Former Information and Broadcasting Services minister Chishimba Kambwili has been involved in another road traffic accident.
Police confirmed the accident and named the causer as Reuben Zulu, 49 who was driving a Suzuki.
“We recieved a report of Road Traffic Accident which occurred at around 10:30 hours today at 22 miles, Protea junction on Great North road involving a motor vehicle Mitsubishi Pajero registration number AJD 7443 in which Honourable Chishimba Kambwili was a passenger and was being driven by Alfred Phiri aged 40 years of Kamwala South driving from north towards south direction; and another motor vehicle Suzuki registration number BAE 6389 which was being driven by Reuben Zulu aged 49 years of Chunga Lusaka, driving from east towards west,” police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo stated.
“The accident happened when the driver of the Suzuki which was joining the Great North road did not give way hence hit into the Mitsubishi Pajero which had four occupants including the driver, causing it to flip over. Honourable Chishimba Kambwili and the other occupants sustained minor injuries and were taken to UTH. The Mitsubishi Pajero had a damaged side view mirror, cracked windscreen and deformed doors, while the Suzuki had its front part extensively damaged.”
In the video above, Kambwili is seen on the roadside with onlookers and sympathizers.
On April 20, 2017, Kambwili survived another road accident which happened in Mwense district of Luapula province.
Explaining the accident, Kambwili narrated that he was going to Kawambwa for a funeral and some boys on a bicycle suddenly emerged from the bush.
He says that despite trying to avoid the boys, his driver hit them and the car over turned five times.
Kambwili narrates that although he only sustained some body pains, his brother and the boys are in a critical condition and they have been rushed to Mwense Hospital.