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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu talks to Alex Mwaba Charcoal Trader at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu talks to Alex Mwaba Charcoal Trader at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu talks to Alex Mwaba Charcoal Trader at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu talks to Alex Mwaba Charcoal Trader at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu buys Tradition vegetables at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu buys Tradition vegetables at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu buys Tradition vegetables at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu buys Tradition vegetables at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu holding baby Precious Kasonde at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu holding baby Precious Kasonde at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with First Lady Esther Lungu holding baby Precious Kasonde at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu with First Lady Esther Lungu holding baby Precious Kasonde at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE.

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Waythe First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu address supporters at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe airport in Ndola , the President Later Drove to Kitwe and stopped at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Dual High Way. The First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu address supporters at Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe airport in Ndola , the President Later Drove to Kitwe and stopped at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Dual High Way. The First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola - Kitwe Due High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu greets supporters at Baluba Road Side Market on Ndola – Kitwe Due High Way the First Family stopped over to Meet Traders and Exchanges Views 16-01-2016, PICTURE BY EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATEHOUSE

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi
National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta
National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta
National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi
National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi
National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi
National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi

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National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta
National Roads Fund Toll Gates at Kafulafuta

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National roads fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi
National Roads Fund Toll Gates near Kapiri Mposhi

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Ngelelwa Lunda at National ROADS FUND
Ngelelwa Lunda at National ROADS FUND

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Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District
Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District

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Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District
Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District

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Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District
Tollgates have been commissioned at both Manyumbi and Kafulafuta. In the Picture , a Rosa Bus driver paying a toll fee in accordance with the law at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District

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 A Truck Driver making a payment at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District following the commissioning of the same
A Truck Driver making a payment at Manyumbi Tollgates in Kapiri Mposhi District following the commissioning of the same

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Vice President Inonge Wina cuts the ribbon whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa helps in holding the basket during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex
Vice President Inonge Wina cuts the ribbon whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa helps in holding the basket during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex

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Vice President Inonge Wina cuts the ribbon whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa helps in holding the basket during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex
Vice President Inonge Wina cuts the ribbon whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa helps in holding the basket during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex

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Vice President Inonge Wina shows the newly launched Disaster Management Policy and Settlement with  DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa
Vice President Inonge Wina shows the newly launched Disaster Management Policy and Settlement with DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa

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Vice President Inonge Wina shows the newly launched Disaster Management Policy and Settlement whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa looks on
Vice President Inonge Wina shows the newly launched Disaster Management Policy and Settlement whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa looks on

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Vice President Inonge Wina gives UN Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa (c) looks on during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex
Vice President Inonge Wina gives UN Resident Coordinator Janet Rogan whilst DMMU Coordinator Patrick Kangwa (c) looks on during the Launch of the Disaster Management Policy and Settlement at Government Complex

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Swedish Ambassador to Zamba Henerik Cederin shaking hands with Stanbic Bank - Zambia Charles Mudiwa
Swedish Ambassador to Zamba Henerik Cederin shaking hands with Stanbic Bank – Zambia Charles Mudiwa

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Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:
Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:Comesa General Secretary Sindiso Ngewnya talking to ZDA CEO Patrick Chisanga

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Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch: Zambian Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry Margaret Mhango Mwanakatwe delivering her speech
Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch: Zambian Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry Margaret Mhango Mwanakatwe delivering her speech

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Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:
Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:Zambia Development Agency CEO Patrick Chisanga during the “question and answer” session and talking to the media:Zambia Development Agency CEO Patrick Chisanga during the “question and answer” session and talking to the media

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Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:
Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:Patrons in attendance

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Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:
Zambia International Investment Forum 2016 Launch:

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27 COMMENTS

  1. Well, well , well, I think this Beer man’s humility is now going overboard. I know he is being branded as a humble man, but holding a cob of maize and eating it like that is just not presidential. I think he is debasing the office of the president. There are many other dignified ways to show humility. We need to respect the Office and portray it in a dignified manner it deserves.

    He is the President of Zambia and he should behave and look like one at all times. In Pictures 1 and 2, he looks like he is a charcoal seller who has refused to give a discount to a young customer who is trying every trick in the book to get a discount.

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    • Come on Mr President, Charcoal trading is not more money in the pocket?? moreover our environment is compromised. tree are cut down to produce that nonsense. Empower the people with other heating / energy sources.

