Friday, 6 August 2010


Dr. Lwipa Puma
Zambian Ambassador to Ethiopia Albert Muchanga has appealed to the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) to give loans to Zambian diplomats wishing to invest back home.
Mr Muchanga says some Zambian diplomats have brilliant investment ideas but require loans from institutions like the CEEC so that they can put up tangible investments that can contribute to Zambia’s development.
This is contained in a statement received by ZANIS signed by the Embassy’s First Secretary for Press, Dorcas Chileshe.
Mr Muchanga was speaking in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia last night during a meeting with Zambian Deputy Minister for Commerce and Trade Puma Lwipa.
 Dr Lwipa who made a brief stop-over in Addis Ababa on his way from Malaysia and India where he had gone to attend investment meetings said CEEC was ready to empower Zambians with loans to start businesses as long as they presented viable business ideas.
The minister appealed to Zambian diplomats to utilize their stay in various foreign countries to look out for investment ideas which can be implemented in Zambia so that they can contribute to the country’s development.

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