President Sata cut-short his holiday flies back home

President Sata in a plane

President Sata in Chopper at KK International Airport in en-route to State House

Zambia’s President Michael Sata cut short his working holiday in London and arrived back home on Saturday.

President arrived shortly after 2pm local time aboard an Amirates Airlines Plane at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.

He by Acting President Alexander Chikwanda, Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba and Heads of Security wings.

He was supposed to be on holiday for 14 days after attending the African Union Summit in Ethiopia.

President Sata’s holiday raised debate in the country as his destination was initially not made public. There were also reports by Zambian Watchdog, a critical Online Publication that he was heading to India and then London for medication.

The opposition also demanded to know the whereabouts of the President.

The Zambian leader had to tell the nation via a telephone on the country’s broadcasting channel that he was well and meeting investors in London.

President Sata told the nation that he would fly back to Zambia this weekend contrary to reports by his Press Aide earlier that he would be in London for two weeks.