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Dumisco Ndabangwa

Volume 978: debated on Wednesday 13 February 1980

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asked the Lord Privy Seal whether the British High Commission in Lusaka was aware that Dumisco Ndabangwa was head of ZIPRA military intelligence when it issued him with a United Kingdom passport to enable him to visit Moscow as a British subject.

The High Commission in Lusaka issued Mr. Ndabangwa with four passports between 1966 and 1979. When the last two passports were issued, in 1978 and 1979, the High Commission was aware that he was head of ZIPRA military intelligence. The Government did not take the view that Mr. Ndabangwa's position constituted grounds for denying him a British passport.