President Lungu’s departure for Addis Ababa in pictures

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President Edgar Lungu greets PF officials  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets PF officials on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets greets PF officials at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets greets PF officials at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets Goodward Mulumbwa as his  Special Assistant for  Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu looks on  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets Goodward Mulumbwa as his Special Assistant for Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu looks on on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets senior Government officials  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she accompanied the President for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu greets senior Government officials on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she accompanied the President for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets senior Government officials  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she accompanied the President for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu greets senior Government officials on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she accompanied the President for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets PF officials  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets PF officials on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets Rabson Soko  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets Rabson Soko on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu with Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata and Justice minister Ngosa Simbyakula  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata and Justice minister Ngosa Simbyakula at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets his  Special Assistant for  Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets his Special Assistant for Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets Southern Province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu talks to PF Secretary General Davies Chama as Home Affairs minister Davies Mwila (r) looks on  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu talks to PF Secretary General Davies Chama as Home Affairs minister Davies Mwila (r) looks on at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu bids farewell to Acting President Inonge Wina on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu bids farewell to Acting President Inonge Wina on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets his  Special Assistant for  Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets his Special Assistant for Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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President Edgar Lungu greets Goodward Mulubwa as  his  Special Assistant for  Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu looks on  on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu greets Goodward Mulubwa as his Special Assistant for Political Affairs Kaiza Zulu looks on on arrival at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before departure to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs shortly before seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets  Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata  after seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata after seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets Emmanuel Mwamba  after seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets Emmanuel Mwamba after seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Inonge Wina greets service Chiefs after seeing- off President Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport who left for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before Departure for Adiss Ababa, Ethiopia on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before Departure for Adiss Ababa, Ethiopia on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Presdent Edgar Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before Departure to Adiss Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before Departure to Adiss Ababa, Ethiopia for the African Union Summit on January 29,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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 President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Health Minister Dr Joseph Kasonde on arrival at Hilton Hotel in  Addis Ababa,Ethiopia.
President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Health Minister Dr Joseph Kasonde on arrival at Hilton Hotel in Addis Ababa,Ethiopia.

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President Edgar Lungu receives a bouquet of flowers from Hilton Guest Relations Manager on arrival at Hilton Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
President Edgar Lungu receives a bouquet of flowers from Hilton Guest Relations Manager on arrival at Hilton Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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64 COMMENTS

    • Did you see Mr. Mukupa next to Mulenga Sata? That short man has been with Edgar through out campaign, he deserves a huge appointment in government.

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    • @Nostradamus: That’s why Zambia, will never move forward. Just because he was with him in campaigns gives him the right / qualification to be given a huge Government Appointment?? wow. What a criteria.

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    • Don’t these people have anywhere else to meet apart from the airport? It seems there is no space at State House or Cabinet Office or wherever they are supposed to meet and quickly get onto work. We need to change all this and be serious business oriented. We need a press conference to tell us what is happening, where we are going unlike pictures of ugly fat people smiling for nothing.

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    • You make your own stories from the pictures.

      Emmanuel Mwamba is a scrounger. How man times does he have to be dismissed from PF in some capacity to make the party realise, he offers nothing to the cause.

      Disingenuous man and more so an opportunist

      Thanks
      BB2014

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    • It was too much at the airport, all those individual citizens!!, next time please reduce the number.

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    • @Mushota first time I agree with you there! I see, you are seeing light at the end of the tunnel. Ever since you started putting some title BB2014 after your name, you have come down to your senses.
      @Chief analyser next time also be in the front row so we can blog about you!

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    • PF and Lungu ‘s PR machine must find a clever of informing the nation that Lungu is NOT in good shape and needs to fixed here and there to make him fit for work.

      Inform us that, he needs some treatment fast before the situation gets worse.

      I can see, Bo ma bo INONGE being the first Zambian president by default here. A thing which the majority PF members from the north are not in favour of.

      Madame INONGE might be the president to take us into the 2016 general elections.

      If it happens that INONGE succeeds Lungu before 2016, there will be a lot of alliances which will see some PF and MMD join FDD or UPND.

      INONGE might win favour from PF if she appoints a northerner as her vice president.

      Just speculating folks nothing serious, thought it might happen because never say…

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    • OH DEAR TUKAMUSHI FULULULU NOT PRESIDENTIAL MATERIAL.
      UTUTOBO TWALUTUKU ,UTUMOLU OSTRICH OR GIRAFFEE

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  1. Apapene Bana Dalitso Lungu has changed!!?
    This Lungu is shaming us devils, he is still doing good. No mistakes yet.

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  2. But we in the UPND don’t want to see such pictures.

    We want to read that Lungu is unwell, has failed to read his speech!

    We want to hear from a Malawian or Nigerian prophita predicting doom for Lungu.

