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First Lady Dr.Christine Kaseba tours Robert Makasa University in Chinsali

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First Lady christine Kaseba this morning conducted an eductional tour of Robert Makasa university in Chinsali.This was part of the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province.Muchinga Province Education Officer (PEO) Jobbicks Kalumba paid glowing tribute to the First Lady for taking time off her busy schedule to be part of the Mentorship programme in Muchinga province.Mr. Kalumba said the event is an eye opener for the Ministry of Education in the Province to strengthen all interventions aimed at securing the future of children.

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng'andu (third from right), Sports deputy minister Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde (third from left), Muchinga province minister Gerry Chanda (r)  and Home affairs deputy minister Stephen Kampyongo (l) during an educational  tour of Robert Makasa University in  Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng’andu (third from right), Sports deputy minister Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde (third from left), Muchinga province minister Gerry Chanda (r) and Home affairs deputy minister Stephen Kampyongo (l) during an educational tour of Robert Makasa University in Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

 

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng'andu and Sports deputy minister Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde  during an educational  tour of Robert Makasa University in  Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba with Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng’andu and Sports deputy minister Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde during an educational tour of Robert Makasa University in Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba talks to pupils during an educational  tour of Robert Makasa University in  Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba talks to pupils during an educational tour of Robert Makasa University in Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba talks to Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng'andu and Sports deputy minister  Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde  during an educational  tour of Robert Makasa University in  Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province  -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba talks to Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Bwalya Ng’andu and Sports deputy minister Christopher Mulenga -Chiponde during an educational tour of Robert Makasa University in Chinsali on August 15,2014. This was during the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

32 COMMENTS

  1. Looking forward to the first lady visiting us girls in Northwestern Province.Hope my cousins in Mazabuka and Mongu will also be visited.I really hope this is not reserved for only Muchinga province.

    • Sure, why concentration of Universities in North Eastern Zambia. What of North Western/Southern Zambia??????????????????????

    • a govt and a country that invests in education, healthcare, communication infrastructure invests in the future wellbeing of that country.

      well done PF

      abashala ni zeeeeee

    • This is where our tax payers money and copper is going. Developing Muchinga only when Solwezi where copper is coming from is falling apart.

    • The question you may as yourself is, how many universities have been built in this place only. Development……………
      Hence i do not care bout words cos every mf can use them good words and make people believe in s***t

  2. So the presidential powers are now being passed to family members to abuse? How much is she getting paid to do this? Have you no shame to be parading yourself like that after revealing that your husband is fit and well? This woman should also be investigated for the crimes against Zambia. Your time will come.

    • Learn to read. It clearly states why she visited the project: “This was part of the Teachers, Community Leaders/ Pupils mentorship in Muchinga Province”. Don’t be blinded by jealousy and hatred that you even fail to engage your brain!

    • JUST AS A ZAMBIAN CITIZEN, EVEN U IF YOU WANT U CAN GO AND PWENEKA. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE WILL BE THAT FOR U NO CAMERA MAN WILL FOLLOW BCOZ U ARE A COMMONER

  3. This looks beautiful indeed, PF govt.

    Why are you spoiling your reputation by engaging in very controversial schemes that make people look away from the good things you are doing?

    Four main issues have diverted pipo’s attention from your good works:

    1. Your change of policy on constitution making.
    2. Your use of the Public Order Act to gag and intimidate the opposition especially the UPND and Tongas – thus appearing to promote tribalism.
    3. Your handling of the Treaty of Barotseland and militarisation of Western province.
    4. Retreating of the President from interacting with the public preferring to communicate via Facebook which majority of Zambians are not accessing.

    Its really sad. Whoever/whichever party takes over in 2016 should continue with what PF has started -…

    • PF did not start these projects, Mwanawasa once said that he had implemented long term projects which people will see after he was long gone. PF have tried to make these projects their own but we all know who started them. What happened to the economic zones, new city in NW province, the new proposed hydro electric dam?

