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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba’s trip to UK in Pictures

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia's High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia’s High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Zambia's acting deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Amos Chanda and her daughter Salifyanji with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba when she arrived at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia’s acting deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Amos Chanda and her daughter Salifyanji with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba when she arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia's High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia’s High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia's High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba greets Zambia’s High Commission to the United Kingdom First Secretary -Finance Dick Chibuye on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with the spouse of the Zambian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with the spouse of the Zambian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Zambia's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Paul Lumbi and his wife Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Zambia’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Paul Lumbi and his wife Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with the spouse of the Zambian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London's Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with the spouse of the Zambian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Hilda Lumbi on arrival at London’s Heathrow Airport for the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 8,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with The Global partnership to end Child marriage Mabel Van Oranje (r) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with The Global partnership to end Child marriage Mabel Van Oranje (r) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba at the opening of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba at the opening of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila (l) during the opening of Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship on April 9,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba welcomed by Jeff Skoll Group Executive Assistant to Jeff Skoll Suzie Nash on arrival at Randolph Hotel for a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba welcomed by Jeff Skoll Group Executive Assistant to Jeff Skoll Suzie Nash on arrival at Randolph Hotel for a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba confers with the Global Partnership to End Child marriage Board Chair Mabel Van Oranje (l) and Global Coordinator Lakshmi Sunderam (r) during a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Randolph Hotel at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba confers with the Global Partnership to End Child marriage Board Chair Mabel Van Oranje (l) and Global Coordinator Lakshmi Sunderam (r) during a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Randolph Hotel at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba confers with the Global Partnership to End Child marriage Board Chair Mabel Van Oranje (l) during a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Randolh Hotel at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba confers with the Global Partnership to End Child marriage Board Chair Mabel Van Oranje (l) during a meeting on the sidelines of the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Randolh Hotel at Oxford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba congratulates Skoll Global Treasure award winner Malala Yousafzai after the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba congratulates Skoll Global Treasure award winner Malala Yousafzai after the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Skoll Global Treasure award winner Malala Yousafzai, Pakistani school pupil and education activist after the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Skoll Global Treasure award winner Malala Yousafzai, Pakistani school pupil and education activist after the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with the Co-Founders of B Lab Andrew Kassoy (l) and Jay Coen Gilbert (c) during the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with the Co-Founders of B Lab Andrew Kassoy (l) and Jay Coen Gilbert (c) during the Skoll wards giving ceremony at OXford University on April 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba arrives at Oxford University SAID Business school for a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba arrives at Oxford University SAID Business school for a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba arrives at Oxford University SAID Business school for a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba arrives at Oxford University SAID Business school for a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Zambia's High Commissioner to UK Paul Lumbi (c) listens to acting Zambia's deputy High Commissioner to South Africa Amos Chanda (r) after a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor. This was after she addresses the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Zambia’s High Commissioner to UK Paul Lumbi (c) listens to acting Zambia’s deputy High Commissioner to South Africa Amos Chanda (r) after a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor. This was after she addresses the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (Second from left) , PATH president and Chief Executive officer Steve Davis (r) and One Acre Fund founder and Director Andrew Youn (second from right) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (Second from left) , PATH president and Chief Executive officer Steve Davis (r) and One Acre Fund founder and Director Andrew Youn (second from right) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Mulago Foundation Associate Portfolio Director Kristin Gilliss (r) after a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks with Mulago Foundation Associate Portfolio Director Kristin Gilliss (r) after a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor . This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (l) and PATH president Steve Davis (r) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University SAID Bussiness school in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (l) and PATH president Steve Davis (r) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University SAID Bussiness school in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (Second from left) , PATH president and Chief Executive officer Steve Davis (r) and One Acre Fund founder and Director Andrew Youn (second from right) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba speaks during a discussion on the Impact Jackpot: Service delivery Innovation for the very poor as Mercy Corps Chief Executive officer Neal Keny-Guyer (Second from left) , PATH president and Chief Executive officer Steve Davis (r) and One Acre Fund founder and Director Andrew Youn (second from right) listens. This was during the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University in UK on April 11,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba listens to Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview as Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during an Interview as Ubutala Ubwa Bumi National Coordinator Judith Mwila shortly before her departure from London on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom where she addressed the skoll World Forum on Social Entrepenuership at Oxford Unversity -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to a member of staff of at the Zambia's High Commission in  United Kingdom Beatrice Mukuka during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to a member of staff of at the Zambia’s High Commission in United Kingdom Beatrice Mukuka during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to  Zambia's High Commission to United Kingdom Defence Advisor Brig Gen Eliard Shimaala  during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to Zambia’s High Commission to United Kingdom Defence Advisor Brig Gen Eliard Shimaala during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to  Zambia's High Commission to  United Kingdom First Secretary Consulor Portipher Sakala during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba bids farewell to Zambia’s High Commission to United Kingdom First Secretary Consulor Portipher Sakala during her departure at Heathrow Airport for Lusaka on April 14,2014 . Dr Kaseba was in the United Kingdom for the Skoll World Forum -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

48 COMMENTS

    • Try go to every other Zambian Embassy/ High Commision in the world and the scenario is the same. Try follow up Shimaala or his wife’s pedigree and you will soon get the connection.