    Doom is our way of doing business. Doom.

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    • A HUMAN BRAIN NOT VERY GOOD WITH ABSTRACT IDEAS BUT TANGIBLE THINGS, NO WONDER TOO MUCH SPECULATIONS WHEN THERE’S NOTHING TANGIBLE. SUCH PICTURES ARE GOOD. AT LEAST THEY DISPEL SPECULATIONS AND RUMORS. KEEP ON POSTING PICTURES PLEASE.

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    • @Tutu
      Be careful what you wish for. Next time it could be HH in statehouse. Is that what you want people to wish for his political career and personally? Take it easy.
      Wishing Lungu failure when he doesn’t even know you is like YOU TAKING POISON AND EXPECTING LUNGU TO DIE.

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    • @Tutu, sorry people have missed your sense of humor, satire and irony in your post. Indeed, aren’t those the true thoughts and feelings of our friends in UPND? Good one, I might say!

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  3. That greeting from mama is great. Its like she was saying safe journey my son and may the Good God be with you.

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  4. Wonderful!

    TODAY, WE HAVE A WOMAN PRESIDENT IN CHARGE! WOOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO,

    She can pass a few laws, like…….um, All Men to cook and clean the house from today until His Excellency returns! Mmmmmmmmm!

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  5. Honestly HH can rot in the den of loosers. This is just beaultifll. First we beat racism and became the first african country to ever have a white president post aparthied. Then after that we go on to make a huge stride in gender equality ever recorded in Zed politics and the man cant identify himself with any of these positives. On top of that the entire world are looking up to Zambian growing domocracy? In his corner UPND recorded a growth from third largest to second lagest political party by ballot cast on presidency. Come on! What in life can someone wish for? He can wish for more but definately he has to learn to see success. Otherwise, he will refuse to be inogulated when he wins elections one day thinking its not him.

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    • Why should he rot you hater? Why is he still in your thoughts and on your lips even after your PF victory? Why the sleepless nights? Enjoy your rein in government, do not obsess over HH, his time will surely come.

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  6. I still think HH would have made a way better president but Atleast this is a pleasant change from the circus Sata put us through. I just hope he gets rid of some of these people that advanced due to Sata who lack merit like Mulenga Sata, Chibesa Kunda, chikwanda and others. Zambia has far better people to replace these people.

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    • All those people you have mentioned are credible people. If that list does not include Willie Nsanda, then you are lost.

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  7. Looking at these pictures from a distance using a UPND binoculars, I see nothing good about them.

    I went closer with a UPND lens, they still look bad.

    I then tried with a UPND microscope, they are worse.

    The pictures don’t meet our standards in the UPND.

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  8. I am yet to read a message where Bembas wont mention HH even after stealing the votes. He surely makes you restless. How nice. Go HH go. Let them keep talking and dreaming about you.

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    • My friend, HH is a long lost story- Bring him in 2016 and PF will give you “kolopa.com”. Take you to the cleaners as the English man would call it. When everyones support base shows up, let us see if 700,000 will give you a win!

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    • @ninala, why should you assume every who mentions HH’s name is Bemba? And just how do you tell someone’s tribe by their “fake” names on LT? Hmmmm…, my dear, why don’t you share the stuff you are smoking so we all can befit from such magical powers!

      By the way, have you taken into account the huge number of shameless bloggers who have all of a sudden adopted Bemba sounding pseudonyms for nefarious reasons? Have you noticed how many the “mulenga so & so”, “chanda so & so”, “bwalya so & so”, and like pseudonyms have mashroomed on LT nowadays?

      You can’t tell the book by its cover, can you!?

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  9. Mushota you are sharp shooter, always refreshing reading your comments. How do you really think about things, I cannot out what you think about life but I would like to meet and just chart with you in the hope I can learn something about you. You my hero to be straight, always on the look out for your comments.

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  10. Thank you Lusaka times for these wonderful pics you are ever spot on.The only thing am proud of EL as a president of Zed is the height.

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    • people of zambia President lungu willdo a good job..what we ignore and overlook is the role Economic Hitmen play in our country and the rest of the world already he is inheriting a debts our country owes to imf and world bank..Even if HH won same story..Read a book called CONFESSIONS OF AN ECONOMIC HITMAN by john perkins..after every president wins he is approached by them..Mr president Congratulations on winning the elections,here is what we want u to do..You cant fulfill all your campaign promises but u need to do this for us blah blah..if u dont we will either kill u or remove u and they will give him examples like Lumumba of the DRC ,etc etc..in short what am saying is it doesnt matter who wins our presidents will always be puppets to the white guys because we need them please read…

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    • @kobili
      Thanks for sharing info on the John Perkins book. I knew that such things were happening but I thought it was at a ‘local level’ like our small ‘cartel’, you know, not this. SOME SCARY ISH!
      Thanks again.

