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In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction
In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction

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In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction
In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction

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In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction
In 1973, first republican President Kenneth Kaunda signed the Choma Declaration in Shampande Township at a place known as Kaunda Square. This gave birth to a one-party state through the former regime, United National Independence Party (UNIP).The National Heritage Conservation Commission has embarked on erecting a wall-fence around this monument now called Choma Declaration Heritage Site to turn it into a tourist centre. Above, part of the wall-fence under construction

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A member of the Women Missionary Society (WMS) of The African Methodist Episcopal Church in Mbala covering the beddings donated to the General Hospital on the patient in male medical ward
A member of the Women Missionary Society (WMS) of The African Methodist Episcopal Church in Mbala covering the beddings donated to the General Hospital on the patient in male medical ward

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AKSA ltd. Director Khalid Isane(l) looks on whilst Mkushi DC Luka Mwamba(r) inspects the donated blankets at Mkushi Hospital. by Chiza Muzia,ZANIS.
AKSA ltd. Director Khalid Isane(l) looks on whilst Mkushi DC Luka Mwamba(r) inspects the donated blankets at Mkushi Hospital. by Chiza Muzia,ZANIS.

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kushi DC Luka Mwamba handing out blanket to Patients at Mkushi Hospital. by Chiza Muzia,ZANIS.
kushi DC Luka Mwamba handing out blanket to Patients at Mkushi Hospital. by Chiza Muzia,ZANIS.

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone being led by China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone being led by China Jiangxi
Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash when he inspected a K44 million project
of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when they inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone with Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when they inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone,China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash, Lundazi acting District Commissioner Mukule Banda and Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone,China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash, Lundazi acting District Commissioner Mukule Banda and Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone,China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash, Lundazi acting District Commissioner Mukule Banda and Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone,China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash, Lundazi acting District Commissioner Mukule Banda and Provincial Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Mwanawasa when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District

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One of the classroom block under construction by China Jiangxi at a cost of K44 in Lundazi.
One of the classroom block under construction by China Jiangxi at a cost of K44 in Lundazi.

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone talking to China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone talking to China Jiangxi Project Manager Cai Jiado Nash when he inspected a K44 million project of a boarding school under construction in Chasefu of Lundazi District 

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Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone and Provincial Police Chief Eugene Sibote carefully checking the Food Reserve Agency scale at Egichickeni depot while some farmers looks on
Eastern Province Minister Malozo Sichone and Provincial Police Chief Eugene Sibote carefully checking the Food Reserve Agency scale at Egichickeni depot while some farmers looks on

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One of the classroom block under construction by China Jiangxi at a cost of K44 in Lundazi.
One of the classroom block under construction by China Jiangxi at a cost of K44 in Lundazi.

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Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo 
Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo

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Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo 
Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo

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Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo 
Acting President Inonge Wina Receives Award from PELUM on Behalf of President Edgar Lungu, Delivering the Award Senior chiefteness Nkhomesha Mukamambo

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Ugandan PELUM Country RepresentativeCoordinator distributes an Agriculture booklet to Veep and Acting President Dr Inonge Wina
Ugandan PELUM Country RepresentativeCoordinator distributes an Agriculture booklet to Veep and Acting President Dr Inonge Wina

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Acting President Inonge Wina visits Mercy Ngandus's Stand of Hantambo Womens Org. from Southern Province 
Acting President Inonge Wina visits Mercy Ngandus’s Stand of Hantambo Womens Org. from Southern Province
Members of The African Methodist Episcopal Church pose for a photo outside the Hospital Administration Block before presenting the donations to Mbala General Hospital and patients
Members of The African Methodist Episcopal Church pose for a photo outside the Hospital Administration Block before presenting the donations to Mbala General Hospital and patients

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Mothers of sick children admitted to Mbala General Hospital (Children's Ward) receiving food stuffs donated by The African Methodist Episcopal Church
Mothers of sick children admitted to Mbala General Hospital (Children’s Ward) receiving food stuffs donated by The African Methodist Episcopal Church

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Some food hampers that were donated by the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) to patients admitted to Mbala General Hospital
Some food hampers that were donated by the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) to patients admitted to Mbala General Hospital

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President Edgar Lungu been welcomed by zambia's High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa in Walvis bay in Erongo Region, Namibia.
President Edgar Lungu been welcomed by zambia’s High Commissioner to Namibia Sylvia Chalikosa in Walvis bay in Erongo Region, Namibia.

