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Part of the pupils who benefited from the  over 200 shoes expresses their happiness by making the love shape  for   Ubulayo Charity Organization Founder Tasila Lungu at Chiba Community School in Kasama district .This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 for vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.
Part of the pupils who benefited from the over 200 shoes expresses their happiness by making the love shape for Ubulayo Charity Organization Founder Tasila Lungu at Chiba Community School in Kasama district .This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 for vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.

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Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Mervis Chanda 8, a pupil at Mipango Community School in Mungwi district during her tour of Northern Province. This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.
Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Mervis Chanda 8, a pupil at Mipango Community School in Mungwi district during her tour of Northern Province. This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.

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Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Hildah Nkole 7, a pupil at Chiba Community School in Kasama district today after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school. Looking on is Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa and School Head Catherine Bwalya (walking stick)
Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Hildah Nkole 7, a pupil at Chiba Community School in Kasama district today after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school. Looking on is Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa and School Head Catherine Bwalya (walking stick)

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Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Mervis Chanda 8, a pupil at Mipango Community School in Mungwi district during her tour of Northern Province. This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.
Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Mervis Chanda 8, a pupil at Mipango Community School in Mungwi district during her tour of Northern Province. This was after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school.

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Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Hildah Nkole 7, a pupil at Chiba Community School in Kasama district today after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school. Looking on is Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa and School Head Catherine Bwalya (walking stick)
Ubulayo Charity organization founder Tasila Lungu with Hildah Nkole 7, a pupil at Chiba Community School in Kasama district today after she made a donation of shoes to over 200 vulnerable and orphaned pupils at the school. Looking on is Kasama District Commissioner Kelly Kashiwa and School Head Catherine Bwalya (walking stick)

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Busoli royal establishment Principal adviser John Luputa(l) being presented with a gift by one of the peace corps volunteers Kelsi Grogan(r) during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
Busoli royal establishment Principal adviser John Luputa(l) being presented with a gift by one of the peace corps volunteers Kelsi Grogan(r) during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(l) being presented with a gift by one of the peace corps volunteers Evelyn Dority(r) during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(l) being presented with a gift by one of the peace corps volunteers Evelyn Dority(r) during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(l) having a light moment with Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) immediately after the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(l) having a light moment with Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) immediately after the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(l) having a light moment with Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) immediately after the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(l) having a light moment with Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) immediately after the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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U.S Ambassador Eric Schultz(l) having a chat with His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(c) while Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) looks on during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
U.S Ambassador Eric Schultz(l) having a chat with His Royal Highness Chief Chamuka of Chisamba District(c) while Lands,Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Deputy Minister Davis Mwango(r) looks on during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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Peace Corps Volunteers presenting a song in kaonde during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers
Peace Corps Volunteers presenting a song in kaonde during the swearing in ceremony for rural aquaculture promotion and linking income,food and environment project volunteers

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Raddison Blu Hotel General Manager Marius Wolmarans (2nr) and AO5 ward sister in-charge Noreen Choopa give the donation of towels and food staffs to the mother of the patients in ward AO5 at UTH
Raddison Blu Hotel General Manager Marius Wolmarans (2nr) and AO5 ward sister in-charge Noreen Choopa give the donation of towels and food staffs to the mother of the patients in ward AO5 at UTH

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Raddison Blu Hotel General Manager Marius Wolmarans (2nr) and AO5 ward sister in-charge Noreen Choopa give the donation of towels and food staffs to the mother of the patients in ward AO5 at UTH
Raddison Blu Hotel General Manager Marius Wolmarans (2nr) and AO5 ward sister in-charge Noreen Choopa give the donation of towels and food staffs to the mother of the patients in ward AO5 at UTH

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Inspector-Pensions and Insurance Authority Chishiba Kabungo chats with Director Consumer Protection Brian Lingela at the Press Briefing on fraud Prevention Month Media Breakfast at Southern Sun
Inspector-Pensions and Insurance Authority Chishiba Kabungo chats with Director Consumer Protection Brian Lingela at the Press Briefing on fraud Prevention Month Media Breakfast at Southern Sun

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Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba tours the Mansanto limited company during the official commemoration of the world day for safety and health at work
Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba tours the Mansanto limited company during the official commemoration of the world day for safety and health at work

