By Kelvin Muzelenga
The Africa Union Holding Group of Companies has offered to adopt the student nurses that were dismissed for twerking and send them to live in the United States of America.
Organization Chairman, James Ndambo, explains that it is sad that the four could be dismissed for merely dancing, especially that Zambia proclaims to be a free country.
Ndambo says that the four will be compensated for any monetary benefits that they forfeited from the time they were dismissed before relocating them to the USA, a land he describes as free.
He has since directed his organisation’s co-founder and My Home Town International Spokesperson, Dr. Toni Luck to locate the nurses and facilitate their way to the USA.
Ndambo said this in his address at the Miss My Home Town Beauty Pageant in Choma, Saturday night.
The student nurses from Chilonga Nursing School were expelled following a video showing them twerking in the out-patient department at Chilonga Mission Hospital.
Meanwhile, Southern Province Minister Cornelius Mweetwa clarified that the four student nurses who were dismissed by their School were reinstated by Health Minister, Sylvia Masebo.
Mweetwa noted that the students are currently back attending classes, pledging that government will facilitate for liberty and freedoms for every citizen.
The Minister however stated that the offer to take the student nurses will remain, saying that they may finish their studies in United States of America. – Byta FM