceremony which his father Michael Sata and step mother Christine Kaseba Sata conspicuously missed.
This is the second tragedy to have hit president Sata who has been missing from public eye for close to one month now.

Just last week, Sata lost one of his many ex-wives or lovers Matildah Mutale who he had a child with.
Sata and Matilda Mutale have a grown up daughter Stella Sata, but the president has so far not been to the funeral home and it is not even clear if he has been informed about the death due to his bad health condition.
In 2008, then opposition leader Michael Sata was evacuated by the then caring late Levy Mwanawasa’s government to South Africa but one of Sata’s sons, Chilufya Sata jnr, died while he (Sata) was in critical condition and even failed to attend his son’s burial.

It is not clear if Sata has so far been informed about the son’s critical condition following the accident this afternoon in Ndola.
Sata’s whereabouts and his health condition is still a mystery as government is now being run by George Chellar through the face book page.

Sata may indeed have missed the funeral of his ex-lover Matildah, but surely must appear in public and see the condition of his son Kazimu, who is currently in critical condition.

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