CHITIMUKULU reveals that he HAD reconciled with SATA before his death

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sosalaParamount Chief Chitimukulu designate Henry Kanyanta Sosala has revealed that he and late Republican President Michael Sata had reconciled their perceived differences long before the former Head of State passed on.
He said the reconciliation was evident by the late President’s decision to honour him for distinguished national service at the investiture ceremony held on Independence Day in Kasama.
Mr. Sosala said currently the Bemba Royal Establishment was enjoying a good relationship with the PF government after some succession disputes between the two parties.
Mr. Sosala was speaking yesterday when some PF campaign team led by Mr. Lungu’s media spokesperson Emmanuel Mwamba paid a courtesy call on him at his palace in Malole.
Mr Sosala said that he was ready to welcome Patriotic Front (PF) President Edgar Lungu to Northern Province.
Mr. Sosala said Mr. Lungu is free to seek blessings from him, just like other Presidential aspirants who have so far visited his palace.
PF President Edgar Lungu is today expected to meet the Paramount Chief Chitimukulu designate before holding a public rally in Kasama.
And Mr. Mwamba thanked the Paramount Chief designate for the warm reception accord to him and his delegation.