Kebby Musokotwane

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Kebby Sililo Kambu Musokotwane (5 May 1946 – 11 February 1996) was a politician from Zambia. He was a member of the United National Independence Party and one of the closest allies of former President Kenneth Kaunda. Musokotwane served as the 5th Prime Minister of Zambia from 24 April 1985 until 15 March 1989. He then became secretary-general of the UNIP. When Kaunda stepped down as President of the party in 1992, following the party's election defeat in 1991, Musokotwane was elected President of the party, with Kaunda's support. In 1993 he was embroiled in scandal when he admitted that a radical faction of the party was conspiring to topple the new government of Frederick Chiluba. He died on 11 February 1996.[1]


  1. ^ The International Who's Who 1996-97 - 96-97 60th - Google Books. Retrieved 2012-01-11 – via Google Books.
Preceded by
Nalumino Mundia
Prime Minister of Zambia
Succeeded by
Malimba Masheke
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