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Inonge Wina to embark on a three-day visit to Western Province

General News Inonge Wina to embark on a three-day visit to Western Province

Inonge Wina
Inonge Wina

VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina is expected in Mongu tomorrow for a three-day visit to Western Province during which she will meet the Litunga before addressing public meetings in the provincial capital, in Senanga and in Nalolo.

This will be her first official visit to the province since President Lungu appointed her as Zambia’s first female Vice-President last January.

According to the programme issued by the Western Province administration, Ms Wina will hold public meetings at Limulunga market and Mabumba School grounds in Limulunga district.

On Monday, she will address public meetings at Katongo grounds on Senanga road, at Namushakende grounds, where Government is building King Lewanika University, and in Nalolo.

On Tuesday morning, she will pay a courtesy call on Litunga Lyamboela at Nalolo and in the afternoon hold a public meeting at Nasilimwe and another on Wednesday at Nambwae before returning to Lusaka.


  1. Madam, Hon, vice President, Ms Inonge Wina, pass my regards to my cousins in Mabumbu, kwa kobya, kuba Nalisila, ni kuba Sijambi, kwa Namaapa mane ni michaha mwamu kulo………..all the way to Winela area, PF is coming your way

    From your Friends in Livingstone 2015

  2. Mu zamae hande, mu ba lumelise kaufela bona.
    Mu yo fita ni kwa Kasha kwa Kalabo haesu.
    Kina The London Eye.

  3. lozis we shud count it joy fot the post of vice presidency. if we cant manage it well it can be taken away. Bembas failed to suport lupando mwape and levy removed the vice presidency. The litunga and the rich will use inonge to better their lives and tell you the poor to ignore her so that you dont benefit from Govt. Poor pipo attend meetings and make your problems known

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