Ndambo apologises for alleging that govt fired twerking nurses

AFRICA Union Holdings chairman James Ndambo on Saturday retracted his statement and apologised for indicating that four nurses were dismissed from government “for life” for twerking in a viral video. Speaking during the Miss My Home Town beauty pageant grand finale, Saturday, Ndambo said his company would adopt the twerking nurses and sponsor them to go to the United States of America where they would be free. “Not long ago, I read of an incident in Zambia where four nurses were dismissed for life because they were twerking on social media where Government chased them from school, therefore the four students will be adopted and will be supposored in the united states of america free education, he further insisted to say if people could help him allocate the four students it will be great.