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President Lungu to embark on a three-day tour of Luapula

General News President Lungu to embark on a three-day tour of Luapula

President Edgar Lungu tour at Universal Mining and Chemical Industrial plant in Kafue- Picture  by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.25-06-2016
President Edgar Lungu tour at Universal Mining and Chemical Industrial plant in Kafue- Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse.25-06-2016

President Edgar Lungu will this week visit Luapula Province on a three day working visit.

State House Spokesman Amos Chanda revealed in a statement that President Lungu will arrive in Mansa, the provincial capital on Tuesday, June 28th 2016.

“State House wishes to advise that His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, President of the Republic of Zambia will on Tuesday, 28th June 2016 start a tour of Luapula Province for three days. The President will start with Mansa and later visit all districts in the Province,” Mr Chanda said.

He said President Lungu will inspect government projects, assure farmers of increased attention to fertiliser and seed distribution and of prompt payment for the crop they will sell to the Food Reserve Agency next month.

“The President will thank the farmers particularly the small scale sector for their remarkable contribution to the 2.8 million bumper harvest Zambia has recorded this year. The Head of State will make major pronouncements to guide the revitalisation of assets of the Kawambwa Tea Company in order to create jobs for the local people,” he said.

15 COMMENTS

  1. Now we will the actual mammoth rally not the one were you the people to shout forward or be slapped and….

    • Indeed Mudala mj banda…. not ifya mafi fya ba UPND…(Up and Down).. that stupid party…only a retard would support or even be president of UPND

  2. Here in kabwe they hv been on rampage beating people. Fi up n down will lose this election with disgrace. Those people u r beating u want to rule them. Mukose. Take ur evil spirits out of kabwe and just know work done is equal to 000000.

  3. Vote for our mbuya.. not tribalism loving tonga cows. By hook or crook ifintu ni lungu

  4. Mahule na bachakolwa bonse…. ifintu ni lungu. Free pusi and free Jameson for all no more lusaka brown olo kachasu.hahaha

  5. Their goes my president to the Liverpool! Go and tell them ECL that they need to vote for the developmental projects we have seen. Tell them to continue agriculture diversification through planting cassava and yams.
    This is one province that can grow yams as they have equatorial rains and have plenty fish to eat the Nigerian style. We need to check if we can grow them.
    Your Excellency while their eat some Mbowa with your cousins.
    Stay blessed as we will surely vote for you!

  6. Pf kuwayawayafye infact for us unza & Cbu students frm luapula our memories are stil new so don’t even worst yo times see you on 11th August with yo violence. Viva HH & Gbm

  7. Why does Lungu’s face, especially the area around trhe mouth, bear such a cunning semblence to the feminine genitalia? You bent it stinks like one too. Mwendi mucaha na mumunile kwa mukongo wa Silit Doras, cwale ka pupeho ka n.yo kona kamu yambukela fa sifateho!

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