President Edgar Lungu has left Windhoek, Namibia, back home.
President Lungu’s Presidential Challenger Jet plane left Hosea Kutaku International Airport at about 09:50 hours, this morning .
Zambian High Commissioner to Namibia, Sylvia Chalikosa among other Zambian and Namibian officials saw off the Republican President .
And speaking to journalists shortly before departure, the President said he learnt many lessons by attending the functions.
The President was attending Namibia’s 25th Namibian independence anniversary and inauguration of President Elect, Hage Geingob, yesterday.
Mr Lungu, , who attended the function alongside First Republican President, Kenneth Kaunda and Fourth Republican President Rupiah Banda, said he was in the right path of leadership by always associating himself with the past heads of state.
He said there was nothing special about him travelling with former Presidents because other African Heads of State government did the same.
He cited President Ian Khama Serese Khama Botswana who came with Ketumire Masire and Festus Moghae and former President Benjamin Mukapa who accompanied President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania.
Mr Lungu said it was important for African leaders to giver respect and honour former presidents who are s source of wisdom.
He also expressed happiness that Namibia has adopted the motto One Zambia one Nation and domesticated it as One Namibia One Nation.
Namibia held her general elections on November 25, 2014, and delayed the inauguration for March 21, the date the country attained its political independence.
President Lungu has been here since Friday attending and was accompanied by Foreign Affairs Minister, Harry Kalaba his Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations, Amos Chanda and his political advisor, Keiza Zulu among others.