Vice-President Inonge Wina lecture at Columbia University on 11 March, 2015. PHOTO | CHIBAULA D. SILWAMBA | ZAMBIA UN MISSION
Vice-President Inonge Wina

Vice President Inonge Wina has arrived in California, United States of America for a series of meetings on women empowerment and promotion of integrated high way markets.

During her five days official engagement in the U.S, the Vice President will also meet members of the Chambers of Commerce to deliberate on accessing philanthropic and commercial funding for investment projects.

ZNBC’s Kennedy Bwalya reports that Mrs Wina who arrived at Los Angeles international Airport around 23:00 hours Zambian time, is accompanied by her Senior Private Secretary, Ambassador Sheila Siwela.

The Vice President is today scheduled to attend a service at Holman United Methodist Church where she will address the congregation, with a focus on empowerment for the underprivileged.

Mrs Wina will later address a forum on Jubilee Market development.

On Monday, the Vice President will visit Santa Monica College where she will make presentations before being interviewed by the Institution’s Media Program Department.

Mrs Wina also has a meeting at the Ronald Reagan Foundation at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

The Foundation promotes President Reagan’s legacy on Individual Liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy and national pride.

The Vice President will On Wednesday also grace a forum on Jubilee Markets organised by the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation and the World Trade Centre.

Zambia’s Deputy Ambassador to the U.S Joe Chilaizya, who received the Vice President on arrival, is in Los Angeles coordinating the meetings.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Zambia is eye marked for greatness and we are greatful to the Lord.God is worth to be praised.

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    • Greatness of a country built and earned, and not through emotional hallucinations. It`s that ” just-pray-mentality” and no hard work that has made the country to stagnate for ages.

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  2. Zambia is eye marked for greatness and we are grate
    tful to the Lord.God is worth to be praised

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  3. PF could do with lessons on I ndividual Liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy and national pride. Welcome madam to the free world.

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  4. It sounds like she is on a private visit. What value to Zambia will come out of these meetings other than to earn travel and subsistence allowances? She is on her last trip we hope b4 the gravy train comes to an end on 11th August 2016. This govt just spends endlessly with no limits. Nobody is controlling foreign travel to reduce recurrent expenditures. This govt is very wasteful indeed!

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  5. All the best your honor, it’s our hope and prayer that u will make a good case for the Jubilee high markets for the benefit of those women trading in highways under very poor and deplorable conditions. God bless!

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  6. Ngati mukudya nawo, awe mwandi everything done on the expense of the double taxation robbed from ordinary Zambians is honor and blessing,,.. see u guys on the other side 11th August is fate I guess ….. wow greedy Zambian goons

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