Dual Citizenship. Is It Beneficial For Zambia And Zambians?

Crossfire Blog Radio is a blog talk radio show which aims to entertain and inform the public while staying true to the ethics of proffesionalism. The show features diverse topics primarily touching on Zambian, African and world politics.  The show is broadcast live to the world from Sheffield, England. The objective of Crossfire Blog Radio is to give a platform for people to debate issues that will be beneficial to Zambia, be it social, economical, political, educational, gender equality etc. As stated on the website:

  • We shall always champion issues that will create and promote a better Zambia .
  • We shall always encourage people to be objective and respectful in their debates as well as tolerant towards views that are different from theirs.
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The show also provides various ways to connect with the host including by phone at 00(1)347 838 8065 (USA) or 00(44) 114 360 1992 (UK), Skype on Mueti2004 and is broadcast live in Livingstone on Zambezi FM Radio 107.7

This week’s episode featured a panel of Zambians in the diaspora as the issue of dual citizenship was discussed. Dual nationality is something most Zambian governments in power have promised but never delivered . On the panel, Thandi Chihana (UK) , Sanday KC (Bangladesh), Chasaya Sichilima (Canada), Daniel Mwamba (UK Zambians), Musamba Chama (UK) and Isaac Mwanza (Zambia People’s Parliament) discussed the pros and cons of allowing dual nationality for Zambians in the diaspora and how it would benefit the country.

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One Response to Dual Citizenship. Is It Beneficial For Zambia And Zambians?

  1. jay m February 29, 2012 at 8:22 pm #

    As a Zambian outside of the country, I have been hoping for this to pass because it will help the people, like me, who really want to keep their Zambian Nationality, but it is beneficial for them to become citizens of the country in which they are residing.

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