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Mr Nalumino Mundia was born in 1927. He was a veteran Zambian politician. His most notable position is that of Prime Minister of Zambia. He was chosen on 18 February 1981 as Prime Minister, replacing Mr Daniel Lisulo, who had become an outspoken critic of UNIP (United National Independence Party) policies, the then ruling party. Mr Mundia served as Prime Minister of Zambia until 24 April 1985.
Later he served as Zambia's Ambassador to the United States, Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, and several other countries. He died in USA, on November 9, 1988, of a heart attack after collapsing at a diplomatic function. He is survived by his wife and six children.
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