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  11. Sorry Mr. President but I have to call you out on this one. A tie was a pre-requisite for this trip. As Head of State, you needed to be well dressed for the occassion. Next time, please remember to wear a tie.

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  12. Zambians you never stop amazing me up to now you are not used to President come and go why say a bad thing on your friend tomorrow will be someone else we say Zambia is a Christian nation which we are proud of why not unity because divided we fool and we believe in one Zambia one nation come on Zambians wakeup we one please, please.

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  13. Give credit where it is due.

    Ester is the most beautiful first lady Zambia has ever produced/seen. Can you imagine the way she used to look in her 20’es. What more if she grew up in Kabulonga.

    No wonder she picked a President for a husband. She saw a President in Lungu long before other women did.

    Congratulations Ester for having a predictive eye.

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  14. I like the ka shoe on Picture No. 14 mwe!! Bon Voyagem Your Excellency, ECL!! Epo mpelele…

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  15. What a waste of taxpayer money! You mean all these officials do not have more productive things to do for us Zambians who pay their salaries and pay for their gas?

    We never develop under such a system of patronage.

    @tutu I will not comment on your taste of women.

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    • Can you imagine! All of them going to the airport on taxpayer’s pockets just to go and pweneka. Please senior state house staff responsible for the motorcade, cut down on the number of people going to do chimpwena and ukuposha fye ba kateka.

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  16. Today I am the proudest person from Zambeziland (Zambia).

    Why? That handshake between the President and his Vice gives me a good feeling.

    Above all….. Boma Inonge is the Acting President.

    Weu, weu, Olala!

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  17. Surely our leaders do they not see how small and outdated our airport is when they fly in from Nairobi or Joburg. ..its pathetic not worthy to be called an international airport.

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    • @Jay Jay, you are right. I just visited home (Zambia) not too long ago and arriving at that airport (KKI) after living abroad for a while, it was like arriving at an airstrip here in America. But see, these are the projects the late Sata was keen on building or improving. Yet our friends in opposition (especially UPND) condemned and called Sata names for such bold ideas and projects. They saw no value in such except of course when they were campaigning. Oh yes, now all of a sudden Sata’s projects (Mushindo university; wink, wink!) where embraced and praised by the same people—thats opposition in Zambian politics today for you.

      Don’t worry though, I understand a new and modern terminal is in the offing. Hopefully it will be done soon bcoz, quite frankly, KKI is pathetic!

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    • These leaders you are mentioning do not do things wholeheartedly its all about getting kickbacks from singlesourcing contracts to the Chinese construction companies…with RB it’s was the selfsame issue with Turks.
      That Airport is a disgrace and an eyesore..the departure lounge is laughable, no way can that airstrip handle a big aircraft like Airbus A380 or bigger Boeing; we are building useless football stadia instead of investing vital infrastructure.
      The Kenyans are still expanding Jomo Kenyatta yet that airport can handle five 200+ seater aircraft in hour taking off from its Gates.
      Zambians when are we going to wake up!!

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  18. Haha,we have an antique cowshed standard of airport.I weep for my country and its blind leaders.

    They have sight but no vision.

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    • If you live near areas close to airport you will hear and see these helicopters flying to and from every day. ..we have leaders who want to travel like the US president or Saudi Kings yet the infrastructure is substandard…I almost wept when I was in the Arrival lounge queuinig…how can we not see it that the airport still looks the selfsame way it did in 1990.

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  19. Why all those people going to see EL leaving for a meeting, they don’t have things to do? It’s Zambian culture. It’s waste of resources and time. You burn fuel to the airport and time. I remember we did that during KK, but we are still doing the same in the 21st century.

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  20. Keep lining up for jobs and smiling foolishly while it lasts. Who ever becomes the next president should stop this stupid idea of seeing off a president

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  21. Does the first couple have children? The first lady looks healthy but the president looks wasted in these pictures. Not surprised he is already going for medical leave.

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  22. Comrade Patriot, i am with you. this is why Zambia is not developed. Money being wasted by all these political cadres in the names of MPs, VP and Mayor etc by going to see Lungu off and receiving him when they’re supposed to be working. No wonder civil servants also go to the market during work time. for a change Scott can now rest from these unnecessary trip to ancient KK airport.

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  23. comrade Patriot, i was there when we used to line up the streets for hours to wait for KK. in this day and age we only expect Lungu & his security men and women to be at the airport and not the entire PF leadership from cabinet to city council to street cadres to be going to the aiorport

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  24. this is shocking….the more we change the more we remain the same!
    what are all these fools doing at the airport?
    don’t they have anything to do?

    50 years later we still doing the same old rubbish…bring back Kaunda if that is the case…

    lungu please bring in new young dynamic ideas not this crup of people lining up to see a man for 15 seconds…..

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