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Zambian netizens ‘apologise’ to North Koreans over nukes blonde moment

By NAHASHON MUSUNGU September 27th, 2017 1 min read

Zambian netizens have cheekily “apologised” to North Korea President Kim Jong-Un following the Southern African nation’s government criticism of the Asian country’s nuclear activities.

Last week, Harry Kalaba, Zambia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, released a statement critical of North Korea nuclear test operations, including the “firing of ballistic missiles” by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

“The Government and Republic of Zambia is deeply concerned over the continued firing of ballistic missiles and nuclear tests conducted by the Democratic Republic of Korea despite international outcry to cease such activities,” Kalaba’s statement read in part.

This statement has left a number of Zambians apparently shocked and worried, with most suggesting the country would come second best in the event of a tussle between the two nations.

With this in mind, a number of Zambians have flooded the cyberspace with ‘apologetic’ messages.