President Sata’s campaign trail in pictures

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President Michael Sata walking to the rally arena upon arrival at meembe basic school grounds to drum up suport for the patriotic front candidate for the kapiri mposhi bye election Eddie Musonda , with his is (PF) general secretary Wynter Kabimba in lukanga swamps chipepo ward.
President Michael Sata and PF general secretary Winter Kabimba walking to the rally arena upon arrival at Meembe basic school grounds to drum up support for the Patriotic front candidate for the Kapiri Mposhi by election Eddie Musonda.

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President Michael Sata greeting the patriotic front members upon arrival at meembe basic school grounds ,where he held a rally in support of the kapiri mposhi  bye election (PF) candidate Eddie Musonda
President Michael Sata greeting Patriotic Front members upon arrival at Meembe basic school grounds in the in Lukanga swamps Chipepo ward,where he held a rally in support of the Kapiri Mposhi by election (PF) candidate Eddie Musonda

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Chief Chipepo of Chipepo in Kapiri welcomes President Sata at his palace  during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.
Chief Chipepo of Chipepo in Kapiri welcomes President Sata at his palace during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.

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President Sata at the rally in Chief Chipepo’s area asks the PF Candidate for Kapiri Eddie Musonda to kneel before the people of Chipepo during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013

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President Michael Sata introducing the patriotic front candidate Eddie Musonda to the electorate during a mammoth rally held at meembe basic school in liyombe area of chief chipepo

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Wynter Kabimba address a rally in Kapiri Mposhi over the weekend
Patriotic front secretary general Wynter Kabimba campaigning for Eddie Musonda during the rally held at Meembe basic school

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President Sata with Chief Ngambwe at his palace in Ngambwe  during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.
President Sata with Chief Ngambwe at his palace in Ngambwe during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.

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President Sata at the rally at Ngambwe Primary School asks the PF Candidate for Kapiri Eddie Musonda to kneel before the people of Ngambwe during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.
President Sata at the rally at Ngambwe Primary School asks the PF Candidate for Kapiri Eddie Musonda to kneel before the people of Ngambwe during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.

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President Sata with little children , and to the far left is PF Candidate for Kapiri Eddie Musonda, Central Province Minister Phillp Kosamu and Commerce Minister Emmanuel Chenda in Ngambwe area during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.
President Sata with little children , and to the far left is PF Candidate for Kapiri Eddie Musonda, Central Province Minister Phillp Kosamu and Commerce Minister Emmanuel Chenda in Ngambwe area during his campaign tour for the Kapiri by-elections in Kapiri, April 13, 2013.

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Minister of Gender and child Development Inonge Wina and Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba having the light moment shortly before President Michael Sata arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west
Minister of Gender and child Development Inonge Wina and Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba having a light moment shortly before President Michael Sata arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west

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President arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west
President Sata arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west

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President Sata arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west
President Sata arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west

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Minister of Gender and child Development Inonge Wina welcomes President Michael Sata shortly after the President arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west
Minister of Gender and child Development Inonge Wina welcomes President Michael Sata shortly after the President arrives at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west

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Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba ushering President Michael Sata shortly after the President arrived at Mongu airport ahead of by-elections for Lukulu west

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 President Michael Sata being welcomed by Baroste Royal Establishment BRE Induna’s when he arrived at Limulunga Palace
President Michael Sata being welcomed by Baroste Royal Establishment BRE Induna’s when he arrived at Limulunga Palace

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President Michael Sata being welcomed by Baroste Royal Establishment BRE Induna’s when he arrived at Limulunga Palace
President Michael Sata being welcomed by Baroste Royal Establishment BRE Induna’s when he arrived at Limulunga Palace

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President Sata  with the Litunga and Vice-President Dr Guy Scott at Limulunga palace in Mongu where he  paid a courtesy call on him in Western province on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata and the Litunga shake hands as Vice-President Dr Guy Scott looks on.This was at Limulunga palace in Mongu when President Sata paid a courtesy call on the Litunga on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Sata greets the Litunga at Limulunga palace in Mongu where he paid a courtesy call on him in Western province on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata greets the Litunga at Limulunga palace in Mongu where he paid a courtesy call on him in Western province on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Sata  with the Litunga at Limulunga palace in Mongu where he  paid a courtesy call on him in Western province on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata talks with the Litunga at Limulunga palace in Mongu Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Sata with Vice-President Dr Guy Scott and the Litunga at Limulunga palace in Mongu  where he paid  a courtesy call on him in Western province on April 14,2013-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Sata,Vice-President Dr Guy Scott ,the Litunga some Induna’s and party officials pose for a photograph at Limulunga palace in Mongu

52 Comments

  1. 1 flag The Observer

    The Litunga looks more presidential than the president Sata! Image builders have not done a good work on Sata.

