President Lungu’s tour of Muchinga and Eastern Province in Pictures

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President Lungu's Travel Plan in Eastern Province
President Lungu’s Travel Plan in Eastern Province
President Lungu on a Plane to Chipata
President Lungu on a Plane to Chipata

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu alights from a ZAF plane on arrival at Chipata airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu alights from a ZAF plane on arrival at Chipata airport

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) disembarks at Chipata Airport
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) disembarks at Chipata Airport

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu shakes hands with eight years old Judith Banda after receiving a bouquet of flowers from her on arrival at Chipata airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu shakes hands with eight years old Judith Banda after receiving a bouquet of flowers from her on arrival at Chipata airport

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu talks to Judith Banda after she presented a bouquet of flowers to him on arrival at Chipata airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu talks to Judith Banda after she presented a bouquet of flowers to him on arrival at Chipata airport

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MEMBERS of the Eastern Province Joint Operations Committee (PJOC) welcome President Edgar Lungu when he arrived at Chipata airport
MEMBERS of the Eastern Province Joint Operations Committee (PJOC) welcome President Edgar Lungu when he arrived at Chipata airport

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Presidenty Lungu being ushered by Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo on arrival in Chipata
Presidenty Lungu being ushered by Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo on arrival in Chipata

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addresses Patriotic Front (PF) members and government officials that welcomed him at Chipata airport
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu addresses Patriotic Front (PF) members and government officials that welcomed him at Chipata airport

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President Lungu greeting Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central
President Lungu greeting Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central

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President Lungu addressing Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central
President Lungu greeting Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central

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President Lungu addressing Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central
President Lungu addressing Kapata Market Traders and Residents of Chipata Central

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President Edgar Lungu looking at the bicycle shortly after his arrival at Navutika Market in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu looking at the bicycle shortly after his arrival at Navutika Market in Chipata

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 President Lungu on his arrival at Navutika market in Chipata
President Lungu on his arrival at Navutika market in Chipata

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 President Lungu on his arrival at Navutika market in Chipata
President Lungu on his arrival at Navutika market in Chipata

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President Lungu addressing the marketers at Navutika Market in Chipata
President Lungu addressing the marketers at Navutika Market in Chipata

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President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Estern Province PS Chanda Kasolo at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Estern Province PS Chanda Kasolo at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata

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President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Chipata Business man Musab at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Chipata Business man Musab at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata

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President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Patauke DC Vera Moyo at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu Shake hands with Petauke DC Vera Moyo at the fundraising dinner Protea Hotel in Chipata

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu puts a Rolex wrist watch on Valden Findlay’s wrist after he pledged to but it at Fifty thousand Kwacha during a fundraising dinners for the ruling Patriotic Front held at Protea Hotel
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu puts a Rolex wrist watch on Valden Findlay’s wrist after he pledged to but it at Fifty thousand Kwacha during a fundraising dinners for the ruling Patriotic Front held at Protea Hotel

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, shows off his Ten thousand Dollars’ worth wrist watch which was bought at K 50,000-00 at a PF fundraising dinner held at Protea Hotel in Chipata
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, shows off his Ten thousand Dollars’ worth wrist watch which was bought at K 50,000-00 at a PF fundraising dinner held at Protea Hotel in Chipata

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VALDEN Findlay shows off President Edgar Lungu’s wrist watch after successfully bidding for it when it was auctioned during a PF fundraising dinner held at Protea Hotel
VALDEN Findlay shows off President Edgar Lungu’s wrist watch after successfully bidding for it when it was auctioned during a PF fundraising dinner held at Protea Hotel

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President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.
President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.

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President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.
President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.

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President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.
President Lungu visiting Zambia’s first ever palm plantation. The plantation boasts of 2,800 hectares of palm plants, which when harvested will produce crude palm oil that is the basic ingredient in most vegetable oils on the market in Zambia.

