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“I actually don’t have a very interesting life, it is quite boring. I also love horseback riding, eating and cooking, I actually love good food,” she said. “I have 17 siblings and I love all of them and they are so dear to me. I also three elder sisters and four younger sisters, three elder brothers and a younger one,” she said.
I know some people feel like I always have a gas when I wake up. Iris also clarified that she is still interested in running for public office but feared that Zambian politics are not yet attractive for young people like her.
“I have come out that 2011 fiasco as a stronger person.
It’s not a bad thing, it has brought me so much goodness and I now I know so many people out of that.
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About Us Zambian PEN was established in 2004 and runs an extensive programme of literary events, including ‘Story Time’ events for the whole family.
“I know one day I will run and serve in a public office but today’s politics in Zambia are cut throat.
They all want to have a piece of action and that is not fair.” Iris who has become a something of a sensation with most of her male followers on social media has posted some revealing photos of her curvy body and heavy boobs on her Instagram account.
Iris Kaingu has revealed that she has not been dating for over four years because she finds most Zambian men not genuine.
And Iris who became famous in 2012 when her sex tape leaked and went viral on the internet says her dream is to marry Prince Harry.
Since I got back from England, most people who come after me are not genuine and I am still assessing them,” she said. Asked whether that was a fairy tale, Iris said she believes everything is possible in life.
Iris said the 2011 sex tape scandal has made her a better person.The Centre is also collaborating on a ‘Power in the Voice’ project which is running in different countries of Southern Africa, a mentoring programme that identifies young local talent and encourages writers to realise their full potential.