Wakuu huyo mpambanaji ananifurahisha na kunitia moyo sana!kila siku anakuja na kitu kipya na kinafanyiwa kazi vilivyo,vipi tukiwa na Rais kama huyu hapa kwetu! President Michael Sata has apologised to Angola over what he called the decision by the former ruling party MMD to side with the late former rebel leader Jonas Savimbi during the civil war in that country. During the regime of late Fredrick Chiluba, Angola almost attacked Zambia accusing it of supplying arms to the then rebel movement UNITA. War was only avoided after the intervention of then South African president Nelson Mandela, Zimbabwes Robert Mugabe, King Mswati and Namibia Sam Nujoma. Zambia, under Chiluba dismissed the allegations. The allegations were never proved though the relations with the two countries became severely restrained. Michael Sata was then minister without portfolio, number three in government. The relationships between the two countries has however been repaired and Angola never made any more accusations. Zambia continued sheltedring refugees in Zambia as testimony of good relations.