Friday, April 19, 2024

President Lungu’s Itezhi Itezhi tour of Development projects in Pictures

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Itezhi Itezhi Market Project manager Igneius Hachambwa (2nl) shows the market surround to President Edgar Lungu (l) at the tour of the market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Itezhi Itezhi Market Project manager Igneius Hachambwa (2nl) shows
the market surround to President Edgar Lungu (l) at the tour of the
market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu tours the new market in Itezhi itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu tours the new market in Itezhi itezhi
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
The New look of Power Grid station in Itezhi Itezhi. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
The New look of Power Grid station in Itezhi Itezhi. Picture ROYD
SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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Itezhi Itezhi new power grid CEO Prabbakar Kale show the control room looks like to President Edgar Lungu on the tour New Power Grid station in Itezhi Itezhi. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Itezhi Itezhi new power grid CEO Prabbakar Kale show the control
room looks like to President Edgar Lungu on the tour New Power Grid
station in Itezhi Itezhi. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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Part of the Pupils listens to President Lungu address at Itezhi itezhi Boarding School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Part of the Pupils listens to President Lungu address at Itezhi
itezhi Boarding School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD
SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu (l) and Agriculture Minister Greyford Monde looks at the cooking put when they toured Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu (l) and Agriculture Minister Greyford Monde looks at
the cooking put when they toured Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu (2nr) and Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School Deputy Head Master Chilala Nyanga tours the School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu (2nr) and Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School
Deputy Head Master Chilala Nyanga tours the School yesterday
14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu (2nr) and Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School Deputy Head Master Chilala Nyanga tours the School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu (2nr) and Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School
Deputy Head Master Chilala Nyanga tours the School yesterday
14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu addressing pupils at Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANISPresident Lungu addressing pupils at Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu addressing pupils at Itezhi Itezhi Boarding School
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu (Third from left) Livestock Minister Greyford Monde (l) Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (2nl), Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene (r) PF Deputy Secretary Mumbi Phiri and RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa (third from right) at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu (Third from left) Livestock Minister Greyford
Monde (l) Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (2nl), Defence
Minister Richwell Siamunene (r) PF Deputy Secretary Mumbi Phiri and
RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa (third from right) at Saint Barbara
Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu greets Kids at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu greets Kids at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi
Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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Kids in church worshipping at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Kids in church worshipping at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi
yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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Father Roger Nyanga welcomes Livestock Minister Greyford Monde (r) Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (c) at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANISFather Roger Nyanga welcomes Livestock Minister Greyford Monde (r) Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (c) at Saint Barbara Church Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Father Roger Nyanga welcomes Livestock Minister Greyford Monde (r)
Central Province Minister Davies Chisopa (c) at Saint Barbara Church
Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu flanked by RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa speaks Chief Shimbizyi (2nr) and Chief Musungwa all of Itezhi Itezhi District yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu flanked by RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa speaks
Chief Shimbizyi (2nr) and Chief Musungwa all of Itezhi Itezhi District
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu speaks to his Special Assistant Political Keiza Zulu (2nl) shortly after his arrival in Itezhi Itezhi District yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu speaks to his Special Assistant Political Keiza
Zulu (2nl) shortly
after his arrival in Itezhi Itezhi District yesterday 14-02-2016.
Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu addressing a really at Itezhi Itezhi Market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu addressing a really at Itezhi Itezhi Market
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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PF Supporters with plaques welcomes President Lungu at Itezhi Itezhi Market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
PF Supporters with plaques welcomes President Lungu at Itezhi
Itezhi Market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Lungu addressing a really at Itezhi Itezhi Market yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Lungu addressing a really at Itezhi Itezhi Market
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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 Livestock Minister Greyford Monde, Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene and RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa at a really Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Livestock Minister Greyford Monde, Defence Minister Richwell
Siamunene and RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa at a really Itezhi Itezhi
yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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 Livestock Minister Greyford Monde, Defence Minister Richwell Siamunene and RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa at a really Itezhi Itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Livestock Minister Greyford Monde, Defence Minister Richwell
Siamunene and RDA chairperson Simon Mukupa at a really Itezhi Itezhi
yesterday 14-02-2016. ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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President Edgar Lungu tours the new market in Itezhi itezhi yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu tours the new market in Itezhi itezhi
yesterday 14-02-2016. Picture ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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New Itezhi Itezhi bus station which is under construction. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
New Itezhi Itezhi bus station which is under construction. Picture
by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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New Itezhi Itezhi modern Market to lunch soon which is under construction. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
New Itezhi Itezhi modern Market to lunch soon which is under
construction. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

