Monday, February 26, 2024

Filing in of nomination papers in Pictures

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Gender Minister Inonge wina addressing a relly at Mangango market shortly after PF candidate Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai files in successfully at Mangango primarty school during filing in of nomination
Gender Minister Inonge Wina addressing a rally at Mangango market shortly after PF candidate Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai filed in his nomination successfully at Mangango primarty school 

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(right near a tole) Gender Minister Inonge wina (in purple) Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP,Joster Majoro Kaoma DC and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai at the meeting in mangango
 Gender Minister Inonge Wina (in purple) Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP,Joster Majoro Kaoma DC and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai at the meeting in mangango

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-PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai speaking to journalist shortly after succesffully filing in of nomination
PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai speaking to journalists shortly after successfully filing in his nomination

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Gender Minister Inonge wina , Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai having the light moment shortly he successfully files in his nomination at Mangango Primary school
Gender Minister Inonge Wina , Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai having the light moment shortly he successfully filed in his nomination at Mangango Primary school

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Gender Minister Inonge wina ,and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai walks side by side shortly he successfully files in his nomination at Mangango Primary school
Gender Minister Inonge Wina ,and the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai walk side by side 

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Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP speaking journalist whilst flanked by PF the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai (l) and Gender Minister Inonge Wina during the filing in of nominations at mangango primary school
Sylvia Masebo Chongwe MP speaking to journalists whilst flanked by PF the candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai (l) and Gender Minister Inonge Wina during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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Returning Officer Mutayachalo Kingsley checking  details of PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai and his agents during the filing in of nominations at mangango primary school
Returning Officer Mutayachalo Kingsley checking details of PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai and his agents during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri checks details of PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai and his agents Mundele Likongo during the filing in of nominations at mangango primary school
Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri checks details of PF candidate for Mangango Rogers Lingweshi Lyambai and his agents Mundele Likongo during the filing in of nominations at mangango primary school

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Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of 4th revolution party candidate for Mangango Mukumbuta Kabuyana and his agents Bennie Chitumbu during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school
Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of 4th Revolution party candidate for Mangango Mukumbuta Kabuyana and his agents Bennie Chitumbu during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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UPND candidate for Mangango Gondwin Putu speaks to journalist shortly after succesffully filing in of nomination
UPND candidate for Mangango Gondwin Putu speaks to journalists shortly after succesffully filing in of nomination

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MMD candidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala speaks to journalist shortly after succesffully filing in of nomination
MMD candidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala speaks to journalists shortly after succesffully filing in of nomination

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Returning Officer Mutayachalo Kingsley checking  details of MMDcandidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala and his agents during the filing in of nominations at mangango primary school
Returning Officer Mutayachalo Kingsley checking details of MMD candidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala and his agents during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of MMD candidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala and his agents Bennie Liwoyo during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school
Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of MMD candidate for Mangango Charles Mwenzala and his agents Bennie Liwoyo during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of UNIP candidate for Mangango Janet Chingumbe and her agents Charity Muwane during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school
Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of UNIP candidate for Mangango Janet Chingumbe and her agents Charity Muwane during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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UNIP candidate for Mangango Janet Chingumbe flanked by Charity Muwane speaks to journalist shortly after successfully filing in of nomination
UNIP candidate for Mangango Janet Chingumbe flanked by Charity Muwane speaks to journalists shortly after successfully filing in of nomination

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ADD candidate for Mangango Mwene Naluwa flanked by ADD president Charles Milupis peaks to journalist shortly after successfully filing in of nomination
ADD candidate for Mangango Mwene Naluwa flanked by ADD president Charles Milupis peaks to journalist shortly after successfully filing in of nomination

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Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of ADD candidate for Mangango Mwene Naluwa and his agents Helga Muchimba during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school
Assistant Returning Officer Gloria Phiri entering details of ADD candidate for Mangango Mwene Naluwa and his agents Helga Muchimba during the filing in of nominations at Mangango primary school

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Central Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta (right) with  Munda Ward aspiring Candidate Admson Kapapa (left) flashing the PF symbol after successfully filling nominations in Luano District
Central Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta (right) with Munda Ward aspiring Candidate Admson Kapapa (left) flashing the PF symbol after successfully filling nominations in Luano District