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President Edgar Lungu been welcomed by the Mayor of Erongo Region in Walvis bay.
President Edgar Lungu been welcomed by the Mayor of Erongo Region in Walvis bay.

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President Edgar Lungu with Namibian counterpart Hage Geingob on arrival at a mining plant Pictures
 President Edgar Lungu with Namibian counterpart Hage Geingob on arrival at a mining plant Pictures

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (centre) tours Husab Uranium Mine in Arandis, Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (centre) tours Husab Uranium Mine in Arandis, Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (right) and his Namibian Counterpart Dr. Hage Geingob (second from right) tours Husab Uranium Mine in Arandis, Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (right) and his Namibian Counterpart Dr. Hage Geingob (second from right) tours Husab Uranium Mine in Arandis, Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) and his Namibian counterpart Dr. Hage Geingob looks at the plan for the Namport port of Walvis Bay plan during the tour in Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) and his Namibian counterpart Dr. Hage Geingob looks at the plan for the Namport port of Walvis Bay plan during the tour in Namibia on Thursday, August 27,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) welcomes Lunte Member of Parliament Felix Mutati at Heroes' Acre National Monument where Heroes Day Commemoration and Interment of Human Remains of the three Veterans of the Liberation Struggle of Namibia were buried on Wednesday, August 26,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) welcomes Lunte Member of Parliament Felix Mutati at Heroes’ Acre National Monument where Heroes Day Commemoration and Interment of Human Remains of the three Veterans of the Liberation Struggle of Namibia were buried on Wednesday, August 26,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (centre) after laying wreaths at Heroes' Acre National Monument where Heroes Day Commemoration and Interment of Human Remains of the three Veterans of the Liberation Struggle of Namibia were buried on Wednesday, August 26,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (centre) after laying wreaths at Heroes’ Acre National Monument where Heroes Day Commemoration and Interment of Human Remains of the three Veterans of the Liberation Struggle of Namibia were buried on Wednesday, August 26,2015. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2015

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Tasila Lungu gestures whilst Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika(right), United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (second right), and Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga . The delegation is in Northen province to tour UNICEF and govt youth sponsored programmes
Tasila Lungu gestures whilst Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika(right), United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (second right), and Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga . The delegation is in Northen province to tour UNICEF and govt youth sponsored programmes

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United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan talks to Tasila Lungu who is in their entourage visiting UNICEF and government sponsored Youth programmes in Northen Province. Listening also is Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga and Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika
United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan talks to Tasila Lungu who is in their entourage visiting UNICEF and government sponsored Youth programmes in Northen Province. Listening also is Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga and Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika

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United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan briefs Tasila Lungu on the UNICEF and government sponsored programmes. Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring unicef and government programmes in Northen Province.
United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan briefs Tasila Lungu on the UNICEF and government sponsored programmes. Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring unicef and government programmes in Northern Province.

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United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan briefs Tasila Lungu on the UNICEF and government sponsored programmes. Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring unicef and government programmes in Northern Province.
United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan briefs Tasila Lungu on the UNICEF and government sponsored programmes. Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring unicef and government programmes in Northern Province.

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Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika(right) welcomes President Lungu's daughter, Tasila, (left) United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (second left) and Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga at his office when the entourage called on him. The delegation is in Northen province to tour UNICEF and govt youth sponsored programmes.
Northen Province Permanent Secretary Hlobotha Nkunika(right) welcomes President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila, (left) United Nations Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan (second left) and Ministry of Youth and Sport Agnes Musunga at his office when the entourage called on him. The delegation is in Northen province to tour UNICEF and govt youth sponsored programmes.

