Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Youth Day Celebrations in Pictures LifestylePhoto Gallery Youth Day Celebrations in Pictures March 14, 2016 6391 39 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber 1Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje flagging off the Youth Day celebrations in the tourist capital 2Health Minister Joseph Kasonde joins Makululu secondary school dance troupe during this year’s Youth Day celebrations in Kabwe. PICTURE BY SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS. 3Mukobeko secondary school teacher and his dancing group showcasing their dancing skills during this Year’s Youth day celebrations in Kabwe. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS 4Mukobeko secondary school teacher and his dancing group showcasing their dancing skills during this Year’s Youth day celebrations in Kabwe. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS 5 6Zambia National Service matching in Godfrey Chitalu stadium during this year’s Youth day celebrations in Kabwe. PICTURE BY SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANISCOMMUNITY Development and Social Welfare Minister, Emerine Kabanshi, walks to the cenotaph to lay a wreath during this year’s commemoration of Youth Day in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 7EASTERN Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo, lays a wreath on a cenotaph during this year’s Youth Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 8CHIPARTA Mayor, Jealous Phiri, lays a wreath on a cenotaph during this year’s Youth Day commemoration held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 9PATRIOTIC Front youth march past the guest of honour, Emerine Kabanshi during the commemoration of Youth Day held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 10COMMUNITY Development and Social Welfare Minister, Emerine Kabanshi, inspects a guard of honour mounted by youth during the commemoration of Youth Day held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 11Eighteen years Bertha Chulu, reads a speech on behalf of fellow youth at this year’s Youth Day commemorations held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 12MINISTER of Community Development and Social Welfare, Emerine Kabanshi, presents a wheel chair to Eunice Banda during the commemoration of Youth Daay held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday.PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 13COMMUNITY Development and Social Welfare Minister, Emerine Kabanshi, speaking when she officiated at this year’s Youth Day commemorations held at David Kaunda stadium in Chipata on Saturday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS 14Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga greets scores of Monze Youths during the Youth Day Celebrations held under the theme,” Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation”, 15Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga greets scores of Monze Youths during the Youth Day Celebrations held under the theme,” Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation”. 16Cadets from Monze Secondary School mesmerizing scores of youths who attended the Youth Day Celebrations in Monze yesterday under the theme, “Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation”. 17Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga inspects a guard of honour mounted by cadets from Monze Secondary School during the Youth Day Celebrations held under the theme, “Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation”. 18Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga inspects a guard of honour mounted by cadets from Monze Secondary School during the Youth Day Celebrations held under the theme, “Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation”. 19Acrobatic Skills by various Schools and colleges entertained the crowds(not in picture) during the Youth Day Celebrations held yesterday in Monze under the theme, ““Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation.” 20Karaters entertain the crowd during the Youth Day Celebrations held yesterday in Monze under the theme, ““Youth: Champions of Dialogue, Peace, Unity and Economic Emancipation.” 21Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga( left in white hat) shares a light moment with 70 year-old Mr.Simon Hapenga( in a wheel chair) after he handed over a wheeel chair donated by Monze District Youth Day organising Committee donated the wheel chair worth K2,220.00 to him. This was during the Youth Day Celebrations 22eputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga( left in white hat) helps 70 year-old Simon Hapenga (in wheel chair) after Monze District Youth Day Organisaing Committee donated a wheel chair worth K2,220.00 to him during Youth Day celebrations in Monze 23Deputy Minister of Eduaction (right in white hat) who was the guest of honour challenges Monze youths to dance with him during the Youth Day Celebrations 24Scores of Monze Youths dance with Deputy Minister of Education Mr. Sydney Mushanga ( in white hat)during the Youth Day Celebrations 25Ambassador of The state of Palestine to zambia attalla Qubia offering a flower to VEEP by wishing her a “happy youth day”! 26Vice President Inonge Wina laying wreaths. 27 28 29Zambia Leonard Cheshire Home Society members. 30 31PF Youths 32PF Youths 33Muslim Youth Community 34 [Read 150 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:Acting President Ngosa Simbyakula leads thousand of youths in commemorating youth day celebrationsEPP apologizes for missing Youth Day celebrationsFDD Youth day message: 50 years on,which way for Zambian Youth?Zambia Independence Day Celebrations in PicturesLabour Day Celebrations in Pictures Loading... RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mungwi District Hospital in Pictures The 2019 Inter Company Relay in Pictures Fred M’membe’s Copperbelt Weekend Rally in Pictures 39 COMMENTS The girl in picture 2 would be stripped naked if she wore the same attire on the streets. The old man seem to be admiring her youth more than dancing. 