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Allow me to comment on goats to Saudi Arabia export project which may not dead in the water after all.

At Lusaka’s COMESA market, business is controlled by thugs called Kabeshas.

This breed of heavies is more to be dreaded than the infamous Jerabos.

Farmers must worship them, or perish. Farmers will transport goats from the reaches of the country, only to sell them for about the transport money.

Kabeshas will resell the animals in the afternoon at thrice the price.

It seems Zambia has invested so much in hooligans and thugs than anything else, Jerabos, karavinas, kabeshas, etc.

We have no regulated goat market in Zambia apart from the trading post set up by the kabeshas near Chibolya Compound and we feel we are ready to export,. Shangrila!!!!!!!!



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