ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka
AT A time when toddlers of his age played and engaged in all sorts of things, newly-appointed Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo was either busy with school work or helping with house chores.
This is despite the fact that his parents’ home had a maid and gardener assigned to execute such duties.
At the Kasolo home, it never rained but poured when it came to school work because there was no compromise.
Coming out second in class examinations was not good enough and attracted punishment.
As if that was not enough, discipline was the order of the day and anything short of it attracted stiff punishment.
Just like any child growing up in such an environment would not be elated with such a development, the Kasolo brothers and sister resented this.http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/