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First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Mwine Lubemba Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi District , Northern Province. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA on 1st March 2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Paramount Chief Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi, Northern Province. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs
First Lady Esther Lungu when she paid a Courtesy call on Paramount Chief Chitimukulu at his palace in Mungwi, Northern Province. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs

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First Lady Esther Lungu ,Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe and Former First Lady Vera Chiluba joins dancers upon arrival at Kasama lodge today.The First Lady is in the province to check on women clubs.
First Lady Esther Lungu ,Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe and Former First Lady Vera Chiluba joins dancers upon arrival at Kasama lodge today.The First Lady is in the province to check on women clubs.

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First Lady Esther Lugu being welcomed by  upon arrival at Kasama airport in Kasama today.She is in the province to check on women clubs.
First Lady Esther Lugu being welcomed by upon arrival at Kasama airport in Kasama today.She is in the province to check on women clubs.

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First Lady Esther Lungu ,Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe and Former First Lady Vera Chiluba upon arrival at Kasama lodge
First Lady Esther Lungu ,Northern Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe and Former First Lady Vera Chiluba upon arrival at Kasama lodge

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First Lady Esther Lungu addressing a gathering at Kasama lodge
First Lady Esther Lungu addressing a gathering at Kasama lodge

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First Lady Esther Lungu's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Former First Lady Vera Chiluba  greets  Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga when First Lady Esther Lungu paid a courtesy call on him at his offices in Luapula Province  on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Former First Lady Vera Chiluba greets Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga when First Lady Esther Lungu paid a courtesy call on him at his offices in Luapula Province on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Fomer First Lady Vera Chiluba when she visited SDA Orphanage where she donated food stuffs.  This was during the  First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Fomer First Lady Vera Chiluba when she visited SDA Orphanage where she donated food stuffs. This was during the First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu being Introduced to Children at  MANSA SDA in Luapula Province .  This was during the  First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu being Introduced to Children at MANSA SDA in Luapula Province . This was during the First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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PF Women in Mansa during first Lady Esther Lungu's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
PF Women in Mansa during first Lady Esther Lungu’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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PF Women in Mansa
PF Women in Mansa

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First Lady Esther Lungu visits patients at Mbala General Hospital
First Lady Esther Lungu visits patients at Mbala General Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu tours  Mansa SDA Orphanage as the orphanage Coordinator  Webby Kalipenta  looks on in Luapula Province
First Lady Esther Lungu tours Mansa SDA Orphanage as the orphanage Coordinator Webby Kalipenta looks on in Luapula Province

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First Lady Esther Lungu with  women at Sunsuntila Day Orphanage Centre  where she handed over a donation on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with women at Sunsuntila Day Orphanage Centre where she handed over a donation on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with  women at Sunsuntila Day Orphanage Centre  where she handed over a donation on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with women at Sunsuntila Day Orphanage Centre where she handed over a donation on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu during tour of Fatma Home for Children in Mansa, Luapula province. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during tour of Fatma Home for Children in Mansa, Luapula province. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets Ministers spouses and Friends of the First Lady upon her arrival at Mansa Airport   for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu greets Ministers spouses and Friends of the First Lady upon her arrival at Mansa Airport for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu  checks on the Chickens as Kaole women club coordinator Charity Katebe (r)   looks on   when she visited Kaole Chisapa women Club in Luapula Province.  This was during the  First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu checks on the Chickens as Kaole women club coordinator Charity Katebe (r) looks on when she visited Kaole Chisapa women Club in Luapula Province. This was during the First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets Ministers spouses and Friends of the First Lady upon her arrival at Mansa Airport   for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu greets Ministers spouses and Friends of the First Lady upon her arrival at Mansa Airport for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu receives flowers from Promise Chihana  upon her arrival at Mansa Airport   for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu receives flowers from Promise Chihana upon her arrival at Mansa Airport for the Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu  during a meeting with Senior Chief Nsokolo and Chief Nondo (r)  at  Lake Chila Lodge where the two traditional leaders  paid a courtesy call on her on March 1,2015.
First Lady Esther Lungu during a meeting with Senior Chief Nsokolo and Chief Nondo (r) at Lake Chila Lodge where the two traditional leaders paid a courtesy call on her on March 1,2015.

