Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo has suggested building a mini State House in Ndola for President Lungu to use when visiting the Copperbelt. The new State House would be built on a plot that currently holds a ministerial house, which needs to be demolished, as it is in a deplorable state. Lusambo told the Mast that this is why he is living somewhere else. However, the ministerial house is sitting on a 7.5-hectare plot, which is perfect for a president. When the republican president currently visits the Copperbelt, he stays at the Presidential Guest House in Kitwe, which underwent extensive renovations a few years back. However, due to its location in Ndeke Township, it constitutes a nightmare for Lungu’s security personnel. There are also presidential guesthouses in Kabelenga in Ndola and in Luanshya, but their states of repair were not mentioned. Works and Supply Minister Mathew Nkhuwa promised to look into the matter.