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CentralProvince Minister Obvious Mwaliteta (right) with PF Supporters after successfully filling nominations in Munda Ward by- elections in Luano District
CentralProvince Minister Obvious Mwaliteta (right) with PF Supporters after successfully filling nominations in Munda Ward by- elections in Luano District

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 Election Officer for Munda Ward by- elections in Luano District Matengu Joseph (right) checking electoral details with Central Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta and PF Ward  Candidate Admson Kapapa during the filling of nominations
Election Officer for Munda Ward by- elections in Luano District Matengu Joseph (right) checking electoral details with Central Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta and PF Ward Candidate Admson Kapapa during the filling of nominations

28 COMMENTS

  1. Pics 3, 4, and 5 is that Inonge Wina’s grandfather trying to get in on the act and go to parliament and enjoy tax payers benefit as well? Am speechless.

    Anyway, vote UPND young blood and full of energy. Just take a loot at our candidate and compare and vote wisely. No need to increase fossils population in parliament

    • Seriously none of those candidates looks like they will be able to eloquently articulate or defend policy in parliament. Are these honestly our future law makers? do they understand budget deficit? For example put Inonge Wina’s grandfather and a scrupulous investor from say India together in a meeting.Do you think he will be able to understand the fine print of contractual agreement. Will he understand the implications of the people he will ratify in parliament? Our parliament is one big joke.

  2. kwena PF, everywhere its old people. Cant you see abanenu with young vibrant candidates? You never learn ba mambala imwe!!!!

  3. ba LT are you trying to play Donchi kubeba on us? of the 20 pictures you have shown, 12 of them are showing pf, are you pf yourselves? just be balanced and show other crowds from other parties. am sure there are bigger crowds from mmd and UPND. do not be biased in your reporting, we are now more enlightened

  4. @ Mushota

    Please comment on your candidate, seriously what is this guy going to do in parliament come on guys stop joking unless you promise us again that he will only be there for 90 days donchi kubeba stop being jokers.

    • i AM UPND ,BUT I DON’T THINK ITS WISE TO MAKE FUN OF THAT MAN WHO APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN IN THE SERVICE FOR SOME TIME.I FEEL THE ADD GUY LOOKS MORE URBAN BUT THAT’S NO GUARANTEE OF VICTORY.THE UPND CANDIDATE LOOKS DISORGANIZED.

  5. I am disappointed with Bo Inonge Wina three years in government and schools in her province look this run down, people have no shame to campaign in such areas. I splush of paint before the nominations would have given them a better name, for sure PF is dead.

  6. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

    Is inonge winas great grandfather trying to go to parliament as well. Oh my word, this now really speaks for itself. PF is finish, chapwa, finito ,kaput.

  7. Ba LT should be cited for bias. Why have they displayed more PF pictures than anyone else? Are they revealing their true colours? It doesnt add up ladies and gentlemen. As for the PF candidate, he is too old. He was too old ten years ago, let alone today. He may be an easy candidate to beat nor matter what happens. I thought Aka was going to go for it this time around, or is it the Mbunda equation that is preventing them from standing there? Whoever takes Mangango will speak out loud about Western Province. Lets wait and see.

  8. Warning:
    We are learning lessons as a nation for putting old people in state house which has made the country be at stand still, investor confidence waned as uncertainty looms.
    Another by-election would be eminent by natural death if PF party rigged and scooped Mangango seat. Lets not abuse our grand parents, they contributed well to the nation during their time.

  9. These PF empty tins never learn, do they? they appoint retirees and pensioners as ambassadors, now nominating old people as MPs…in all honesty what is an old man who is 75 years going to provide to his young constituents…this just more medical bills and funerals. Sata is a quintessential example of not electing old people.
    MHSRIP.

  10. Pic 2.. What is the District Commissioner doing at the meeting? I thought he is supposed to be a public servant and not a cader??? Anyway, Zambian politics

  11. While the PF NEC was still arguing in the boardroom on who was to contest on their ticket, time was ticking and the filing in of nomination papers was up (argument was between Chiseke and some other person understandably the man who petitioned Chiseke’s election – remember Chiseke was MMD upto the time his seat was nullified). So that old man, who came through to give solidarity and support, was just handpicked from the crowds and asked to file in as their candidate… The two men under contention were both in Lusaka and could not make a quick travel to Kaoma to file in their nomination papers. It was all dramatic and funny seeing how this man was handpicked…..

  12. I’m disappointed with you my PF guys, i honestly do not see PF scooping the Mangango seat. The end of mwamukolo!

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