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Former Secretary to the Cabinet Joshua Kanganja dies in India

General News Former Secretary to the Cabinet Joshua Kanganja dies in India

President Banda with Secretary to the cabinet Joshua Kanganja before he left for Livingstone to open the Zimba road
FILE: President Banda with Secretary to the cabinet Joshua Kanganja before he left for Livingstone to open the Zimba road

Former Secretary to the Cabinet Joshua Kanganja has died. Chief Government Spokesperson Chishimba Kambwili has confirmed the sad development to ZNBC News.

Mr. Kambwili says Dr Kanganja died in India on Wednesday morning after a long illness.

He says Government will dearly remember Dr. KanganjA for his contribution to the civil service.

Dr Kanganja was until 2011 Secretary to the Cabinet.

17 COMMENTS

  1. My heartfelt condolences. Please note that Dr Kanganja did not die in India as he left Apollo Hospital in Hyderabad a month ago.

  2. Condolences to the family.
    He served Zambia well; other senior civil servants should emulate his selfless dedication to duty.

  3. Will be remembered as a great contributor to the knowledge silos of the UNZA school of Law and it’s students in the yesteryears. Rest in peace sir.

    • Vizungu naimwe ba bms! Internal peace!?! More like eternal peace.. notice the difference? You probably would have gotten low marks had you been his student.

  4. Fly, fly, little wing, go now to the light! May your soul rest in eternal peace. Condolences to the Kanganja family.

  5. My his sour rest in peace.
    The other day, I read a story of deplorable University Teaching Hospital. It saddens me to learn that all politicians, top civil servants, presidents inclusive, come in and when they fall sick, they run to the neighbours (south Africa, others of late go to India, Israel life, but when time comes, no one escapes and can dare his appointment with God.
    As we mourn the late Dr Joshua Kanganja, lets endeavour to focus and pour resources in our hospitals so that we can look after our selves. Who knows how much these thieves have stolen and kept in offshore accounts??
    The list is endless, for politicians who go out for medication but end up back in coffins and we bury them.

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