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Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba with Mansanto country director Donald Mavindindze looks at Mansanto product .during the official commemoration of the world day for safety and health at work
Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba with Mansanto country director Donald Mavindindze looks at Mansanto product .during the official commemoration of the world day for safety and health at work

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Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba looks at the Machine while east and west Africa director Bwembya Ng'andu explains how it works has she tours the Mansanto limited company
Deputy Minister of labour and social security Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba looks at the Machine while east and west Africa director Bwembya Ng’andu explains how it works has she tours the Mansanto limited company

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Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(r) and U.S Embassy President of America Chamber of Commerce Jason Kazilimani(l) during the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy
Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(r) and U.S Embassy President of America Chamber of Commerce Jason Kazilimani(l) during the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy

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Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(r) chats with U.S Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Young(l) during the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy
Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(r) chats with U.S Embassy
Deputy Chief of Mission David Young(l) during the American Chamber of
Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy

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Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(c), U.S Embassy President of America Chamber of Commerce Jason Kazilimani(l) and PF Chilanga aspiring candidate Maria Phiri(r) having a light moment during the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy
Commerce Permanent Secretary Kayula Siame(c), U.S Embassy President of America Chamber of Commerce Jason Kazilimani(l) and PF Chilanga aspiring candidate Maria Phiri(r) having a light moment during the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting at the American Embassy

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National Assembly of Affairs Mrs Cecilia Mbewe and the Ministry of Finance Budget and Economic Affairs Permanent Secretary Mrs Pamela Kabemba receiving the “Communication Kit” that was used during the Inter parliament Union Assembly in Lusaka; the kit was handed over to the National assembly of Zambia
National Assembly of Affairs Mrs Cecilia Mbewe and the Ministry of Finance Budget and Economic Affairs Permanent Secretary Mrs Pamela Kabemba receiving the “Communication Kit” that was used during the Inter parliament Union Assembly in Lusaka; the kit was handed over to the National assembly of Zambia

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 Ministry of Finance Budget and Economic Affairs Permanent Secretary Mrs Pamela Kabemba and National Assembly of Affairs Mrs Cecilia Mbewe receiving the “Communication Kit” that was used during the Inter parliament Union Assembly in Lusaka; the kit was handed over to the National assembly of Zambia

Ministry of Finance Budget and Economic Affairs Permanent Secretary Mrs Pamela Kabemba and National Assembly of Affairs Mrs Cecilia Mbewe receiving the “Communication Kit” that was used during the Inter parliament Union Assembly in Lusaka; the kit was handed over to the National assembly of Zambia

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Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Coommissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border
Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border

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Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Coommissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border
Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border

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Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Coommissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border
Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (far left), Road Development Agency (RDA) director in charge of communications and corporate affairs Royce Saili (far left), Kazungula Bridge Project Team Leader Kabamelo Kgoboko (next to Ms Saili) and Kazungula District Commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane (next to Mr Kgoboko). This was on Sunday this week when Mr Mukanga and his delegation inspected the construction of the Bridge at Kazungula Border

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 President Edgar Lungu (c) cuts the ribbon to officially commission the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (c) cuts the ribbon to officially commission the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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President Edgar Lungu (c) reads the message on the plaque after officially commissioning the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,
President Edgar Lungu (c) reads the message on the plaque after officially commissioning the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,

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President Edgar Lungu (c) listens from Pettit and Partners Consultants Resident Engineer Ernest Masaiti (r) the contractors of Sioma Bridge as Road Development Agency (RDA) Communications Director Loyce Saili (l) looks on during the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (c) listens from Pettit and Partners Consultants Resident Engineer Ernest Masaiti (r) the contractors of Sioma Bridge as Road Development Agency (RDA) Communications Director Loyce Saili (l) looks on during the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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 President Edgar Lungu (l) runs to climb the stairs to the bridge during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (l) runs to climb the stairs to the bridge during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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 President Edgar Lungu (l) runs to climb the stairs to the Sioma Bridge during the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (l) runs to climb the stairs to the Sioma Bridge during the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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President Edgar Lungu (c) flanked by his entourage tours the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province,
President Edgar Lungu (c) flanked by his entourage tours the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province,

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President Edgar Lungu (c) flanked by his entourage tours the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province,
President Edgar Lungu (c) tours the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province