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    1. 1.1 flag Think Different

      Pic # 3 and 14, Sata and mwamba using a UPND “forward sign”..lol

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    2. 1.2 flag Junior

      That’s because Litunga is a King not a useless chief!

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    3. 1.3 flag Floyd Chitalu

      Its what is in the head and not the body, height or suits. The brains are critical.

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    4. 1.4 flag ivy

      but he is not president and will never be.you pipo plz just accept that the big man now president

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  2. 2 flag Paolo Di Canio

    Good pictures……!! Ba ZWD nachibakalipa!!!

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    1. 2.1 flag Komboni Dweller

      I only looked at the first picture and I didn’t like what I saw

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  3. 3 flag mature

    uko…
    balibapelako nabo ka suit.
    every zambian president change their dressing after a trip to china……..

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  4. 4 flag observer

    Question: Who was the First Zambian President to use a walking stick while in Office

    Answer: Michael Sata

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    1. 4.1 flag Lubinda

      It is such wrong infor you and your friends at ZWD prey on.Look again at the pictures.He didnt have it in the other pics.Nothing more to it mate.It was actually given to him as a gift during the tour.

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    2. 4.2 flag Chief Kaponya

      That is Lutanga’s walking stick of authority bwana.

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  5. 5 flag Zebige

    Umuntu ni Sata ! Kwati bufi sure tuleteka.

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    1. 5.1 flag Chief Kaponya

      I cant believe also looking at what this man has gone through. His excellency, kwati bufi.

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    2. 5.2 flag SCIENTISTS

      Imagine mudala monga boza.Never look down upon anyone in life.

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    3. 5.3 flag MUKULA MBULU AYANGA NA MAKA

      What has he gone through? Have I missed something? He did not take part in the freedom struggle. But I remember him being in the UNIP government, the MMD government and now the PF government. I did not know that he was also at Robben Island for 27 years!! What has he gone through?

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    4. 5.4 flag MAMBALA

      is that the reason pf is running the country like they are dreaming

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    5. 5.5 flag No way backwards

      That’s is a sign of authority ala whether you like it or not Sata aleteka

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  6. 6 flag Transparency

    The audacity of Hope and perserverance is what made Sata a President. By and large, atleast this is admirable!

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    1. 6.1 flag casey

      Never look down upon anyone indeed , anyone and i mean anyone can be president of this country, even some of the people we say can never rule this country

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    2. 6.2 flag mature

      casey,
      wanna bet on hh?

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  7. 7 flag The London Eye

    The pictures are very nice especially that Mr Sata looks fit. The only ugly thing is the forcing of candidates to kneel down for votes. Somewhat humiliating.

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    1. 7.1 flag pf till i die

      i think you have lost your tradition my friend. in zambia wen asking for something we knee down as a sign of respect and humblness

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    2. 7.2 flag The London Eye

      There is a difference between being ordered to kneel down and kneeling voluntarily as per ‘tradition’ as you put it. I don’t think those men who are at the receiving end like it at all.

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  8. 8 flag miseshi mindolo

    I hope “bitterman” and ZWD have seen these pictures, kwati bufi zo ona ba Presido.!!

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    1. 8.1 flag casey

      you can say what you want to say , the truth is in satas heart , we can urgue abd say a lot of things bit the truth will always prevail and sata knows that truth.

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  9. 9 flag Nubian Princess

    The kneeling is hilarious!

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  10. 10 flag hey

    pleading for votes, has the columnist Florence seen this? is the man using a walking stick now? only in Africa.

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  11. 11 flag Mweol

    WHO HAS BROUGHT THIS RUBBISH IDEAL OF KNEELING AND BEGGING PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR YOU????????? THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE WITH CORRUPTION AND KNEELING DOWN TO BEG FOR VOTES!!! THIS f**k TO BE ALLOWED IN A COUNTRY.

