Ms Wina said Mr Lungu was a humble leader whose interest was on Zambians and would do everything possible to improve their wellbeing.
She was speaking during a luncheon held in her honour by Zambia’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK) Muyeba Chikonde and his wife Musonda at the official residence.
This was according to a statement released yesterday by first secretary for press at the Zambian mission in the UK Abigail Chaponda.
She said the economic challenges that Zambia was facing were not unique to Zambia alone, but to many other African countries and that the country would pull through by the grace of God.
Ms Wina said the prayers that were held on October 18, this year, were not in vain because a lot of things in the country had started producing positive results.
She urged Zambians in the diaspora to ignore negative reports because they were coming from people that were not happy with the current administration.
Ms Wina was in London leading a Zambian delegation to an Investment Forum organised by the Developing Markets Associates (DMA).
She was accompanied by Commerce, Trade and Industry, Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe, Tourism Permanent Secretary Stephen Mwansa and other government officials and others from the private sector.
The Trade and Investment Forum is starting today in Central London with more than 200 UK based businesses and investors expected to attend.
The event would focus mainly on priority areas such as energy, agriculture, infrastructure and the extractive industries as well as industrialisation.