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    • @MMD Chief bootlicker
      just take one look his amatobo, you will know that they have been abused with Heavy drinking over the years,,,,,,,, and after Heavy hours of massive drinking a without eating baba daliso`s nshima ,,, chewing a poor man`s cob of maize comes handy

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    • awe ba bootlicker pali cob of maize pena twakana. That is Zambian, we eat raost maize like that in zambia. To you dignified means holding a white mans fork and knife or eating a hot dog or burgher like barack obama at a baseball game? No, our standards of dignity should be measured from the perspective of an african in particular those resident in zambia. Our ways are specific to us and we determine the standards of what dignity is. so if he were eating ice cream or apple pie would have been more dignified? Lets be unapologetically african in all we do. we should eat, live,dream africa. Our greatness technologically, economically and socially will come from our culture. We can advance a million steps technologically if only we based our innovation in african culture. Viva black…

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  2. It is a DUAL Highway, not DUE. LT this is 2016; somethings MUST change for the better, no matter how small. Please!

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  3. By the way I wish I had that maize cob in my hand. Miss the real non GMO Zambia Maize badly.

    Captions for Pic #7: Hey whoever, you are , can you hand me back to my mum, please? I don’t have a voters card nor do I qualify to vote, you should know better.

    Caption Pic #9: And who are you? Do I look like a voter to you? Again, Can you two hand me back to my Mum please, I need to catch up on milk.

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  4. These toll gate booths are a joke! They are actually a safety harzard. Insuffient barriers to protect booths. Pavement/footing on which booth is constructed is too low to stop an on coming out of control vehicle to smash and flatten the booth with its occupants. No high roof to protect customers from the elements. Soon we may hear of fatalities among the toll gate clerks due reckless drivers and poor design. Security also seems to be lax! No CCTV or visible armed guards, just a police interceptor car! What a joke? Wonder how much was OVERSPENT on these toys!

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    • @Jay Jay, spot on! Excellent observations!One wonders why we do things as if we are pioneers so we can mistakes and others can come and learn from us and improve on!? These things have been existing for years in many parts of the world, and we go ahead and make jokes of the kind instead of unleashing the best there is!

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    • No CCTV No scales in sight to even validate or check how many HGVs and small vehicles have passed through the toll gates…the managers could simply change 30 HGVs to small cars on the days takings and pocket the difference…its 2015 and we are commissioning such shambles; 30% of revenue will simply go into pockets instead of going to what it is intended for.

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  5. Why not introduce prepaid accounts for transporters like haulage firms and passenger buses? That way they can simply scan their cards in a self-service toll gate and easy through as they are regular clients…you also reduce cash transactionso which only encourages corruption!!

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    • @Quest, spot on! Excellent observations!One wonders why we do things as if we are pioneers so we can mistakes and others can come and learn from us and improve on!? These things have been existing for years in many parts of the world, and we go ahead and make jokes of the kind instead of unleashing the best there is!

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    • These toll gates are just cash cows for the tellers. It looks like there are not sensor counters to help account for the money being collected

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  6. #Mr Quest & Jay Jay, I was thinking the same too. These toll booths are a joke for sure. But then this is Zambia and this is seen as great achievement. No kamalata to protect motorists from the rains. I bet like the Chiyawa bridge, thousands of dollars were spent for a shoddy job. Can the road transport guys see an example of toll gates here dot m.youtube.com/watch?v=sPOHPi2lFvk
    As for Changwa eating maize, that is ok. He is human too. So Mr #chief MMD boot something, you have no point here. I miss maize too but I now eat corn.

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    • @Chitumbuwa. It is okay for him to eat anything he wishes but not in public (or the photographer should be instructed not to take pictures in such situations). He holds the highest office in the country but looks funny(for lack of a better word) in the picture. He loses respect with such pictures.

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    • Everything about that design is so dated…I bet you they paid the contractor 2015 construction quotes for such appalling unsafe booths…it’s no wonder we are not getting the best contractors to deliver projects because our procurement and tendering procedures are flawed.

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  7. People working at too booths will be fat. The money will be diverting to their personal use. They have to make it so we know how they keep track of the money.

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    • Ok, these toll gates are unfinished, I think they are unfinished, surely they must be unfinished!

      Good they have started generating some money so that they can be finished…

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  8. Ati Toll Gates. Mwe bantu what are those ugly looking things kanshi? How much was spent on those. And I am sure the designer was a Zambian Engineer. God help us.

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  9. The first time I saw them(toll booth). I thought they were portable toilets from Andrew Kurt for construction workers. I was expecting to see the canopy over the booth, metal V barriers extending 50 m separating the type of vehicles by tonnage. fortified booth with two protruding and hidden CCTV cameras. I wondered where those abnormal trucks will be passing through. Can’t NRFA copy something from South Africa? am sure we all bought those dot.com vehicles from Durban and drove through their toll gates. Ukubuta pa Zambia.

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  10. you did not see Obama eat shaved ice cream in Hawaii will walking and also eat bugger in public and took the glass of alcohol don”t just criticize everything H.E Edgar Lungu does. Lets look at our neighboring Botswana the president even buys sample and sits with the community and eats with them while chatting

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