Saboi Imboela

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Saboi Imboela
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Saboi Imboela

(1977-10-10) October 10, 1977 (age 46)
Alma mater
OccupationSinger, Political activist
RelativesEdwin Imboela (Father)

Saboi Imboela (born 10 October 1977) is a Zambian singer and political activist. In the late '90s she teamed up with long time friend Barbara Njovu and formed a music duo called Shatel. They first featured on Mondo Music's Rhythm Nation Project with a track called Niswalele in 2000. Prior to this, the duo performed at the Women in Music Talent Show in 1996 and at the International Conference for AIDS and STDs in Africa hosted in Lusaka.

Early life and education

Saboi was born on 10 October 1977. Her father was Edwin Imboela, a renowned police officer after whom Edwin Imboela Stadium was named.

She graduated from the University of Zambia with a Master's Degree in Political Science.

Music career


Solo career

Political career

See also


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