PROSTITUTES in Lusaka’s Kanyama, John Laing, Chawama and Kalingalinga have offered themselves free of charge to every Jim and Jack as part of their celebration after Zambia beat Ghana 1-0.
A check by The Independent Post (TIP) at nightclubs such as Kanyama’s Kanchembele and Chine Chikayeba found long queues of men waiting to have sex with a limited number of prostitutes.
A single prostitute served nearly 11 men and there were more than 200 men wanting to celebrate Zambia’s first qualification to the Africa Cup final since 1994 in style.
The situation was the same at John Laing’s Corogo night Club which is situated just opposite John Laing Basic School. But at Corogo, a man in his mid twenties was beaten up after he took long to attain orgasm when his turn to have sex with the prostitute came.
“Yes, we beat him up because he took too long to ejaculate. We were too many on line and the guy kept on wasting time on top of the prostitute,” said an eye-witness, identified only as James.
And in Chawama as well as Kalingalinga, TIP correspondents say only a handful of prostitutes were made to serve tens of Chipolopolo fans.
10 die as Zambia celebrate
The Zambia Police Service recorded 32 accidents between Wednesday and Thursday morning following the qualification of that country’s national football team for the final of the 2012 Africa Cup Ten people were reported dead in the accident in separate incidents
Police Spokesperson Elizabeth Kanjela in a statement released to QFM says of the 32 accidents involving jubilating football fans were recorded, four were fatal accidents and twelve were serious accidents in which 31 people were seriously injured.
Ms Kanjela says seven were slight accidents in which 16 people were slightly injured while 16 were damages.
She says in Lusaka alone 20 accidents of which one was fatal and one life was lost were recorded, while on the Copperbelt nine accidents were recorded of which one was fatal and one life was lost.
In Mazabuka three soccer fans died after being hit by a vehicle while celebrating Zambia’s qualification to the AFCON finals.
More than twenty other fans are battling for their lives in Mazabuka General Hospital.
The trio died after an unregistered golf car rammed into them near radio Mazabuka.
The incident happened just a few minutes after Zambia booked a place into the final of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.
The soccer fans most of them boys and girls from nearby compounds took to the streets singing victory songs after the match.
The fans were knocked down by a fast moving car as they descended into town from Radio Mazabuka were they had gone to register their excitement leaving 3 of them dead while more than 20 are battling for their lives at Mazabuka district hospital.
Mazabuka Mayor Lloyd Buumba and the town clerk Erof Hangoma were among the people that rushed to the hospital to check on the casualties.
Among the dead are 2 boys and 1 girl whose parents were not known by 23 hours.
A check at MAzabuka district hospital around 21:00 hours found medical officers attending to a huge number of casualties while the police had a tough times controlling soccer fans clad in national colours and sympathizers that thronged the hospital to check for relatives among casualties.