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 President Edgar Lungu (l) talks to Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Director Soko Zindaba (c) at the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (l) talks to Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Director Soko Zindaba (c) at the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million after officially commissioning it in Sioma District of Western Province

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 President Edgar Lungu (r), Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (c) and Defense Minister Richwell Siamunene (l) following proceedings during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,
President Edgar Lungu (r), Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (c) and Defense Minister Richwell Siamunene (l) following proceedings during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,

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President Edgar Lungu (r) listens from Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (l) during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (r) listens from Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (l) during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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Presidential Motor Cade crossing Sioma Bridge after the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
Presidential Motor Cade crossing Sioma Bridge after the official commissioning of the bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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The just commissioned Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
The just commissioned Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

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The just commissioned Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,
The just commissioned Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province,
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    • The bridge has nothing to do with Lungu. It is just a coincidence that he gets to commission it. All the major road projects and bridges in Western Province have nothing to do with Lungu nor PF. The funding and construction were already underway when Sata assumed office. I am sure PF cadres are also waiting anxiously to see Lungu taking credit for Society House completion. Some People have short memories.

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    • The PF campaign machinery is in full swing even before parliament is dissolved because I stand no chance once official campaigning kicks off.
      Government resources are in trouble, but who cares, eh? ECZ are in my pocket.

      And just check out my daughter Tasila struggling to keep us in State House using public sources masquerading as an NGO.

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    • @Westerner, so you expected only Sata to officially open the bridge?…success is only measured by accomplishments, implementation of plans… merely planning and starting to implement plans is never success. Zambia needs implementers of good plans not just good plans on paper. Give credit where its due…its a sign of honesty.

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  1. THE COST OF CONSTRUCTING A MERE BRIDGE (WITH NO TOURIST-ATTRACTION-VALUE ADDED TO IT) IN ZAMBIA IS TOO UNREASONABLY HIGH. IT’S HIGH TIME THE GOVERNMENT ENCOURAGED MORE INDIGENOUS ZAMBIAN CONTRACTING COMPANIES OR INDIGENOUS CONTRACTING COMPANIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH FOREIGN CONTRACTING COMPANIES IN ORDER TO DRIVE THE CONSTRUCTION COSTS MASSIVELY DOWN. A MERE BRIDGE SHOULD NOT COST “…Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million…”. IT WOULD MAKE SENSE IF THE MONEY OF THIS EXORBITANT COSTS WERE GOING TO THE INDIGENOUS COMPANIES BECAUSE THE MONEY WOULD STILL REMAIN IN ZAMBIA. NOT IN A CASE WERE MOST OF IT WILL BE EXTERNALISED.

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    • Its the amount of bribing involved that make the cost of construction so high. Ask those at RDA/works and supply or finance they will tell how much money is made. Have you ever wondered why infrastructure development has been so emphasized during the past 7yrs starting from RB?

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    • Ba Peter naimwe search facts before commenting. The cost of such a bridge would be about the same throughout the SADC region. Ask Civil Engineers and they will confirm this. And it does not mean whoever the contractor was pocketed K108.2million. The Contractor built the bridge for us and his profit is probably only 5 to 10% or even less. Give credit where it is due.

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  2. PIX 1 TO 5. TASILA LUNGU IS DOING A COMMENDABLE JOB BY DRESSING UP THIESE UP COMING YOUNG LEADERS, CORPORATE EXECUTIVES, ENGINEERS, DOCTORS, NURSES, TEACHERS, PLUMBERS, BUILDERS, ETC OF ZAMBIA. MOST LIKELY MORE THAN 70% OF ZAMBIAN KIDS HAVE NO SHOES AND THEREFORE WALK BARE FEET. THEY EVEN TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES TO SCHOOL BARE FEET EVEN IN ZAMBIA’S EXTREMELY COLD WINTERS. IT IS MOST LIKELY (OR NOT) TASILA EXPERIENCED HOW PAINFUL IT WAS WHEN SHE WAS A KID TO WALK BARE FEET AND IT HAS BEEN HER LONG STANDING PASSION TO DRESS UP THE KIDS OF ZAMBIA FIRST STARTING FROM THE FEET. I HAVE STARTED RESPECTING THIS YOUNG PRETTY LADY FOR THIS RECOGNITION OF CHILDREN IN THE CONTEXT OF THEIR FEET. THIS WILL DEFINITELY SET A TREND OF DRESSING UP OF CHILDREN STARTING FROM THE FOOT AND NOT THE HEAD-NORMALLY…

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  3. Peter,
    That bridge is beyond your capacity. The best you could have said is to propose partnership ventures.