  4. Its really sad. Whoever/whichever party takes over in 2016 should continue with what PF has started -…infrastructure building. Personally, I do not care where these Universities are built. Now that Muchinga has been catered for, let whoever takes over power continue to build universities and polytechnics in other provinces. I would propose siting of these in the following:

    Western province – university at Kaoma, Luampa junction, more central
    N/Western Kabompo, not Solwezi
    Southern Province – Choma
    Eastern – Chipata
    Lusaka Province – Nil. Already catered for
    Central Province – Nil – already catered for
    Northern province – Kasama
    Luapula – Mwansabombwe/Kawambwa.

    Build the railway to link with Angola and Namibia.
    That is development MMD should have embarked on. 20 yrs down the…

    • We want to see both the works and the leader. After all, it does not cost the President or country any money for the President to interact with his people.

  5. I like the girls in photo 3. One has crossed arms, with shirt out. Another is sucking on a lollipop. They look like, ‘oh boys are bad? They get you preggers!’ Oh okay! Those buildings look so lovely. Kids are getting lucky again with such facilities. Congratulations gov’t, keep Fraud down (that’s our no.1 concern).

  6. @ 1.3 PF ….Know tht: Tongaz already ve Rusangu University since you people say all SDAs r Tongaz.Which University do u ve as Northerners ? Tongaz r head of Northerners in EVERYTHING ? Even the Might Hilcrest is Tongaland- BEST TECHNICAL SCHOOL IN ZAMBIA. So wht Else…?
    Infact the Capital of Zambia was in SOUTHERN.
    ZONDA UZALEMA CHABBE !!

    Tongaz are just blessed PEOPLE. YOU WILL DO WHTEVER you want but u will NEVER CHANGE THE HISTORY OF ZAMBIA.

    • This is not a tribal matter. Please the topic is very clear and there is nothing tribal about it. You are the same people decampaigning UPND.

    • @ 9 Anderson Chisala and @1.3 PF FOR EVER. Your arguments are s.illy. It does not matter whether the RM university is in Chinsali or Hillcrest is in Livingstone. These infrastructures do not belong to a tribe but Zambia. Neither were they built by a tribe. Stop being i.diotic you two. I am from Kasama but I went to Hillcrest – so what?

    • One other thing for you @ Anderson Chisala and @ PF FOR EVER. Lusaka is the most developed city in Zambia. So are you saying the Solis are ahead in everything? S.illy politics!

  7. According to information freely available on the net, the start date for this project was August 2010 which means it is another one of MMD projects that have been hijacked by the thieving panga fighters in the same way that they have hijacked the road building projects left by the previous regime but which are now stalling due to rampant theft. Shame on poor finishers so bereft of ideas that they have to jump on the ones instigated by the same people they demonised. Isnt the fat Kasebanya the same person who has jumped on the mobile hospital bandwagon on which her now voiceless husband previously spewed so much hateful vitriol on the previous regime?

  8. University looking very good. Well done to the Government. We look forward to seeing President Sata opening the University. First Lady you are a working First Lady indeed. If only His Excellency can take a leaf from you and step out of Nkwazi House to visit projects across the country or at least Mangago for campaign so we of little faith can be restored to believing that the man is indeed fit for work as president.

  9. It seems other provinces can only hope for left-overs, if there will be any! Otherwise, it is a one-sided affair.

  10. I mean who is calling the shots in Zambia at the mo? There has always been this latent feeling that president’s spouses in Zambia usually rule. Betty for KK, Maureen for LPM, Thandhiwe for RB. I left Chiluba out because him, he was tough and Vera was not quite up there. Now this Kaseba business is just going too far and needs arresting. While other first ladies have done ‘their thing’ in the background we are witnessing some outpouring of blatant lack of respect for the constitution never seen before in the history of the republic. Can someone tell this lady to go home or at best go into the nearest hospital to show professional arrogance there.

    • You’ve spoken and spoken well. Several others have rightly commented on this blatant disregard for the constitution. Christine is not an elected official and Zambia is not a chiefdom.
      Education is badly needed for the average zambian – how and why is she your “mother”? Don’t make her unquestionable as you do your mother (as per tradition). Ask instead for Accountability, for the good of your own family.

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