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Special Assistant for Political Affairs Keiza Zulu to the President Lungu and Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda (2nr) during Church Service at Saint Barbara Church in Itezhi Itezhi yesterday. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
Special Assistant for Political Affairs Keiza Zulu to the President
Lungu and Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations Amos
Chanda (2nr) during Church Service at Saint Barbara Church in Itezhi
Itezhi yesterday. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS

27 COMMENTS

  1. “Lungu’s Itezhi Itezhi tour of ‘Development projects'”!!! Really? Why only now, Sir? Is it elections fever? Its okay Mr President, you can have a head start with your campaigns this time around. Wait for dissolution of Parliament. Even the people you thought were your friends will desert you.

  2. Load shedding is still being felt, jobs are still being lost, the currency still remains at its weakest, GDP projects are not on course. The 500 jobs promised last year nowhere to be seen. So which development are you insulting Sir. Issue based politics in Zambia is but a dream.

    • Insulting was better~!!!

      This Lungu thinks a few overpriced, overbudgeted projects will win him elections. Where is the rest of the TEN BILLION DOLLARS that him and PF have borrowed?

      It IS insulting to the people of Zambia that PF can claim it has done any more than cripple the economy and cost us thousands of jobs!

  3. The problem is that those people have already decided your excellence. What ever you will want to do to please them it won’t work. Your men and women had so many times insulted the people of that area so it’s still hurting them. Let the elections come, u will agree with me. U should have first apologised to them at what chama and others had insulted them.

  4. What is it that your HH will do if by miracle he wins elections if not construction? yes Pipo of this region might not vote him but the question is why?

  5. Felix@ I thot Tongas have insulted more than any tribe in Zambia. Just check well your files. Its only in southern province where other parties are not alliwed

  6. Comment:Even if we all tongas in zambia to vote for cattle rustlers still we cannt win ECL lets hav respect becos. after august we shall tunda i beg you fellow tribe men lets stop insult he is in power he is able to do any pls.

    • who should do it for them, giving them free food, no ways.Kaunda did it and plunged the country into economic misery we experiencing to day work hard, that’s what the Bible says!!!!

  7. Comment:Ubujenjeshi bwankoko pungwa tasakama insult now. you c. ECL is not hitting back not. even cadres ar hitting back wait ecz announce campain period you shal rustle your goats i asure. you stop insult or else.

  8. Special Assistant for Political Affairs Keiza Zulu is looking at his cell phone instead of listening to what is being said. See how serious they are not and in a house of worship at that! Wolves in sheep’s clothing!

  9. This is what will make PF lose!! Save for the power station which has to be put where the hydro power potential is,some of PF strongholds with more numbers than Itezhi-Tezhi have not seen such type of development. If they cannot vote for UPND,they prefer to abstain,partly the reason for the apathy we saw in January 2015 in PF strongholds. Yes govt. has a duty to develop all areas but it appears projects in some areas have had funding priorities hoping that can win PF some support to be “loved” through out the country not knowing that they are alienating their own support base by not fulfilling their campaign promises in areas people trusted them for development before they got power! A bit a side: Market structures look more modern than the school!!

  10. Whatever they do in itezhi tezhi, the pipo have made up their minds. He doesn’t look like he is inspecting projects but campaigning. And yet he refuses others to do so. By the way, was he attacked in ITT? No!