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President Lungu meeting a local chief
President Lungu meeting a local chief

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President Lungu talking to one of the local children who came to get a glimpse of him
President Lungu talking to one of the local children who came to get a glimpse of him

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President Lungu being Welcomed at a church Service
President Lungu being Welcomed at a church Service

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President Lungu on his arrival with Muchinga Provincial Minister Mwimba Malama at rally in Mpika main market y
President Lungu on his arrival with Muchinga Provincial Minister Mwimba Malama at rally in Mpika main market y

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President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour
President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour

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President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour
President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour

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President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour
President Lungu buying food in Mpika Main Market during the tour

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Mpika main Market marketers sing in joy to welcome President Lungu on his tour in the Market
Mpika main Market marketers sing in joy to welcome President Lungu on his tour in the Market

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Mpika main Market marketers sing in joy to welcome President Lungu on his tour in the Market
Mpika main Market marketers sing in joy to welcome President Lungu on his tour in the Market

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President Edgar Lungu addressing a rally at Mpika Main Market
President Edgar Lungu addressing a rally at Mpika Main Market

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President Edgar Lungu addressing a rally at Mpika Main Market
President Edgar Lungu addressing a rally at Mpika Main Market

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Inspector General Of Police Kakoma Kangaja welcomes President Lungu at the new Muchinga Police headquarters in Muchinga
Inspector General Of Police Kakoma Kangaja welcomes President Lungu at the new Muchinga Police headquarters in Muchinga

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President Edgar Lungu and inspector General of Police Kakoma Kangaja inspects the New Muchinga Police Headmasters
President Edgar Lungu and inspector General of Police Kakoma Kangaja inspects the New Muchinga Police Headmasters

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President Lungu on his arrival at a rally chinsali main Market
President Lungu on his arrival at a rally chinsali main Market

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President Lungu interacts with a charcoal marketers at Chisali main market
President Lungu interacts with a charcoal marketers at Chinsali main market

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New Muchinga Police headquarters Administration block under construction
New Muchinga Police headquarters Administration block under construction

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President Edgar Lungu interacts with Mrs Kapwepwe at her House in Chinsali whilst Muchinga Provincial Minister Mwimba Malama listens
President Edgar Lungu interacts with Mrs Kapwepwe at her House in Chinsali whilst Muchinga Provincial Minister Mwimba Malama listens
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42 COMMENTS

  1. Business as usual. We are harvesting from the hard work put in developments since 2011, whatever the current minor market lead disturbances.

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    • What an empty, wasted trip! Not a picture showing him receiving a single defector to his party.
      Is this how unattractive the PF has become?? It clearly shows that come August 11th ni Zambia forward!

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    • So all the rallies were held at the markets? Was expecting to see the “crowds” starting with Chipata airport and elsewhere….

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    • @patriot, you must be living under a rock. Minor market disturbance??? ZAMBIA has one of the worst performing currencies in the world and you call that minor??

      Meanwhile Aleisa HH

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    • Over 50 years of Independence, the markets look so dilapidated and dirty? There is no one with a a vision to sanity? how do we develop with such standards.

      We need true leadership than these useless politicians. Marketers are slaves in Zambia.

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    • Guys, how come the president couldn’t even break even on that watch? The watch was worth $ 10,000 (K 110,000) and with the added value that the president had worn it, it was supposed to fetch at least K 150,000. But Valden Findlay outbid everyone and got it for K 50,000 (less than half the price). We need to help make this president popular. If it was KK, Mandela or Obama bidders would have gone up to $30,000. Please help this man!

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  2. Pics. 35 & 36 are very revealing! The people look as though they are famished or did some political party manipulate these pictures as well!

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  3. Lungu is the best thing that has ever happened to Zambia since the discovery of copper. Such a great man.

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    • Urgent need of a brain transplant dude, you and Lungu. It’s like you are making fun of people here and that just makes you an a$$hole.

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  4. Pic 23 the face tells it all, he is not interested in such topics about production, no matter how much that manager tries hard to emphasize it’s importance, the only thing on his mind is addressing a rally at any nearest market
    Pic 27 the little boy is like dude please don’t use pic on your lusaka times to try to woe sympathetic and am humble votes by pretending to be mingling with the downtrodden in society.

