David Cameron
David Cameron

PRESIDENT Lungu has congratulated United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron on his decisive election victory during the May 7, 2015 general elections.

President Lungu’s special assistant for press and public relations Amos Chanda said the Head of State in his letter to Mr Cameron states that his (Mr Cameron) re-election is an affirmation and clear testimony of the confidence the British people have in his vision and leadership.

“On behalf of my Government, the people of Zambia, and indeed on my own behalf, I wish to congratulate you on your decisive victory. Zambia and Britain share warm and cordial historic ties which have characterised our relations over the years,” the President said.

“It is my fervent hope that during your second term of office and beyond, these relations will continue to flourish. I, therefore, look forward to developing a beneficial working relationship with you on matters of mutual interest to our countries. I wish Your Excellency, personal good health and success in discharging the functions of your high office.”

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  1. HE IS CURRENTLY THE RIGHT PERSON FOR PM. CAMERON HAS GREATLY IMPROVED HIS GOVERNANCE SKILLS AS WELL AS THE KNOWLEDGE OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL POLICIES. IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A DISASTER TO HAVE ED MILIBAND WITH ABSOLUTELY NO INTERNAL, LET ALONE THE EXTERNAL KNOWLEDGE OF THINGS. WHENEVER ED COMMENTS ON SOMETHING- INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL I USED TO GET SCARED, THINKING, ‘NOW, WE ARE HEADED FOR DISASTER IF THIS MAN WILL BECOME PRIME MINISTER’. ED IS SIMPLY POLITICALLY IMMATURE.

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  2. Private Secretary to Cameroun: Sir, there is a congratulatory message from a President Lungu of Zambia.
    Cameroun: Zambia, is that the former colony in the Congo?
    Private Secretary: No, Sir it is the one next to Zimbabwe.
    Cameroun: Isn’t the President of that country the dead?
    Private Secretary: That was another one. They all die and it is presumed this one will die soon too.
    Cameroun: File the message in the Black File with the others. Send a thank you message and sign it.
    Private Secretary: Does it go on top or at the bottom?
    Cameroun: It doesn’t really matter. They don’t even know what an election really means, let alone a legitimate victory!

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