Sata ends days of speculations

President Michael Sata has arrived back home from unknown destination but aboard British Airways flight BA 0255 Monday morning ending days of speculations about his whereabouts.

He arrived at about 6am local time when the British Airline that came direct from UK landed at Kenneth Kaunda International airport.

The President was welcomed by his Vice president Guy Scott, Defence Minister Geophrey Mwamba, his Home Affairs counterpart Edgar Lungu and Defence Chiefs. He was then driven to the chopper which flew him direct to State House.

President Sata missing after attending the AU Summit in Ethiopia had raised alot of concern with stakeholders demanding to know where he was. But the government issued a statement Friday night that President Sata was well and reflecting in a secret location.