Friday, February 23, 2024

City Mayor installations in Pictures

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LANDS Minister Mwansa Kapeya (right) officiating during the installation ceremony of Luanshya Mayor Gordon Siwale, as Town Clerk Alex Mwansa and deputy mayor Elizabeth Mulenga (far left) look during the function at Luanshya Civic Centre grounds. Picture by GIDEON THOLE / LUANSHYA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Luanshya Pix Caption Pix 2 NEWLY elected Luanshya Mayor Gordon Siwale(left) and his deputy Elizabeth Mulenga( centre) being congratulated by a well wisher (left) during the installation ceremony at Luanshya Civic Centre grounds
LANDS Minister Mwansa Kapeya (right) officiating during the installation ceremony of Luanshya Mayor Gordon Siwale, as Town Clerk Alex Mwansa and deputy mayor Elizabeth Mulenga (far left) look during the function at Luanshya Civic Centre grounds.

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Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe with Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula during his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.Picture by Mary Bwembya
Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe with Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula during his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.Picture by Mary Bwembya

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Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe with Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula during his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.Picture by Mary Bwembya
Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe with Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula during his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.Picture by Mary Bwembya

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Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe welcomes Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula after his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.
Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe welcomes Kasama Municipal Council Major John Nkumbula after his installation at the civic centre in Kasama today. Looking on is acting Town Clerk Judith Sinkala.

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LUANSHYA Deputy Mayor elect Elizabeth Mulenga being interview by a journalist shortly after being elected in the Council Chamber at the Civic Centre yesterday as mayor elect Gordon Siwale looks on
LUANSHYA Deputy Mayor elect Elizabeth Mulenga being interview by a journalist shortly after being elected in the Council Chamber at the Civic Centre yesterday as mayor elect Gordon Siwale looks on

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LUANSHYA Deputy Mayor elect Elizabeth Mulenga being interview by a journalist shortly after being elected in the Council Chamber at the Civic Centre yesterday as mayor elect Gordon Siwale looks on
LUANSHYA Deputy Mayor elect Elizabeth Mulenga being interview by a journalist shortly after being elected in the Council Chamber at the Civic Centre yesterday as mayor elect Gordon Siwale looks on

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Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) dresses Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (r) the head dress during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province
Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) dresses Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (r) the head dress during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province

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Mongu Central MP Nathaniel Mubukwanu (r) congratulates Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (l) as Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) looks on during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province
Mongu Central MP Nathaniel Mubukwanu (r) congratulates Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (l) as Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) looks on during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province

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Mongu Central MP Nathaniel Mubukwanu (r) and Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) escort Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (l) to his office during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province
Mongu Central MP Nathaniel Mubukwanu (r) and Western Province Minister Josephine Limataa (c) escort Mongu Municipal Council Mayor Elect Tombi Tombi (l) to his office during the Mayoral Inauguration Ceremony at Civic Center in Mongu District, Western Province

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installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center
installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center

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installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center
installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center

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installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center
installation of Chaswe Ronald Katongo as Mayor at Chinsali Civic Center

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Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) and Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital
Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) and Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (middle) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital

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Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (far left), newly elected Livingstone Mayor Milford Maambo, his deputy Fred Sikazwe, Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe and Livingstone District commissioner Omar Munsanje (behind Mr Munkombwe) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital
Livingstone Town Clerk Vivian Chikoti (far left), newly elected Livingstone Mayor Milford Maambo, his deputy Fred Sikazwe, Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe and Livingstone District commissioner Omar Munsanje (behind Mr Munkombwe) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital

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Newly elected Livingstone Mayor Milford Maambo (middle), his deputy Fred Sikazwe (behind him) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital
Newly elected Livingstone Mayor Milford Maambo (middle), his deputy Fred Sikazwe (behind him) and Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital

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Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital
Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital

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Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital
Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe (right) dresses the newly elected mayor for Livingstone Milford Maambo (left) during the installation of the mayor and deputy mayor in the tourist capital

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Dr Mumba with Brian Kajoba the new  Solwezi Mayor
Dr Mumba with Brian Kajoba the new Solwezi Mayor

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Dr Mumba posing with councillors
Dr Mumba posing with councillors

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Dr Mumba congratulating  Brian Kajoba as Solwezi Mayor
Dr Mumba congratulating Brian Kajoba as Solwezi Mayor

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Dr Mumba with party officials in Solwezi
Dr Mumba with party officials in Solwezi

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Dr Mumba with senior Chief Mugemajovu at the installation
Dr Mumba with senior Chief Mugemajovu at the installation

17 COMMENTS

  1. Apart from the lime or whatever it is they have smeared on their faces, the pictures look great.

    • @Pc #22, last pic, LT its not Chief Mugemajovu , but Chief Mujimanzovu. Iam speaking as a subject from there, Solwezi. He is also my tribesman, but I am not a tribalist like Sata.

    • is the new mayor for Mongu a social misfit because of his name (Tombi Tombi) ? according to MMD’s Kaingu

      congrats to all

    • @Gen. You’re just an !diot. 2016 is around the corner and you will soon lose the privilege of that Sata laptop bought with stolen taxpayer money. Remember you’re in possession of stolen public property!

    • They have been declared cities by Sata. It is his policy of decentralization. Very soon Muchinga will be declared a State because it has two universities!

  2. Picture 22, I just love the smart Chief Mujimanzovu! The colonial legacy still rules in the dressing of mayors and councillors, isn’t it time they changed to something that they themselves are comfortable in? Look at the silly caps or whatever they are called! What is the significance of this white stuff they are doused in? In my village one is smeared with white powder or mealie meal when caught stealing or straying into another persons ‘bedroom’

  3. Tombi Tombi or Nyenga Nyenga or Powa Powa or F*ck F*ck or Tomba Tomba or Sex Sex

    • Typical tonganyoko…Mind you the so called “Typical PF Kaponyas= 45 percent votes,Typical MMD cadres=28 percent votes & Typical UNDP tonganyoko votes=17 percent votes…the rest 10 percent ..so where is UPND tonganyoko going to get the votes from potential voters they call them PF Kaponyas or change their mind to switch to UPND when you also call them illiterate(70%)…change your mentality UPND if you can’t change the diapers of yo under 5.

    • Yes with the 45 % with your mindset just explains why Zambia is in such a poor state. My heart bleeds, but you can’t change mind sets in a decade. It is what it is.

  4. Why do I have a feeling that these guys are in it for the money,the pomp and the prestige of office rather than delivering to their residents? Zambia,inchi ya wapumbavu and underachievers.

  5. I agree with changing some of these “colonial” attire for mayors, judges,speaker etc. Just makes them look comical in this day and age.

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