K6 Billion house graft and other corrupt activities by Mulenga Sata with Chinese continue surfacing

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A Chinese road contractor known as Shu has allegedly bought a house in Kabulonga for President Michael Sata’s son Mulenga under suspicious circumstances.

According to intelligence information, Shu has bought Mulenga a house at number 4048 on Nyimba Road in Sunningdale, Kabulonga – a plush Lusaka suburb near State House – at the cost of K6 billion.

The house was bought from Guy Phiri, a Lusaka resident who is an employee of Engen Oil Company.

After buying the house, Mulenga who is Lusaka deputy mayor ordered that it should be razed and reconstructed to a level befitting a house for him as a the son of the President of Zambia.

Mulenga is now in the process of completing the new mansion which is being built by an Egyptian contractor who is paid by Shu.

Shu had penetrated State House after he used Mulenga to arrange a meeting with President Sata where they discussed various contractual deals that were expected to keep his construction company in business while the first family would receive commission for their efforts.

The sources said Shu is the same man that gave Mulenga two vehicles that were subjected to an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) but the allegations were conspicuously dropped.

The development has created friction within the ranks of Chinese contractors especially after the PF government through Mulenga awarded Shu with the project of constructing the Chalimbaba University whose foundation stone was recently laid by President Sata.

The sources have disclosed that Mulenga has been at the centre of huge sums of money that is streaming from Chinese businessmen such as Shu & Co.

When the PF was voted into office, they promised to provide more money in the pockets of people especially the poor Zambians that enthusiastically voted for them in the 2011 general elections.

However, over the past two years, the PF government seem to have withdrawn even the little income that were in people’s hands by withdrawing the fuel and maize subsidy thereby increasing the cost of living for the majority poor.

This follows the PF decision to increase the salary of President Sata thrice in the under two years in office while the members of parliament have had their salary increased twice.

The government style of the PF has caused discontent in the nation that despite ministers attempt to explain the rationale behind the removal of fuel subsidy, the favourable ratings have plummeted to their lowest since the PF government assumed office.

Zambia report

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99 Responses to K6 Billion house graft and other corrupt activities by Mulenga Sata with Chinese continue surfacing

  1. We jumped from a frying pot into a fire !!. In China, corrupt elements face the firing squad at times within hours of conviction. We may need such here to possibly deter thse criminals. SATAs clan , watch out

    kim - June 19, 2013
    07:37

  2. time will tell..we shall have him behind bars soon..

    pompwe - June 18, 2013
    15:53

  3. Is this allergy to corruption?

    Simbwindibwi - June 18, 2013
    10:18

  4. Mr Xhu got a deal to do society house at us$ 78m . He gave us$15m to Rupia and his sons, with Musokotwane also enjoying the bounty. Mulenga was given the VX to hash down the corrupt award and suspicious upfront payment for the Society House project by facilitating Mr Xhu’s access to the father were Mr Xhu bought his peace . Remember the no. plate for VX is XHU 1

    UWALENGA - June 18, 2013
    06:41

  5. Lesa tashentekwa. What you sow is what you reap. I hope someone is ready for the day of reckoning. To God be the glory

    Kunda Malanda - June 17, 2013
    21:38

  6. imwe ba Zambian Watchdog – Shu is a woman. She owns Golden Bridge hotel opposite Zesco in Lusaka

    Muntu - June 17, 2013
    18:20

    • So wat if its a lady.

      Examiner - June 18, 2013
      12:30

  7. Please take stock as these will be the first items on our agenda to be investigated and grabbed back for the state as it’s our money being used to buy all these houses through corrupt means. Mwanya Bamambala 2016 kumikaka and we shall even take the little that you first had.

    Silent Majority - June 17, 2013
    17:57

  8. Mulenga should learn a lesson from the sons of the former president RB, nothing stays for ever or what goes up must come down

    Amson - June 17, 2013
    15:08

    • Please we need to take stock of all these activities as this is our money being looted to build such mansions and should be returned back to the state in 2016 when we kick PF out of power. Basakalanyongo CNP

      Silent Majority - June 17, 2013
      17:59