0 0 mwatola chusi mwasiya mulilo 0 0 I am very saddened to see how Islam is spreading so fast in Zambia. I wonder if its hunger that is forcing Zambians born in Christian families to join the most dangerous religion on the planet!? 0 0 It’s a free country. 0 0 What backward thinking! Why should you complain about people’s beliefs? After all most Zambians have only been Christians for a few generations. So you could easily ask why Africans who had their own indigenous religions embraced Christianity which was brought here by the very same people who colonised and enslaved us. 0 0 You guys are missing the point wait until you hear a maliongo caught in USA called mulenga then you will start to worry! Mukafwa kwati ninkoko ba pompwe imwe muleti na free country fyototo fyototo 0 0 Very divisive for a Christian , the gates of heaven just closed right before you got in. You are close minded you don’t even understand the bible . 0 0 Sure this is threatening 0 0 nice pictures what of the one that had some imbeciles burning other parties regalia and the striped girl shame some people thought it was (PF) patriotic front youth day Lusaka times own up and give fair coverage and shame despicable acts. 0 0 What is so nice about pic 27? Have you noticed how untidy those school kids are? Checkout the boy with the tie dangling from his neck like a dogs line, right behind him the girl in a “white” blouse that looks like the rags i use to clean my doorstep, her skirt is patched together with safety pins…. I went to a Mzungu school in Zambia, such filth was not tolerated by muzungu teachers and headmaster. 0 0 @Makwingo you have just the said the words I wanted to utter exactly! @LT be fair and show the readership the real pictures where PF youths brutalized UPND as if only PF owns this country…… August 11 is coming watch out! 0 0 Long live Rasta!!!! 0 0 pic11. CHIPATA HAS VERY BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE- IT SURE DESERVE A CITY STATUS. IT IS SIMPLY A BEAUTIFUL TOWN. 0 0 Is it the landscape in the background you are admiring or the landscape in front of the background landscape? 0 0 The girls in long black robes and pink scarfs must STINK like he-goats dressed like that in Zambia’s tropical heat. YUCK!! 0 0 Your comment is misplaced and outdated. Learn to respect other people affiliations or identities whether political or religious. We cannot all be the same. I guess you are not a Christian because Christians a peace loving and we are taught to love our neighbors. 0 0 Picture 27: very indiscipline pupils showing people ugly dressing! From which school? 0 0 Picture 7 ba Kasolo. Was he just woken up from bed and didn’t have enough time to change the pyjama trousers? 0 0 Surely those two Rastas are not youths!!! 0 0 neither can they spell 0 0 What about the Lusaka pictures where PF attacked ba UPND coz PF were annoyed at being outnumbered? And did you also know ba Lusaka times that about 11 MMD MPs have defected to the UPND? Can’t wait for you to report that the way you urgently reported Shakafuswa’s defection. Cheers!. 0 0 Pic 31 i did know that the president looks like that. 0 0 Pic 15 – 18. are those funeral tents? Which district is that without a stadium? 0 0 Everything pertaining to this event seems to be militarised — useless organisers. 0 0 the acts of pf was very wrong 0 0 the acts of pf was very wrong we need peace 0 0 @10 DUDE LOVE If UPND outnumbered PF, why did UPND run away. If I were you, I would celebrate if the defectors were from PF to UPND. Not from MMD. Defectors will be flying all over at this time. 0 0 Dude, the UPND were not armed while the PF came running with pangas. I may not be a genius but I have a feeling punches would not be effective against pangas. As for the defectors my friend, those guys are still popular in their constituencies, abena Levy Ngoma, Chituwo, Situmbeko etc so once UPND re-adopts them to stand for the same seats, thats 12 new UPND MPS. Put a little more depth in your analysis 0 0 #Obsever, Islam has spread so fast in Zambia especially in Lusaka because of hunger. RB contributed to this by offering them what used to be a house for them to build a mosque on Addis Ababa road. On Great East Road after the airport turn off, there’s a madras besides what is in Makeni etc. LT, where are the photos of PF beatings of UPND? chipata is nice but it is not an easy place for the disabled because of its landscape. other Zambian towns are nice too. The only problems with our towns is filth. 0 0 PF store the day from Zambian youths…nothing to about for the past youth day 0 0 How is it Youth Day when the aged are the ones directing everything? 0 0 Just a question, why do we always have kapasoz behind ministers, chiefs or any other government official. Just asking 0 0 Well they all looked so healthy and loved the attention on their honoured day. 0 0 Zambians, Zambians, here we go again! PF youths attack their colleagues in full of view of VEEP and some very senior government officials, they say they were far from where the madness took place, therefore cannot comment. I was reminded of those Soweto days to see all those kids scampering for safety when our not so friendly Zambia Police started firing the tear gases. Surely, are you telling us that you can only condemn such vices if PF is attacked? I remember how boma luna bo Inonge had to be forced into apologizing (but of cause with attached condition) when Jerabos attacked HH in Kitwe a few months again. No one really came out to condemn that but did you see how the entire government quickly came together to condemn the attack on the old lady’s home in Nalolo? Let us not be… 0 0 Lusaka Times, why not just call yourselves as PF Times? 0 0 Ba Cadet, is starch still available? Please use starch to iron your uniforms! 0 0 Are you telling the whole world that only 1 political party in Zambia participated in this year’s YOUTH DAY CELEBRATION? Or you indirectly suggest that people judge you according to how you do your business as a media entity? 0 0 Pic 33. Girls kidnapped in NIGERIA by Boko Haram fanatic group are now in Zambia and no one talks about it? Just asking 0 0 National events are non-partisan so lets avoid party regalia 0 0 Comments are closed.