Sometimes in life blessing coming on the way for you might present itself in a very controversial manner.
This is the case with a Zambian man identified as Mr. John Zulu whose video of him pulling a his Chinese employer in a trolley had gone viral on various social media platforms as he has been given a new job.
The video had caused serious outcry over what people called racism and demanded serious actions be taken by the authorities.
I reported yesterday how the current Mayor of Lusaka Mr Miles Sampa had to locate the shop at Carousel Mall yesterday after receiving series of complains from Zambians and met the victim who told him his ordeal. He was said to have pulled his White Boss on a trolley for about 50 metres from 9am to 4pm in between their 2 shops in the same corridor.
The Mayor then put Mr Zulu in the trolley and pulled him the same distance to demonstrate that no human deserve to be treated inhumanely no matter his color.
The Mayor thereafter promised to report the case to the appropriate authorities upon completion of his investigation.
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