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    • Ulubunda,
      I DON’T KNOW IF YOU READ @2 IN FULL. IF YOU DID YOU WOULD HAVE COME ACROSS THE WORD PARTNERSHIP. MY TAKE IS THAT YOU DID NOT. YOU SEE THAT’S A TROUBLE WITH WE ZAMBIANS- WE FIND EVERYTHING IMPOSSIBLE. IN A SIMILAR WAY, THAT’S HOW ZAMBIAN ENGINEERS FRUSTRATED PROF CLIVE CHIRWA. THEY THOUGHT TO HAVE A TRAINS-MAKING ENGINEERING DIVISION IN KABWE, HAVING ELECTRIC TRAINS IN ZAMBIA, ETC IS NOT POSSIBLE. SO THEY MADE SURE THAT THEY FRUSTRATED ALL HIS EFFORTS INSTEAD OF SEEING IT AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PRACTICE AND EXPLORE THEMSELVES AS ENGINEERS.

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  4. THIS WILL DEFINITELY SET A TREND OF DRESSING UP OF CHILDREN STARTING FROM THE FOOT AND NOT THE HEAD-NORMALLY THE CASE IN ZAMBIA. PLEASE, PARENTS AND THOSE WHO CAN SPARE SOME MONEY, LETS START DRESSING UP OUR CHILDREN INCLUSIVELY OF WHOLE THEIR DRESS-ABLE PARTS. DO NOT BUY THEM DRESSES (AND SHORTS AND SHIRTS), HOODS, AND SPEND MONEY ON PLATTING THEIR HAIR IN EXCLUSION OF FOOT WEAR. ONCE, AGAIN THANKS SO MUCH TASILA- YOU ARE DOING A COMMENDABLE JOB.

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    • I don’t see any kid there with ‘Vikuti’ or perm. There parents cannot afford it. 48% of our people are suffering. While a lot of those that have jobs are drinking Wednesday to Saturday. sadly including the women.

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  5. Job well done Mr President and Ms.Tasila Lungu!!LET THOSE WHO BELONG TO “CHUUNDU CHAITWA” PARTY UPND HUNG AS WE DONT CARE ABOUT HOW THEY FEEL!!ALL WE NEED IS SEEING ZAMBIA DEVELOPED!!KEEP IT UP PF!!”IFINTU NI LUNGU-2016!”GO PF GO!!

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    • Didnt you read the Panama scandals they best way to launder funds is forming a Charity organisation…these organisations disappear after their fathers or husbands live office..look at Hooe foundation

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  6. Surely how does link up bridge cost $100m …this is just total madness is half going to bribe the Litungu? Is it made from Steel delivered by DHL…Some thing is wrong totaling here…very wrong…i wonder how much a new Luangwa bridge would cost? 1/2 billion. No wonder Eurobond is finished…$100m!!!!!!!

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    • Jay Jay Ni kupa swalelo(Excuse this young me ). Let my relatives travel wonderfully over those waters and not worry about Crocodiles. You usually have great insights when you are sober. On this one calm yourself a little. How are you liking the UEFA Semis?

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  7. Jay Jay @ 8, I was wondering why the peace corps were dancing in the earlier photos. Then I got to Picture 15 and saw Monsanto and realized. First they sent missionaries like David Livingstone to preach a Jesus we already knew. Then they stole our natural resources and diamonds. The new imperialists are trying to make up for ground they have lost to China.

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  8. Is that the ill-famed Monsanto which specialises in gen-manipulated products? Ho sad, so we’ve been sold down the river again.

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  9. Just because one is not wearing shoes does not mean they don’t have shoes…surely what are shoes made of cloth any good, I hope those shoes are made locally and not imported from China.

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  10. that’s a good bridge I like that it has sidewalks for pedestrians and motorists , its funny how all these projects are commissioned in the same year

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  11. I think the guy who blogs as Westerner is the most prejudiced fellow that says nothing sensible but sheer hatred all along. Does he really know what being Christian, or just humane mean?

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