Alexander Grey Zulu

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Alexander Grey Zulu (born 3 September 1924) is a retired Zambian politician.

Zulu was born in Chipata. He was subsequently educated at Munali Secondary School in Lusaka.[1]

After serving in several positions, Zulu was appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry 1964; Minister of Transport and Works 1964; Minister of Mines and Cooperatives 1965-67; Minister of Home Affairs 1967-70; Minister of Defence 1970-73; Secretary General of the Party (equivalent to vice president) 1973-78; Secretary of State for Defense and Security 1979-85; Secretary General 1986-1991.

He has four sons and four daughters.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zambia: Memoirs of a Moral And Political Leader". allAfrica. Retrieved 25 October 2010.