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President Lungu's daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.

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President Lungu's daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.

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President Lungu's daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.
President Lungu’s daughter, Tasila is welcomed by Chief Nkole Mfumu at his Palace in Kasama when she paid a courtesy call on him.

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Kelvin Sampa talks to Chief Nkole Mfumu after he donated a vehilcle to his palace. Listening also is PF Provincial Chairman Felix Mfula.
Kelvin Sampa talks to Chief Nkole Mfumu after he donated a vehilcle to his palace. Listening also is PF Provincial Chairman Felix Mfula.

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Kelvin Sampa hands over a vehicle to chief nkole mfumu which he donated to the palace to be used by the people in his chiefdom.
Kelvin Sampa hands over a vehicle to chief nkole mfumu which he donated to the palace to be used by the people in his chiefdom.

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President Lungu's daughter Tasila joins Kasama constituency aspiring candidate KELVIN sampa in greeting party members who attend an introduction rally of the newly adopted  aspiring candidate for Kasama.
President Lungu’s daughter Tasila joins Kasama constituency aspiring candidate KELVIN sampa in greeting party members who attend an introduction rally of the newly adopted aspiring candidate for Kasama.

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President's daughter Tasila and Kasama constituency aspiring candidate KELVIN sampa take to the dance floor to dance to pf songs during an introduction rally of the newly adopted  aspiring candidate for Kasama.
President’s daughter Tasila and Kasama constituency aspiring candidate KELVIN sampa take to the dance floor to dance to pf songs during an introduction rally of the newly adopted aspiring candidate for Kasama.

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President Lungu's daughter Tasila Lungu feeding the cows at Leston Mwalupanga's farm at in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a benefiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
President Lungu’s daughter Tasila Lungu feeding the cows at Leston Mwalupanga’s farm at in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a benefiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.

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President Lungu's daughter Tasila Lungu shares a light moment with Leston Mwalupanga at his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
President Lungu’s daughter Tasila Lungu shares a light moment with Leston Mwalupanga at his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.

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President Lungu's daughter Tasila Lungu shares notes with Leston Mwalupanga at his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
President Lungu’s daughter Tasila Lungu shares notes with Leston Mwalupanga at his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.

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President Lungu's daughter Tasila Lungu feeding the cows at Leston Mwalupanga's farm at in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a benefiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
President Lungu’s daughter Tasila Lungu feeding the cows at Leston Mwalupanga’s farm at in Mwange, Mporokoso. Miss Tasila Lungu is on an invitation of touring the UNICEF and government sponsored youth programmes in Northern Province. Leston is a benefiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.

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Leston Mwalupanga takes the government and UNICEF delegation on a tour of his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Leston is a youth who is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
Leston Mwalupanga takes the government and UNICEF delegation on a tour of his farm in Mwange, Mporokoso. Leston is a youth who is a beneficiary of Mwange Youth Resettlement scheme funded by government and UNICEF.
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22 COMMENTS

  1. Checkov, endesha. posako amano kuli tasila otherwise walalusa mune!!!! nshilemonefumo nanomba?!!
    Abena edgar balitemwa ukushana pic 24.

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    • Kolwe boyi. Apa ndipanshila to Heathrow! Kuti mwanjuba guys.

      Ba LT. Ichisungu! Awe mwachilamo mwe ati ”Agnes Musunga at his office”.

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    • checkov elyo iwe uleya ku heathrow, ine ndi pa chazanga on my way to northern province kaili ekoali. dont worry though ndekupekanyeshishafye inshila. ukasanga fyonse ninkulika. iwe kusenda chabe!!! ba thandiwe ifwe ukulwala lwala chabe, naikosa.