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First Lady Esther Lungu  join PF women in singing upon arrival at Zambia Air Force Samora Machel Base in Mbala on March 1,2015. The First Lady is in Mbala on the outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by Thomas Nsama
First Lady Esther Lungu join PF women in singing upon arrival at Zambia Air Force Samora Machel Base in Mbala on March 1,2015. The First Lady is in Mbala on the outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by Thomas Nsama

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Fist Lady Esther Lungu  at Mansa after paying a Courtesy call on Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga  at the Bishops office  in Luapula Province  on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Fist Lady Esther Lungu at Mansa after paying a Courtesy call on Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga at the Bishops office in Luapula Province on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu admires a baby  at Mbala General Hospital  where she visited patients on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu admires a baby at Mbala General Hospital where she visited patients on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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First Lady Esther Lungu welcomed by ZAF personnel   upon arrival at Zambia Air Force Samora Machel Base in Mbala on March 1,2015.
First Lady Esther Lungu welcomed by ZAF personnel upon arrival at Zambia Air Force Samora Machel Base in Mbala on March 1,2015.

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First Lady Esther Lungu during tour of Mbala General Hospital on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during tour of Mbala General Hospital on March 2,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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 First Lady Esther Lungu  addresses women  at Mansa College of Education. This was during the  First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014
First Lady Esther Lungu addresses women at Mansa College of Education. This was during the First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets Docas mothers  when she visited Mansa SDA Orphanage where she donated food stuffs.  This was during the  First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014
First Lady Esther Lungu greets Docas mothers when she visited Mansa SDA Orphanage where she donated food stuffs. This was during the First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs in Mansa on February 27,2014

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Luapula Province Minister Brigadier General Benson Kapaya briefing the first Lady on some developmental Projects in the province when she paid a courtesy call on him at his Office in Mansa. With her is the former First lady Vera Chiluba, ministers wives and friends of the first lady from Kafue PF Constituency. Looking on is Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Bornface Chimbwali.
Luapula Province Minister Brigadier General Benson Kapaya briefing the first Lady on some developmental Projects in the province when she paid a courtesy call on him at his Office in Mansa. With her is the former First lady Vera Chiluba, ministers wives and friends of the first lady from Kafue PF Constituency. Looking on is Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Bornface Chimbwali.

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Luapula Province Minister Brigadier General Benson Kapaya welcoming the first Lady Esther Lungu at Mansa College of Education where she went to address and thank the Patriotic Front Women for their support and also share the need for women economic empowerment in order to take the party to higher heights
Luapula Province Minister Brigadier General Benson Kapaya welcoming the first Lady Esther Lungu at Mansa College of Education where she went to address and thank the Patriotic Front Women for their support and also share the need for women economic empowerment in order to take the party to higher heights

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First Lady Esther Lungu  being welcomed by  Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga when she paid a courtesy call on him at his offices in Luapula Province  on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady's Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu being welcomed by Diocese of Mansa Bishop Patrick Chisanga when she paid a courtesy call on him at his offices in Luapula Province on February 28,2015. This was during First Lady’s Outreach Programme for People with Special Needs -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
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  1. You cant kill a cut and out it in the oven and expect it to become biscuit,

    It will still be a cat

    Sorry

    Thanks
    Bb2014

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    • @Mushota: Jealousy??? You will never be First lady becoz Ur Boy friends are always laborers. Cleaning stress of the UK. Leave Mama Lungu alone..

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    • OH YES IT WILL STILL BE A CAT! IF EDGAR AND HIS WIFE ARE CATS, THEY WILL FOREVER REMAIN CATS. THESE TRIPS MADE BY FIRST LADIES IN ZAMBIA ARE A SMART WAY TO ENRICH THESE WOMEN BY THEIR HUSBANDS. AND THIS HAS NOW BECOME A NORM IN ZAMBIA, WHERE A FIRST LADY WILL EMBARK ON SOME CHARITY WORK IN OUR COMMUNITIES, BUT THE TRUTH IS, THESE WOMEN ARE MILKING THE COUNTRY OF LOTS OF MONEY. IMAGINE THE TRAVEL ALLOWANCES, EATING ALLOWANCES, HOTEL ALLOWANCES,FUEL AND OTHER RESOURCES USED DURING THESE TRIPS. AND THESE WOMEN ARE NOT TRAVELLING ALONE, IT’S AN ENTOURAGE! LUNGU AND WIFE HAVE BEEN TRAINED BY THE LIKES OF BANDA, VERA CHILUBA ON HOW TO SIPHON A COUNTRY. IF YOU THINK ZAMBIA WILL DEVELOP UNDER LUNGU FORGET IT! LUNGU IS SIMPLY THERE TO SERV E HIMSELF. FROM RUGS TO RICHES!

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    • By the way, what is it this Mushota studies? S/he is usually among the first to comment on anything. It looks like s/he just sits on computer the whole day. How unproductive!!!

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    • Ba Vera Chiluba will always be my favorite First Lady. Uneducated but very street smart.people would make fun of her English but when she talked every body listened and she just didn’t talk, she was a woman of action. She was very sympathetic to women and children issues. She would visit compound markets and fit right in with the women. A courageous and charismatic person. Ba Esther Lungu must have good advisors. She is learning from one the best. You can say all you want about her but when I look at her, I see my mother. Caring, confident, down to earth.

