Zambian First Lady reported to 911 that Sata died in his New York Hotel room
The Zambian Watchdog has been informed that First lady Christine Kaseba is the one who sent a distress call for emergency help that President Michael Sata died.
On Thursday some sections of the media reported that Sata had died in his hotel room (http://www.newsweek.com/where-zambias-president-273406).
The Zambian government reacted angrily disputing the story and Vice president Guy Scott personally expressed displeasure with the media and the New York police whose officials also confirmed the death but a Zambia intelligence source says that Sata had actually almost died and his condition still remains unstable.
“Dr. Kaseba, (a medical doctor) together with the President’s personal doctors realized that her husband’s condition was terrible and even passed on hence her distress call to 911, calling for emergency help. It was at that time that the American doctors rushed to the hotel and took over the treatment, luckily enough they were able to resuscitate him though his chances of survival still remain at 50-50,” said the source.
The source also said that the New York Police was not happy about the Zambian government’s reaction and that if pushed too far, they are even able to release the recording where Dr. Kaseba reported Sata’s death, as all calls to the emergency number are recorded.
President Sata’s son, Mulenga yesterday held a press conference at which he demonised all people that were behind the story of his father’s death.
Mulenga went as far as saying that he had spoken to his father in the morning but failed to disclose when he would return.
We eagerly wait for President sata’s healthy return after the end of the UN General assembly. Zambia Watchdog