President Lungu’s Visit to Tanzania in Pictures

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President lungu inspects the guard of honour on arrival at Julius nyerere international airport.
President lungu inspects the guard of honour on arrival at Julius nyerere international airport.

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President Lungu Raises the PF Symbol as he is introduced to the crowd
President Lungu Raises the PF Symbol as he is introduced to the crowd

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President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni during the Inauguration ceremony of newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni during the Inauguration ceremony of newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta during the Inauguration ceremony of newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam.
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta during the Inauguration ceremony of newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam.

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President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with newly elected Tanzania President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Inauguration ceremony in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with newly elected Tanzania President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Inauguration ceremony in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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President Edgar Lungu and south african president Jacob Zuma follow proceedings at the inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Uhuru stadium in Da es Salaam, Tanzania.
President Edgar Lungu and south african president Jacob Zuma follow proceedings at the inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Uhuru stadium in Da es Salaam, Tanzania.

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President Edgar Lungu (far right), President of Rwanda Paul Kagame (left), Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (second left) and South African president Jacob Zuma follow proceedings during the Inauguration of newly elected Tanzania President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
President Edgar Lungu (far right), President of Rwanda Paul Kagame (left), Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (second left) and South African president Jacob Zuma follow proceedings during the Inauguration of newly elected Tanzania President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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President lungu with other invited guests follow proceedings during the Inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
President lungu with other invited guests follow proceedings during the Inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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President Edgar Lungu (centre) with other Heads of State follow proceedings of the Inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzania president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
President Edgar Lungu (centre) with other Heads of State follow proceedings of the Inauguration ceremony of the newly elected Tanzania president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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President Lungu with President jacob Zuma
President Lungu with President jacob Zuma

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President Lungu with Jacob Zuma
President Lungu with Jacob Zuma

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Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli greets Rwandan President Paul Kagame whilst other president look on during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli greets Rwandan President Paul Kagame whilst other president look on during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli greets Rwandan President Paul Kagame whilst other president look on during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli greets Rwandan President Paul Kagame whilst other president look on during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

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President Magufuli Being sworn in as Tanzanian President
President Magufuli Being sworn in as Tanzanian President

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Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli takes oath before Chief Justice Othuman Mohammed Chande during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli takes oath before Chief Justice Othuman Mohammed Chande during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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Newly elected Tanzania Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan  takes oath before Chief Justice Othuman Mohammed Chande during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Newly elected Tanzania Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan takes oath before Chief Justice Othuman Mohammed Chande during the Inauguration ceremony at the Uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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President Magufuli Power
President Magufuli Power

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Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli inspects guard of honour shortly after he was sworn in at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Newly elected Tanzanian President Dr John Pombe Magufuli inspects guard of honour shortly after he was sworn in at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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Out going Tanzania president Kakaya Kikwete talks to newly elected president Dr John Pombe Kikwete at the inauguration ceremony at uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,
Out going Tanzania president Kakaya Kikwete talks to newly elected president Dr John Pombe Kikwete at the inauguration ceremony at uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Some of the activities that characterized the Inauguration of Tanzanian president Dr John Pombe Magufuli at Uhuru stadium in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.

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President Magufuli with his Vice President
President Magufuli with his Vice President

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23 COMMENTS

  1. PICTURE 24, “Out going Tanzania president Kakaya Kikwete talks to newly elected president Dr John Pombe Kikwete at the inauguration ceremony at uhuru stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.”
    GOOD CAMARADERIE. YOU DON’T HAVE TO CRY AND SHADE CROCODILE TEARS WHEN VOTED OUT OF POWER. CRYING AND SHEDDING CROCODILE TEARS IS A CLEAR INDICATION THAT YOU HAVEN’T BEEN UP TO ANY GOO DURING YOUR PRESIDENCY AND THEREFORE, SCARED THAT THE NEXT GUY’S GONNA IMPRISON YOU FOR CRIMES COMMITTED WHILE IN POWER. CONGATULATIONS KIKWETE AND THE PEOPLE OF TANZANIA.

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    • Ba peter

      Mwalibako ignorant….Those two belong to the same party.The rulling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi .In TZ CCM has been in power since their Independence in 1961 under Nyerere.Like Here in Zambia under UNIP which only ruled for 27years.So Kikwete can smile if another term allowed he would have won the elections.Zambia is soon to be another TZ where Opposition parties re dysfunctional and distergrated without a real Agenda to effect Change of Government.