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  5. How can one expect the country to be productive when its HEAD is not?

    Take a careful look at the President’s programme and this is what you will see:
    On March 11 the President’s programme starts at 15:00 and ends at 21:15hrs, that is 6 and a quarter hours.
    Of that time the only item on the programme where one could say the President was working, the tour of Navutika Market and “mini address”(since we were told the tour is to inspect projects) was allocated only 45 minutes.
    The rest of the time is spent on travelling, resting and eating(drink and dance) in that order.

    NEED ONE SAY MORE REALLY?

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  6. #voice of reason: I agree with you. Sata has gone to the grave as a cursed triabalist. I am not against Muchinga having such a structure. But we are supposed to have such structures everywhere in Zambia and especially Solwezi and the Copperbelt where the money for such a structure has come from.

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  7. Pic 37 business is tough under pf, this angoni forwarding guy is now just a simple pf cader cameraman, what pf business policies can do to businessmen.

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  8. The man who bought Lungu’s fake Chinese watch really is behaving like someone who gets a fake lottery ticket without knowing that it is fake..

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    • you can only leave defectors where you have a competitor but where Lungu had gone he enjoys the freedom. Wait for 11th August, 2016 your hate is taking you no where.

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  9. Wasting tax payers going round rural markets disturbing business for the poor zambians.viva HH

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  10. The utterly Lazy Bum Edgar doing what he does best…touring and burning precious jet fuel!!

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  11. Why is it that these people are not joining Mr Lungu in the raised fist symbol?. I am wondering. Please forgive me for my dullness, though pictures do not lie.

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  12. ok if anyone is still looking for a reason why ECL should step down , pic 21 a watch bought for USD10,000 is auctioned off at K50,000. That watch is worth in kwacha $10,000 at K11.40 at least K114,000 and the man has sold it at K50,000 losing an entire K64,000.00!!! that is how ECL sees the economics of running the country friends ….

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  13. Is it just me? He wears a watch worth US$10,000 and he does not see the poverty and squalor in which Zambians live?!? Can someone tell the emperor that he has no clothes on?

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  14. That watch will bring him a hefty amount of problems. ECL have you got a receipt for that watch and whose money did you use to buy it my brother. You have a few explanations to make mate. A few months down the line and you are buying expensive watches. Andrew Banda talked about the designer suits. These being considered petty what properties have you stashed away, cash and other pleasures and treasures we don’t know about. This man has no scruples.

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  15. muchinga police HQ thats powerful ifyo tulefwaya wat elsa can we want? dividing pipo no ways let those who will b eating tribal continue supporting

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  16. Here is a guy with a demented smile, looking like a retard on special needs day out. Look at the impoverished masses, looking like a bunch of lazarus’s looking for bread crumbs falling from the masters’ table. Poverty pa third wold.

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  17. ECL is the best deal for this country, while Mr Afroman (HH) is the worst nightmare; he is simply an Economist with a warped mind. Not too long ago he asserted that Anglo-American was the best deal for the mines in Zambia. Ironically, they led-off 18,500 workers from their mines in South Africa (SA). Compare with 4,500 miners who were led-off in Zambia. Mind you, in SA the mines that led-off workers produce precious metals (gold, platinum and diamond), as opposed to base metals (copper, cobalt, zinc, etc) which are produced in Zambia. In short, the unit price of a precious metal outstretches that of a base metal by far. So, should a rationale being be surprised about these retrenchments that have been occasioned by the lowest commodity prices in the last 60 years? Well, am sure you are…

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  18. why such a big police headquarters in muchinga? Is there so much work and crime there? Seems like a waste of resources to me. Anyways in a year i expect it to look dirty and dilapidated like all other govt buildings in the country.

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  19. To be a UPND cadre is a curse, just look at their empty comments on anything and everything.

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  20. What a sore sight of poor Zambian marketers..!! Zambia has gone backwards since Levy Mwanawasa departed. He was the only best person that helped Zambians. Lungu has done more damage to Zambia than Chiluba did.

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