Thursday, February 22, 2024

The Week in Pictures- funeral pictures

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Pictures by Frasier – proud LT Blogger

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The coffins of the Chifubu stream accident vicitms laid out at the United Church of Zambia in Ndola

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The coffins of the Chifubu stream accident vicitms laid out at the United Church of Zambia in Ndola

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President Banda at the Ndola United Church of Zambia funeral service of 13 victims who died in the Chifubu road horror last weekend.

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President Banda saying a few words at the funeral service

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President Banda pays his respects

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President Banda lays flowers on the coffins

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President Banda at the Ndola United Church of Zambia funeral service of 13 victims who died in the Chifubu road horror last weekend.

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President Banda waves to the crowd

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VIPs listening to a speech by the church pastor

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Military personnels at church service

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Photo of the deceased

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Photo of the deceased

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Photo of the deceased

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Confusion at the gate to the church as thousands of people wanted to go inside for body viewing, which was restricted as the crowds were too large

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Mourners inside the church yard

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Coffins been taken out

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Girls and Boys from different churches on the copperbelt lining the way

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Mourners lining the street to pay their last respects to the deceased

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Ndola Business man- Master Real driving past with his Hummer

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Ndola Business man- Master Real driving past with his Hummer

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Ndola Business man- Master Real driving past with his Hummer

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Zambia Police at hand, arrived earlier to facilitate the visit by President Rupiah Banda

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Zambia National Information Service Vehicle outside the church where the funeral took place

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Vehicle carrying two coffins in front while mourners look on

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Vehicle carrying two coffins in front while mourners look on

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Government vehicles parked on the road

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Mourners waitng for the funeral procession at Chifubu grounds

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Mourners waitng for the funeral procession at chifubu grounds

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Scouts were also at hand to help keep the crowd under control

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Some mouners sitting on the wall face

 

34 COMMENTS

  1. Very moving pictures LT. But why was the soldier in photo no. 1 smiling – this was a solemn occassion!

  2. In pic #1 that soldier should be punished why was he smiling at the funeral, when families who lost loved one’s are mourning?

    • I thought so as well that man is heartless, showing he’s teeth anyhow when people are grieving shaaa.

  3. Very sad for sure! We have lost kids who could have been able to go to university and help develop this nations. Again, we express our condolences to the bereaved families. Thanks LT for the pics!

  4. What was and is a great loss to the nation..how sad.Pic 19-20 Master real ? Good to know that we have such loaded guys in Ndola.Wonder what line of bussiness the dude is in.

  5. LT. What is up with you? Do you really check your writing? In the other article entitled: RB openly weeps at the funeral of Sunday’s minibus accident victims. You wrote Reformed Church of Zambia. In these pictures we are seeing for sure it is UCZ. What is wrong with you?

    • Wat is important is yu getting the massage. and for this i dont think its the right article for critisising LT these are not politics neither is it attacking any body its a sad moment for every one concerned.

  6. No# 2 its really the United Church of Zambia, looking at the presence of the GB and BB youths. It was just communication break down on the part of LT. May their souls and the souls of other that left earlier rest in eternal peace.

  7. Very moving Pics.
    Pic No. 24 What Nonsense. The very thing that caused this accident happening within the sites of the president. Overloading. Standing in the back of a moving vehicle. What does it take to listen and learn pleaseee mwe bantu????????????

  8. RIP young souls may the lord welcome you with open hands as you depart our universe.
    Typical copperbelt mentality Master real.How do go and show of in your ka hammer at a funeral.
    Its true Class is permanent and richies are temporal.Perhaps Master Real would have assisted by hiring a proper vehicle to take the young souls to thier final resting place.

    Master Real=kamushi:((

  9. In civilsed world, Ministers of Transport, Home Affairs and Works supply would have been taken to task to explain how a crancker was allowed on the road in thr first place. I feel like crying looking at the pictures of the departed young boys and girls. Am sure some fo.ols were saying ”God allowed it”, he didn’t, these innocent kids died because someone didnt do their job properly. Please arrest and punish the owner of the bus, the church pastor and traffic officers.

  10. Terrible photography. Most are out of focus or too genal and lacking a focal point.. Ba LT you should’t take everything that comes your way. You need to maintain a minimum professional standard. I’m afraid this is not the case in the photos. Its an “F” from me.

  11. Indeed these are moving pictures. may there souls rest in peace.Wat is so saddening is that maybe this sikolokolo even passed the road block in its bad state coupled with overloading.Ba traffic twafwilisheni twalapwa Kufisasa fya mamotoka.

  12. that monkey thinks he is top dawg with that hummer. embarrasing ignorant scums. I am running my own construction company in london and earn over 300,000 pounds a year. let this man come to london and see what we call balling.

  13. #27 . So wats ur point, at least he’s noticed in ,ndola as master real. What about u, who notices you? You don’t even know in wat capacity he was there, am sure he even make donation at the funeral or thts his area. Stop being jelly and make ur 300,000 per year if thts true. The same way u r bragging abt making tht money is the same way his driving his hummer. His better than for all I can say.who needs to know u r making such money? U r little minded.

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