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    • I have two questions;
      (1) Why is it that presidents who have held on to power for very long such as Mugabe, Museveni and Kagame never miss inauguration of new presidents elsewhere on the continent? What words do they have for the outgoing statesmen during each time?

      (2) Tanzania appears like a fully fledged functional democracy. Why is it that successive presidents there never fail to get a second term and that opposition parties in the country count for almost nothing?

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    • I thought you now understand why President Banda cried on that day. He said he was crying for the Zambian people for voting PF and Sata into power. That was the biggest disaster that our country has ever experienced. A stadium was even named ‘Disaster’ until a public outcry forced them to change the name. Remember, that stadium project was inaugurated by Rupiah. Look the condition Sata has left our country in and this is just the beginning. I equally CRY for mother Zambia.

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    • It may also mean crying because you for see that the country will be run down by people who have no clue what it takes to develop a nation. A case of Zambia today. Only those who bury their heads in the sand cannot see the difference in the economy activity between RB’s MMD and the of Sata’s PF This was a colossal mistake that will haunt Zambians for a long time to come.

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    • @Jay Jay; it’s called networking. When you get a new job or move to a knew place, you need to know the people and the landscape. You have to know who will have your back, the back-stabbers and your escape routes. Net-working is very important in one’s working and social life. Every savvy educated and uneducated person alike should know this. But of course even the self proclaimed educated, smart geniuses can’t figure it out. It hurts that he is using tax payers money but let the man make his connections!

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  2. @Peter, take time and understand issues. Kikwete has ruled full terms and according to the Constitution of that country (Tanzania), he has gracefully retired. Kikwete was also quoted some months back that if there was still chance for him to rule, he wouldn’t continue because he was tired. This is the problem of having a negative mind all the time, and perhaps Jealous. If Kikwete is imprisoned or taken to court as you suggest, I invite you to come and cut my leg. TZ and ZM are different.

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  3. Lungu when you go out of the country it means you are representing Zambia not PF so stop using that raised clenched fist when on National duty….that’s for PF campaigning…Honestly my fellow Zambians is this what Zambia can offer…please let’s elect a formidable leader next year..LUNGU AND PF MUST GO

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    • our president has cadre mentality,why raise the pf symbol imwe bantu.how old is lungu kashi,?his division mindset has been exposed .

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  4. All the presidents at the inauguration look very presidential except one. The odd one out looks like a mini bus conductor in the way he is dressed and his body language is very revealing.

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  5. “The London Eye” …. spot on! I also notices. All the other presidents are properly dressed for the occasion except our very own. Grrrrrrr

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  6. Who told Lungu to dress so awkwardly like that? He looked so awkward. That short-sleeved suit was not appropriate for such an international occasion.

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    • I agree. Next time he’ll go to UN in shorts & pata-patas (slippers). No statesmanship in the caretaker president. Nxaah!!!

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    • I agree totally. Next time he’ll go to UN in shorts & pata-patas (slippers). No statesmanship in the caretaker president. Nxaah!!!

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  7. Some of you like Fred Membe you hate awisi Tasila with such a passion that if you saw him walking on lake Tanganyika you would still accuse him of not being able to swim! Jeez cant you give the negativity a rest sometimes?

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  8. Actually the irony is the style that some are criticising Lungu for wearing is more akin to what the founding father of Tanzania the late great Nyerere would have won. So now you are saying that you want Lungu to dress like Mugabe, Museveni and Kagame those great icons of democracy?

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    • @Mphendula Kayaula,
      Your comment would have made sense if it had been the new Tanzanian president wearing what you call ‘more akin to what the founding father of Tanzania would have won’. Did the people of Tanzania nominate Lungu to represent them by wearing that ridiculous outfit?
      If you look carefully at Lungu you will notice that he felt out of place, embarrassed and clearly the black sheep of the lot. Hasn’t Lungu got dress code advisors to help him wear appropriately to suit the occasion?

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  9. My brothers from kwachaland/rhodesianland instead of exposing the loopholes of LUNGU vote him out in next election. but for the case of these statemen we are tired of them. in EAST AFRICA there is a great problem commecing from Burundi, Rwanda uganda and even in kenia. economic crisis is the trend accross

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