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    • SYLVIA MASEBO MY BABY EXPELLED ,THIS LUNGU WANT EVERY JIM AND JACK TO WORSHIP HIM TETI FIBOMBE BA EDGAR MUKWAI MWAILASHA BA EDGAR .
      IN MY 100 YEARS HAVE DONE POLITICS YOU ARE THE WORST COSMETIC PRESIDO HAVE EVER SEEN .

      BREAKAWAY PARTY FROM YOUR OWN CURRENT CABINET COMING
      #2016 BREAKAWAY PARTY FROM PF GOVT

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  2. Well done Mama Lungu, Please advise Slim Big boss Lungu, to unite the country, campaigns are over. So let PF cadres stop being violent.

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  3. Hope Foundation, Maureen Mwanawasa Foundation, Cancer Foundation….foundations that disappear after office

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  4. mushota remember before the elections, “should ECL win then I will apply for British citizenship”. ECL won BUT you are still stuck in Lusaka.

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    • The UK is overcrowded. The last thing they want to do is give a person like Mushota citizenship. To my brothers and sister in the U.S, Uk and Australia, I suggest you start saving up for a piece of land at home because the immigration system is changing fast and wont be long before it sorts us out. We should also come up with a strategy to make sure HH wins so that by the time we head home, the kwacha will be stable and the economy can take us in.#HH2016

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  5. Zambia has yet again been blessed with a Mother and Parent in the name of the First Lady, Mrs. Esther Lungu. Her combination with Former First Lady Mrs. Vera Chiluba caps it all. The two are a perfect fit. This how it should go. Look at where they visit and purpose, very encouraging indeed. Zambia is back on track. Jealousy down please.

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  6. Why has our good doctor First Lady stopped her good projects and surgeries. Does it mean cervical cancer is no more in zambia? What about those publised surgeries she performed in the districts? Is there no longer a need for them???Luckily There are highly dedicated medics who work under the most trying circumstances 24/7 in these areas, unsung , in- noticed and not asking for any special favours or publicity . For them it’s a calling, a duty and not just something for the consumption of the cameras like the former first lady’s operation. Prove me wrong and come out and continue those projects!

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    • @ Webman lets hope she really does continue when all that may still be hampering her wears away. Hers was a noble project aimed at serving women health and which women should demand for continuity. The only hiccup is maybe the funding which now becomes tricky as the budget line she used to enjoy now belongs to the current First Lady with her own projects. I wonder why these former first ladies can not just work together under one umbrella that apportions as departments the projects they start while on plot one. None of their projects is lesser than the other

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  7. Christine Kaseba could have delivered a baby or 2 for the cameras. Now that’s a First Lady LOL.

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  8. Esther and Vera working together is a blessing to the women of Zambia. It takes a humble soul to share the limelight with another when all eyes in the nation should be on her. We have hope.

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    • iyee humble what muli vipuba
      na Dalitso wapa ka nwa wa mulomo mayo uyu
      Do u really know her iyee muletwipusha
      umulomo nambala 1 .
      imyona kwati ba mwacilafuma ba lunshi

      oh dear me
      #2016 Breakaway Party to win

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  9. Mushota mwaice leka amachelashi. Nowadays you are talking highly of the inconsequential Rainbow party of Kabimba. Both of you have fallen from grace by departing from it that the great hero Michael Sata initiated, nurtured and expanded. The PF of Zambia. Anyone attempting to dilute PF from its original flavour will be treated like disease causing virus.

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  10. @ Auctioneer EL and Hijacker RB

    There’s a better way to disagree with someone else’ opinion and it’s not insults or name calling. Belittling another person no matter how seemly inferior their views may be to yours is a sign of insecurity. I respect nevertheless.

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  11. Why is ba Esther hanging around with Vera kwena?!. What can she learn from her. How to cheat on your husband whilst at State House?. She should hang out instead with Dr.Christine Kaseba Sata “umwanakashi wamupamba” at least she can learn how to aspire for the highest office when the husband leaves the stage!

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  12. Vera was divorced and turned against chiluba, it is not correct to use him in death. She is posturingherself ahead of the rightful wife of Fred who was tormented with him when Vera joined chiluba’s enemies.

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  13. Nsanje ibaba nsanje
    Zambians first ladies origins
    1. Betty Kaweche Kaunda Eastern Province
    2. Vera Chiluba Eastern Province
    3. Maureen Kakubo Central Province
    4. Ntandiwe Banda Eastern Province
    5. Christine Kaseba Central province
    6. Easter Lungu Eastern Province
    Out 6 presidents, 4 first ladies come from the East.
    Means HH is unlikely to win because Mutinta is not from East

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