Duffy’s Funeral in Pictures

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Western province permanent secretary Seth Muleya (c) with other mourners at the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy at our lady of cathedral in Mongu
Western province permanent secretary Seth Muleya (c) with other mourners at the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy at our lady of cathedral in Mongu

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Western province permanent secretary Seth Muleya (c) with other mourners at the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy at our lady of cathedral
Western province permanent secretary Seth Muleya (c) with other mourners at the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy at our lady of cathedral

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Vice President George Kunda ZAF pilot colonel Martin Mumbi after his arrival in Mongu for the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Vice President George Kunda ZAF pilot colonel Martin Mumbi after his arrival in Mongu for the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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vice president George Kunda with ZAF pilots after his arrival in Mongu for the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
vice president George Kunda with ZAF pilots after his arrival in Mongu for the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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Some of the mourners at the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Some of the mourners at the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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The casket of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy arrives in Mongu for the church service
The casket of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy arrives in Mongu for the church service

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The casket of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy arrives at Mongu for the church service
The casket of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy arrives at Mongu for the church service

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Vice President George Kunda arrives at Mongu Stadium for the church service
Vice President George Kunda arrives at Mongu Stadium for the church service

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Vice President George Kunda arrives at Mongu Stadium for the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Vice President George Kunda arrives at Mongu Stadium for the church service of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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Vice President George Kunda delivers a speech during the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Vice President George Kunda delivers a speech during the funeral of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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Cardinal Medardo Mazombwe (in the red hat) pays his last respect late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Cardinal Medardo Mazombwe (in the red hat) pays his last respect late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

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Cardinal Medardo Mazombwe pays his last respect late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Lowering the casket in the ground

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Lowering the casket in the ground
Lowering the casket in the ground

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Heritage Party leader Godfrey Miyanda with Vice President during the burial of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy
Heritage Party leader Godfrey Miyanda with Vice President during the burial of the late former Mongu bishop Paul Duffy

48 COMMENTS

  1. Putrid Flesh (pf) will be foaming at the mouths because their is no photo of their mad man when he made a fool (as usual) of himself at the funeral.

  2. #3 I guess that is why he was barred from attending the burial  because he did not do anything? If you think that the way Satan behaved in Mongu will deliver W province to Perpetual Famine (pf), carry on burying your head in the sand my friend, after all the 20th of September is not far off now -13 days and counting……

  3. In th enext picture, he is greeting an Airman and not a Pilot. Can u please say crew. A Pilot is a commissioned Officer while the man being greeted is a Warrant Officer who is an NCO

  4. @2 Sure thy did wll not to put the photos of the old kabova sata,but how really can one start greting pipo during a funeral service tht ws wrng yes we knw it time for compain but not at that hour that was a way too too MUUUUUUCCCCCCCCHHH……..

  5. I#14 & #15 I guess no one in PF or their supporters are HIV positive? When we start mentioning Satans dodgy heart, you will be the first ones to say that health should not be an issue. In fact there are reports that Satan collapsed yesterday in Nalolo and not George Kunda. 

  6. Don’t worry PF cadres. Sata’s pictures will come out in the Post. Do you see now? That is what I have been trying to tell you: a LT informer has told me that they tried to include Sata’s pictures but he was too dark. They even tried to apply mekako on his face but apparently mekako only works after sometime. All PF cadres are advised to donate some money for our impossibly future President Michael Sata so that he can have cosmetic surgery on his face to make him a bit less ugly. I know that our current President RB is also on the edge of ugliness but even Madam Dora Siliya has certified that RB’s ugliness is by far more tolerable to the Zambian people than the ugliness of our impossibly future president from Chitulika village, Mpika District!!

  7. Iam touched that Bishop Duffy was laid to rest in Mongu despite having died in his home country. Was that his last testament? May he rest in the eternal peace of God. I hope one day his prayer of seeing poverty alleviated in western province will come to pass.

  8. Next time just put “MMD in pictures” and save us the trouble and time to click through…you shameless roaches at LT using a funeral as a decoy to ply us with MMD propaganda!!

