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1. Frederick, born 1943, president of Zambia since 1991.
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Noun1.Chiluba - a member of a Bantu people in southeastern CongoChiluba - a member of a Bantu people in southeastern Congo
Belgian Congo, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zaire - a republic in central Africa; achieved independence from Belgium in 1960
Bantu - a member of any of a large number of linguistically related peoples of Central and South Africa
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Explosive evidence in the form of bank documents emerged, reliably showing that this Zamtrop account served as a financial device utilized by Chiluba to siphon off huge amounts from Zambia, forming the hub of a massive web of financial corruption directly involving him.
Choreographer Arthur Chiluba much-awaited collabo, Say I, with Jamaican reggae icon artiste Maxi Priest is finally out.
In the 1990s, TV preacher Pat Robertson and several leaders of the Christian Reconstructionist movement--a fringe Religious Right faction that openly calls for "biblical law" in America--became enamored of Frederick Chiluba, who at the time was president of the central African nation of Zambia.
The late Frederick Chiluba of Zambia, Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria and Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal employed similar strategies, albeit with no success.
Years later, it is understood, Botswana's President Sir Ketumile Masire and Mr Fredrick Chiluba of Zambia talked about the possibility of a rail link between the two countries.
Precedents to the history that the MDC came close to making in Zimbabwe were set in Zambia by the victory of Frederick Chiluba's Movement for Multi-Democracy (MMD) over Kenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party (UNIP) in 1991 and in Malawi by Bakili Muluzi's United Democratic Front (UDF) when it triumphed over Kamuzu Banda's Malawi Congress Party (MCP) in 1994.
Chiluba. The Declaration functions as a national foundation for Pentecostalism and populist politics in contemporary Zambian society.
But the former president, voted resoundingly out of office by his economically suffering people when they were given a choice in 1991, has had strained relations with the government of President Frederick Chiluba who succeeded him.
(4.) Jacobs C, Chiluba C, Phiri C, Lisulo MM, Chomba M, Hill PC, et al.
In September 1998, President Frederick Chiluba of Zambia was mandated by SADC to mediate the conflict (Swart and Solomon 2004).