    • I always wonder why these “Official” visits are never published with details of when the public discussions at embassies are to be held to give every Zambian an opportunity to engage, question and contribute to national debates. It always seems to be a headline story ones the event has passed. In fact, unless the embassy staff are desperate to show “numbers” you never hear anything. I once got a text asking if I wanted to join “Guy Scott” (with lots to drink) if I can make it to the embassy the next day? In future let us know in good time so we can gather and ask some pertinent questions…

    • Misuse of public funds. Surely how can Ba Paul Lumbi be allowed to take his mother to public functions and abroad on government funds. people I dont normally complain but this is too much now. Is there no one to take account of our new govt expenditure? We shall see. God know where it will end.

  1. At least she did not expose her big granny breasts to the public this time around. So the dress code is an improvement and in the right direction

  2. @Kadobi.
    These guys- PF are really there to loit all the National coffers.

    Watch them. On the issue. I think First lady looks Great only if PF was marketed thru her. She has a ‘head’ tham most PF.

  3. Can’t help but count the similarity in names representing Zambia abroad! This country’s gone to the dogs. Are we really that gullible?

    • Bu chisekeseke as you call her is a derogatory term. I honestly find it hard to believe that you find her bright and cheerful nature problematic. Being bright and cheerful as she always is, is actually a very positive characteristic to have and I don’t think that would hinder her from being taken seriously. It actually makes her look very warm and friendly and approachable. I think its an asset and the fact that you seem to have a problem with that makes you look like you are just looking for an excuse to criticize her.

  4. She look bigger than anyone in the pics. Good job to editor for photo-shopping. On the serious note, Bana Kaseba look ‘business minded’ and can be taken serious by others…

  5. Pa Zed…..ninshi Kanshi??? When we have a president….we don’t have a first lady. When we have a First Lady….we don’t have a President….as is the current situation!!!
    Just wait and see, when HH becomes president, we ae likely not to have a first Lady. But i think that will even be better than what we are seing now….autopilot…Hope we don’t crash land!!!!!!!

  6. Our women in the south are shapely generally shorter and smaller than their hubbs and never try to outshine anyone.

  7. My biggest concern is the artificial hair. Women of her status should promote natural shampoo washed hair amongst African ladies.

    Can others comment about this observation please.

    • Why must we politicize hair? it is a personal choice… while I agree wearing the exorbitant 30″ Peruvian/ Indian luxurious look shd be kept to a minimum- and to be fair I rarely see her in long weaves, she has a simple hairstyle here which suits her face shape and is age appropriate. lets give respect where it is due, Dr. CKS does not overdo her hairstyles…

    • Nobody is politicizing the hairdo here please. It is just an observation meant to create debate amongst us Zambians as well as other Africans.

    • you are right mama women in zambia is just too much looking artificial. both in complexion and hairs. am natural lady under 50. Thanks

    • You are right mdala,this hair business is a disgrace.look at the pictures where she is in a meeting with other people from different countries/races.they are all carrying their natural hair except her.nensoni tabakwata.Thats why i always say, you can get PhDs but as long as you are not self aware,you are reduced to nothing but a joke.Her name is christine,i bet you in that whole meeting, none of the white people there had a name like muzimaye kanange, or chilufya or mwando. nothing. they wont adopt your names, your hair, your clothes, so why do you insist of theirs sure?? Why do you glorify and praise everyone else other than yourself in terms of culture? I commend her thought on the chitenge arrangement. keep this up and thats what we want to see.selling zambia is not just minerals.

  8. Bemba’s are good people just like Lozi, Luvale Ngoni, Lenje etc, but this President is making them hated, how do you tolerate such poor representation of other tribes at all the Embassies. I am married to a Bemba and now not proud to be associated anymore. This President was voted by non Bembas as well and should show that Zambia is a Unitary State by equal representation in public institutions.
    Because of this the country is now divided along tribal lines. Innocent people like Elias Chipimo and Nevers Mumba are suffering because of high level nepotism giving Zambians less choices of leaders for 2016.
    MCS please hear me. yours Truely Shimpundu Bwembya.

    • When Sata wants to appoint ministers from the opposition, you the same chaps objected that Sata cannot choose members of parliament from the opposition and be appointed as ministers. So what do you want him to do? Off course if the opposition refuses to appoint their member of parliaments to serve in Government, the president has no choice but to choose from the people who won the elections with him. You think if HH came to power, which he won’t, there will be bembas in his cabinet. Bembas will suffer unemployment and all kinds if adverse things you can think of. Peace to Zambia and all tribes.

  9. Pic 9 – Body Guard is also watching whatever they are watching instead of guarding our beautiful First Lady. Uyu Body Guard kuti akupaisha ka!!

  10. @Kombo, just wait until our Tonga folks gets into power! You haven’t seen nothing yet!!! It will be the same thing, Haambote, Chaboota, Choolwe, Mudenda, Janza, Chuulu, Hamusonde……

  11. Pic # 2,
    ‘Amos Chanda and her daughter’. Is he bisexual?
    Why is it that at every public institution bemba names are always dominant? What crime have other tribes committed to be so sidelined by this PF government? The embassies are the worst, even grandmothers are there.

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