  9. #22 Why dont you just stay on the PFost website as you wont be missed here. It is always good to communicate who are positive about Zambia’s future not the sour faced, moaning meenies full hof hate that are Perpetual Failures (pf) supporters. #17 I think the VP is from Central province and his ethnic group is Lala.

  10. Its sad that the bishop died. anyways we shall all die oneday……what matters is how do we live now before we die…….
    Lets vote wisely. dont allow comedians, frustrated politicians, recycled mps, broke partys, bitter and power hungry candidates take our beloved nation go down.
    Give RB a chance and in 2016, natural selection will take its course.

  11. REMEMBER

    Fri 03 Sep. 2010

    MONGU Diocese Bishop Paul Duffy has said most people in Western Province feel that now is the appropriate time to change the government.

    And Bishop Duffy has asked the government to take the London High Court judgment registration matter back into the courts because judge Evans Hamaundu’s judgment was poor.

    In an interview from Mongu yesterday, Bishop Duffy reiterated that the people of Western Province thought it was time to change from the current government.
    “You know I have said here in Western Province it seems that people think it is time for change,” Bishop Duffy said.

    “We have had the MMD since 1991 and I think it is time for change.”
    Bishop Duffy said this was the general feeling of the people he had interacted with in the area.

  12. bishop Paul wants MMD out…

    he must be turning in his grave as those hypocritical thieves and crooks heap praise on him…

    May God hear Bishop Paul… we need change…

  13. Kono Kunda kakotwe kamu lambezi fa kokoshi. Next time it will be his funeral people will be attending. The man looks like a walking zombie. I wonder how a dying man like him could file to run as MP, are these not bye elections he is trying to create for the country this man?

    • Presidential elections within the next one year will be worse if Zetizens stupidly vote for SATAn!!  He had a heart attack in 2006, and ran out of breath on Radio Phoenix two weeks ago, and collapsed in Nalolo yesterday.  Ki mang’i ya ka votela situpu for President?

  14. What are all the smiles on Gk? As the saying goes…………..time!, time!, I strongly feel this man would have been capable of trying to get rid of corruption in the gov’t but he is indeed a disabled learned lawyer. If you even have a Phd……..now it? your own turn.

  15. The army colonel is colonel martin mumbi and he is not a pilot. His son is Lt Mumbi Mumbi of ZAF mbala airforce base and is about to get married to a prostitute of an army officer Lt Audrie Samboko of Arakan Base that has slept with half the officers in the army ! What a loss

  16. Picture #3 Since when did Col. Mumbi from Zambia Army become a pilot? Come on LK, are you really reporting from Zambia? So many errors in this paper. Your reporting is more than pathetic. We always have to correct you.

  17. Bishop Duffy was a political misfit whose departure from this world will not be missed by well meaning Zambians. No wonder in death no one wanted him, but being good people we are, Zambians forgave for trying hard to confuse us and gave him a final resting place.

  18. What a question? What tribe Mr. G. Kunda comes from? The answer is it can’t! There is no such english? In short your question does not make any sense.

    Maybe you should as like this: What tribe is Mr. G. Kunda or where does Mr. G. Kunda come from?

  19. Were the narratives done in a rush?  Cardinal Mazombwe in photo 11 is clearly in a WHITE hat and not a red one?  The trouble with journalists in Zambia is that they are the failures in school exams who could not do any other sensible course and ended up doing journalism.  There is no passion for facts or even beautiful grammar.  Everything is just a toss off.  Hence, all the stupid errors and blatant political leanings in every Zambian paper, whether printed or on-line! DISGUSTING!!

  20. With the kwacha selling at k5000 against the dollar, the MMD can still boast about economic boom in zambia! What a shame! massive poverty levels, high unemployment levels, poor and narrow roads, substandard buildings in the capital city, high educational fees, undemocratic media, low funding in govt institutions,poor health facilities, fake reclassification of zambia as a middle income country, no state-owned mines,privatisation of everything almost privatising state house, and numerous more social and economic ills and evils.

    Mulenga, chinsali

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  22. Good bye Bishop Duffy, we will always miss you greatly for your relentless contribution to the Zambia economy!
    Indeed you foresaw clearly that political change was inevitable for Zambia AND SO IT HAPPENED IN 2011!

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