The Former Kalabo Secondary School Pupils’ Association (FOKASHA) Patron, Marvin Mwanamwambwa, has commended Trade Kings for its efforts in uplifting the standards of the school.

Judge Mwanamwambwa, who is also Deputy Chief Justice, says the company’s continued support towards the school is highly appreciated.

He said this when Trade Kings donated assorted cleaning materials to the Former Kalabo Secondary School pupils’ Association worth about K200 000 during a fundraising braii held in Lusaka today.

And speaking at the same function, FOKASHA Chairman, who is also Former Zambia Information Service (ZIS) Deputy Director, Mundia Nalishebo, said the braii was meant to raise funds for the school’s golden jubilee celebrations which will be held next month.

Mr Nalishebo said the association also received a report that pupils stand whilst having their meals hence the association’s plans to purchase some tables and benches for the dining hall at the learning institution.

He further said the school, which was built in 1966, is now dilapidated hence the need for stakeholders and other well-wishers to come to its rescue.

And Trade Kings Director, Bright Chunga, paid tribute to the former pupils for taking it upon themselves to improve the school which is in a dilapidated state.

Dr Chunga pledged to supportassociation’s efforts which are aimed at uplifting the face of the learning institution.
The fundraising braii was attended by many former Kalabo Secondary School pupils who are now high ranking officials in the country who include Judge Mwanamwambwa, Former ZIS deputy Director Mundia Nalishebo, Col Sindwa Nyambe (retired ZAF Officer) and Clive Kawana, Head of Academics at Lusaka Vocational Training Centre among others.

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    • Unfortunately they will destroy them once Ecl is sworn in as president because they are still hurting.

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    • During the Rwandan genocide, Christians slaughtered other Christians by the thousands, all in the name of ethnic superiority.

      Churches Became Death Traps In The Rwandan Genocide.

      Thousands of bodies—old men and women, young men and women, boys and girls, toddlers and infants—filled the entire sanctuary. “People piled on top of one another, four or five bodies, on top of the pews, between the pews”
      Mans inhumanity to man, not new and is still happening…humans ability to shock and repulse is nothing new…pure evil under the banner of religion…

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  1. Out of topic useless Princess. Cant you see the subject we ka lihule iwe. However, Thank you patrons for taking this wondrrful step. Western province has brought out alit of brilliant and educated men and women which we are all proud of. Its nice to see them do that. I hope others will take initiative and follow suite. Welldone sons and daughters of the soil. We Salute you. God bless you abundantky

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  2. Thank you so very much. Our children at Kalabo Secondary can learn from this and also follow when they grow. Thats exerllent. Wish ex pupils from schools like holy cross, saint johns, kambule, senanga, sesheke, kaoma, lukulu could do the same. I mention these schools coz these r the big schools in western province. let us have such associations which will be publicised. Most people from these schools are doibg well and can contribute in a way. I challenge everyone to take up this noble cause. I thank you bana ba boho yesu. tukongote ni lyetu.

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  3. Noble cause and gesture on the part of the FOKASHA, but government needs to take responsibility and ensure that school infrastructure is in good shape for pupils to learn in a decent environment. How does government use tax payers’ money?

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