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    1. 11.1 flag slowpoison

      I disagree with you, I think it is actually a good gesture. If I was Sata I would even go as far as asking the candidate kneeling to wash the voters’ feet! These guys are our servants and this is one best way to remind them. It’s US that they are supposed to serve, it’s US that put them in office.

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  12. 12 flag New Era

    if they say kaufel, just shoot, if they say kwafale point the gun at them again if they say enishaaa…….just i mean just shoot dem

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  13. 13 flag Hakainde Sunkutu kadansa

    The Under 5 Party for Nothing but Dreaming avec HH have been shamed. The pictures in Mongu show a very fit Michael Sata. And just as well that he wore a short sleeved shirt and untacked so ZWD tell us now were is the bag you have singing hossana about?

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    1. 13.1 flag Kalaba

      Atiipad

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    2. 13.2 flag Kalaba

      Ati ipad

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  14. 14 flag Oxgen

    Hakainde Sunkutu kadansa lol

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  15. 15 flag dude

    Nice nice pics Mr President

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    1. 16.1 flag ivy

      for sure our president loved by all………….

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  16. 17 flag EnkA

    Pics #12 and #13 shows Ba Sata arriving at Mongu in an MMD plane.Our mision as MMD party faithful seems to be working.

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  17. 18 flag PanAfricanist

    This is the first and last time u will see Musonda kneeling down. Next time you see him driving a 4-litre, 4×4 Landcruser with climate control, six airbags, traction control, Automatic Break System (ABS), 8 cylinder, parking assist system, adjustable mirrors, 800kW Engine..And if I may add, this cruiser can do 100km/h in 5 sec with tinted glass. This worth kneeling down…

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    1. 18.1 flag Maxwell

      Young man you work hard also, don’t just submit sarcastic comments you also will own that poster of that car you have on your bedroom wall.

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  18. 19 flag mukwapu

    what is this man hiding under the jacket?i can see something
    protruding through out on the pics.just wondering.

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  19. 21 flag Maxwell

    Our dear president is very very very fit he jumped from a flight from China straight on to Kapiri and then to Mongu. What jet lag? Those knuckle heads at watchpig’s admin toilet office are scratching their thick iron cast domes…

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  20. 22 flag THE PRINCE

    WOW KULYA BWINO?? Tummies CANT EVEN FIT IN THE JACKETS. CANDIDATE REALLY LOOKS VERY SORROWFUL. HE REALLY NEEDS THE JOB. HOPE HE DOES NOT FORGET THE PEOPLE ONCE ELECTED. YES KNEEL FOR THE PEOPLE AND TRULY WORK FOR THEM. NOT MONEY IN YOUR OWN POCKET. OVERALL NICE PICTURE AND GOOD TO SEE H.E SATA FIT. KANDODO CHABE, IYOOO BALETEKA BAMUDALA.

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  21. 23 flag Kajongozi Hichilema

    That’s my President. I am proud of you sir. God continually and richly bless you, your household, government and the entire population. May God continually grant you wisdom, love and perfect health to discharge the affairs of our great country. We are proud to have you in State House

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  22. 24 flag mature

    …and our Lord Jesus Christ of Nazarene is a listening and caring Lord who will forever listen and act on his children’s cries.
    not these masons.
    dear Lord Jesus Christ of Nazarene, richly bless our president.

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    1. 24.1 flag ZAMBIAN

      AMEN

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    2. 24.2 flag Kay

      He rains same mount on everyone! May coals of fire be on Sata for his contempt and lying to the people

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  23. 25 flag Kay

    In the olden days it used to be said that the Litunga is never seen in public. But the modern Litunga na mu ma pint balasangwa…

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  24. 26 flag sobenecho

    Great pictures Lusaka Times. Great to see our President touring the country and meeting people. You can see from the photos that he has a different regard to the Litunga compared to other Chiefs. I think if there is anyone who knows anything about winning an election President Sata is the man.

    Let us work for Zambia!

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  25. 27 flag unknown

    Great pictures, great suit, what is that in the presidents pocket in pic 2? is it money or that thing for wiwing?

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  26. 28 flag WAZABANGA

    What is wrong by asking someone to kneel,the problem is you are good at condemning everything,i tell you some of you will die of BP just accept some of these issues even kneeling becomes an issue awe naimwe mulekwatako ifyakulanda.No he had no suit so what how many suits does he have if i may ask you.Its not always that he has to be in a suit even guys like Obama at times you will just see him in a shirt,a suit is not a symbol of authority.

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