Late Anderson Mazoka’s widow, Mutinta says although her husband has passed on, she is still a strong woman
Mutinta says the church has inspired her to be more strong even without her husband.
She thanked the Catholic church for supporting her and the children during the trying moment and the loss of her husband.
Mutinta was speaking at the cathedral of the Jesus’ Child church in Lusaka today during the memorial service in honour of Mr. Anderson Mazoka.
And speaking earlier, St. Ignitious Catholic Priest Kim Keaney said although Mr. Mazoka is gone, the legacy should continue to live on.
Quoting from the scriptures, in John 14:6, Fr. Keaney said the resurrection of Jesus
Christ gives christians much hope to live on.
Fr. Keaney described the late opposition leader as a dedicated, true father and friend whose ambitions were aimed at bettering the Zambian people.
The memorial serivece was proceeded by unveiling of the tomb stone at Ma-lende, Mr.
Scores of UPND party cardes, relatives, sympathisers and thousands of patriotic Zambians today thronged to Mr. Mazoka’s residence in Ibex Hill toÂ attend the
First republican president Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, Finance Minister Peter Magande,
Zambia Development Conference, ZADECO, National Chairman Langtone Sichone, UPND Vice president Richard Kapita, serveral UPND Members of Parliament, MPs were also present at the memorial service.
Mr. Mazoka died on May 24, 2006 in Morningside hospital in South Africa.