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    • KK has daughters
      Kapwepwe had daughters
      Chiluba had daughters
      Mwanawasa had daughters
      RB we don’t know, we only
      Sata had daughters
      .. Except Sata’s naughty one, all the rest kept their precious daughters away from campaigns. But today we are witnessing a PF president pimping his daughter, paid in votes.

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  2. This Lungu daughter is now everywhere..why? Anyway she is nice to look at than the mother. Nice to see Patrick Mwanawasa at work. It looks like he has settled in well in Kumawa.

    And which lunatic decided to declare that coma place a heritage site? It is the declaration made at that site that destroyed Zambia and we have never recovered to this day. This is shameful. What is there to celebrate about Chomp declaration..dictatorship.come guys we can do better than this.

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    • Where is this selfsame The National Heritage Conservation Commission when dull PF empty tins like then minster Kalaba are authorizing mining corporations dig up in national parks like lower Zambezi? Who appoints members of this self same commission?

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  3. @pic 38, is it not corruption for the aspiring MP to be donating a such a gift to the chief? The opposition should take this as evidence of election corruption

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  4. Surely even construction four walls of a simple classroom you need a Chinese Construction Company to deliver….PHOTO 23 there he is, the lazy bum Edgar doing what he does best getting off a plane on foreign soil away from problem in his office in-tray.

    So daughter of the lazy bum Edgar wants to get her hands dirty on the PF campaign trail this is bad advise by State House. Previous presidents have been wise enough to keep them out of the spotlight including KK…not visionless bum Edgar.

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    • And the problem i have with the construction of schools is that they all seem to take the same architectural design. there is no creativity at all. seen one school in zambia you seen ’em all. The arrangement of the classes themselves tells you what kind of graduates to expect from the schools. Simply put we expect mass production of regurgitators come from a single file assembly line. this is not by coincidence this is embeded in the subconscious. remember subconcious behaviour is played out through games or physical activity. What type or free thinking architectural designs are our institutions teaching our children. We need serious thinkers in zambia to change this paradigm in education. Tiyeni tichinje mwe bantu!!!!!

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    • @zagaze
      Zambian Public Schools are still designed in the selfsame basic designs they were designed by the colonists 50 years ago..there is no imagination no inspiration whatsoever…they still use the same traditional forms of construction contracts to build not even one or two delivered via Private Finance Initiative (though costly); the design brief is all about four walls, roof, ventilation, security and a splash of paint no different to a prison…no emphasis on innovation or sustainability; rural schools especially boarding schools should be self sufficient with their own off grid energy sources.

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  5. ECL ana chikomboli chabwino imwe Bantu. The young woman looks exactly like the father. Keep it up young woman and stay away from youth delinquency. School na church maningi nishi ya passer mufana.

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  6. Bane ifya kulandalanda pali madam wandi Tasila muleke.. Alisumina kale umwaiche.. So apa alaisa mukutandala Stango… Nenchimpwena muleke.. Happy and God blessed weekend bane

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  7. …why ‘weekend pictures’ title instead of ‘Tasila Lungu’ UNICEF tour…??…..why commemorating the declaration of one party state….??

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  8. She looks better than all of Sata’s female children. Only problem I have with this, is she being set up for a MP position. Someone will not stand in 2016 hahaha.

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    • Really? Is it because she is slim like her dad? I think she looks better than Stella not Mwelwa and Mumba Sata.

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  9. Picture No.27 looks like Mutati has seen through the childishness of HH in making GBM as Vice President and hence warming up to ECL. Keep it up honorable Mutati you are far too decent to involve yourself with 2RFs politics!!!
    A sigh of relief to have a president whose children are not know for negative headlines. KK had Masuzyo, Chiluba had Castro, Mwanawasa had Mirrium, RB had Henry, Sata had Kazimu! All with bad reputations. But ECL has Tasila in good lime light. It shows the man is in control of him home stead and therefore can lead the country to higher heights!!!! I know some people will cry about the turbulent Kwacha but this is just a passing phase and soon things will be fine!!!!

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