  11. Minor development projects in the midst of a miserly 3% economic growth,growing debt with ratings downgrades,poor oversight by ACC and baby steps on constitution making.

    This projects will only hoodwink and impress the simpletons and the ill educated villager.

  12. PICTURES 6 AND 7 ITEZI TEZI BOARDING SCHOOL AMBIANCE. IT IS A SHOCK HOW THESE CONTRACTS GET SIGNED OFF WITH A LOT OF THINGS MISSING. HOW CAN A CONTRACTOR WIN A CONTRACT AND EVEN GET IT SIGNED OFF BY THE MINISTER, PS OR WHOEVER SIGNS, WITHOUT THE CONTRACTOR HAVING INCLUDED LANDSCAPING IN THEIR CONTRACT? UBUTUTU BWA PA ZAMBIA IT’S REALLY A SHOCK THAT LANDSCAPING IS NOT SEEN AS IMPORTANT AS FINISHING THE PROJECT ITSELF. IT SEEMS THE PRESIDENT DOESN’T SEEM TO CARE ALSO AT ALL. LAND SCAPING SHOULD HAVE BEEN STARTED AND COMPLETED TOGETHER WITH THE WHOLE SCHOOL COMPLEX. WHAT’S WRONG WITH PA ZAMBIA SURE. SO, SUKULU IZANKALA YO IMBUWA, CHABE. GUYS, CAN WE START LIVING IN THE SAME PLANET AS OTHERS? UKUPYANGA ULUBANSA MANO YALUKUNGU SANA. SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS MUST INCLUDE A BOLE HALL OR…

  13. AGAIN, PIX 20, 21 AND 22. GUYS, PLEASE, LET’S HAVE STANDARDS. NO, PAVING FOR THE MARKET AND BUS STATION. AND CAN WE BE KNOWING THE DESIGNERS OF THESE BUILDINGS IN ZAMBIA. DO THEY REALLY HAVE ARCHITECTUAL DEGREES. ZAMBIAN ARCHITECTS ARE LIKE ZAMBIAN MUSICIANS WHO HAVE ONLY ONE BASELINE FOR ALL THE MUSIC COMPOSITIONS (SAVE FOR FEW). SO, DO THE ARCHITECTS. THEY DESIGN SCHOOLS THE SAME WAY. SOMEWHERE BETWEEN KAMWALA AND CHILENJE (IF I AM NOT MISTAKEN) THERE IS A SCHOOL THAT WAS CONSTRUCTED UNDER SUPERVISION OF JAPAN AND SPONSORED BY JAPAN. THIS SCHOOL IS SIMPLE AND LOOKS BEAUTIFUL WITH LOCAL MATERIALS. NOW, ONE WOULD HAVE THOUGHT ZAMBIANS WOULD SIMPLY COPY THE GOOD QUALITIES OF THIS SCHOOL AND JUST REPLICATE TO OTHER AREAS. ALAS, IT IS VERY DIFFICULT FOR ZAMBIANS. ONE ADVICE, HOWEVER- THE…

  14. ONE ADVICE, HOWEVER- THE WAY A CHINESE CONTRACTOR WILL IMPLEMENT A PROJECT WILL BE ACCORDING TO YOUR STANDARDS. LOW OR HIGH IF YOU ARE LOW OR HIGH STANDARD PEOPLE. IN ZAMBIA CHINA IMPLEMENT PROJECTS IN A VERY POOR FINISH WHILE THEY CAN’T DO THAT JUST IN THE NEIGHBOURING COUNTRY, BOTSWANA. YOU CAN GO AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. THE SAME ROADS CHINESE COMPANIES ARE BUILDING IN ZAMBIA, IN BOTSWANA THEY WILL BE 10 TIMES BETTER. THIS IS BECAUSE FIRST THE SEE THE HIGH STANDARDS OF TSWANAS AND KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH THE CONTRACT.

  15. @peter you know better but you are outside zambia then you are a failure so shut your mouth piece and let those who can contribute positively do the work ukucila uku bwata na utusungu twa masushi swaini

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