Chiluba

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a member of a Bantu people in southeastern Congo

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MMD candidate Frederick Chiluba resoundingly carried the presidential election over Kenneth Kaunda with 81% of the vote.
The elections mark a major triumph for the previous president, Frederick Chiluba, as it is now widely perceived in Zambia that Mwanawasa is a handpicked puppet of Chiluba's and that business may very well carry on 'as usual'.
A summit between Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori and Zambian President Frederick Chiluba, initially scheduled for Tuesday in Tokyo, has been postponed to Wednesday afternoon, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said Monday.
Zambian President Frederick Chiluba said in an opening address that not only efforts and resources but also political will is important in the battle against infectious diseases.
Zambian president Frederick Chiluba, left, who brokered the agreement to end Congo's year-long civil war, had sent his minister of state to Kisangani to talk to the rebels.
His successor as president, Frederick Chiluba, has denied there is a witchhunt against Kaunda.
On October 31, 1991, the MMD's standard bearer, Frederick Chiluba, won a stunning 75 percent of the vote, ousting President Kenneth Kaunda.
Further, in what was interpreted as sheer political vindictiveness, the government of Frederick Chiluba declared Kaunda 'stateless', threatening him with deportation.
On May 4, 2007, a British court found former President Frederick Chiluba and several others liable in a civil suit for misappropriating $41 million of public resources.
Kaunda was released from jail in Kabwe yesterday evening and flown to his home in the capital Lusaka, where he was placed under house arrest on the orders of President Frederick Chiluba.
The response by President Frederick Chiluba of Zambia to President Mandela of South Africa's opening speech at September's Southern African Development Community (SADC) heads of state meeting in Blantyre, Malawi, once more highlighted Chiluba as a head of state whose understanding of the basic realities of international politics is apparently manifestly weak and poorly informed.
When, in 1991, Zambia changed to multiparty politics under former President Frederick Chiluba, his government liberalised the economy and removed agriculture subsidies in compliance with International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank aid conditionalities.
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