Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day in Pictures

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First Lady Esther Lungu(l) being welcomed by a Grade One pupil of North mead Primary School Natasha Namukwanya(r) at Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) being welcomed by a Grade One pupil of
North mead Primary School Natasha Namukwanya(r) at Giacomo Global Hand
Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) being welcomed by a Grade One pupil of North mead Primary School Natasha Namukwanya(r) at Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) being welcomed by a Grade One pupil of
North mead Primary School Natasha Namukwanya(r) at Giacomo Global Hand
Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu with Former First Ladies Maureen Mwanawasa (R) and Vera Chiluba (C) on arrival at Northmead Primary School for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu embraces former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa on arrival at Northmead Primary school for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday, October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu embraces former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa on arrival at Northmead Primary school for the Commemoration of Global Handwashing Day in Lusaka on Wednesday, October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) chats with former first Lady Vera Tembo Chiluba(r) and her grandchild Safira  during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) chats with former first Lady Vera
Tembo Chiluba(r) and her grandchild Safira during Giacomo Global
Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) chats with former first Lady Vera Tembo Chiluba(r) and her grandchild Safira  during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) chats with former first Lady Vera
Tembo Chiluba(r) and her grandchild Safira during Giacomo Global
Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) with North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r) during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary Schoo
First Lady Esther Lungu(l) with North mead Primary School
Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r) during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day
at North mead Primary Schoo

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First Lady Esther Lungu(c), Second Former First Lady Vera Tembo Chiluba(l) and Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(r) arrives at Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(c), Second Former First Lady Vera Tembo
Chiluba(l) and Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(r) arrives at
Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(second left), Second Former First Lady Vera Tembo Chiluba(l) ,Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(second right) and North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r) during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(second left), Second Former First Lady Vera
Tembo Chiluba(l) ,Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(second
right) and North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r)
during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(c), Second Former First Lady Vera Tembo Chiluba(l) and Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(r) arrives at Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(c), Second Former First Lady Vera Tembo
Chiluba(l) and Third Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa(r) arrives at
Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu washes her hands to demonstrate the 6 steps to Hand washing   during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu washes her hands to demonstrate the 6
steps to Hand washing during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at
North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu washes her hands to demonstrate the 6 steps to Hand washing   during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu washes her hands to demonstrate the 6
steps to Hand washing during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at
North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu during  the Commemoration of Global Hand washing Day at North mead Primary School  in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during the Commemoration of Global Hand washing Day at North mead Primary School in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Triple Eight Managing Director Sarika Modi(c) and South African Dettol Ambassador Leorna Moya(r) handover 200,000 Bar soaps for the Mothers and Children of Zambia to Ministry of Health Mother and Child Director Caroline Phiri(r) during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
Triple Eight Managing Director Sarika Modi(c) and South African
Dettol Ambassador Leorna Moya(r) handover 200,000 Bar soaps for the
Mothers and Children of Zambia to Ministry of Health Mother and Child
Director Caroline Phiri(r) during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at
North mead Primary School
North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r) presents a gift of appreciation to the First Lady Esther Lungu(l) during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(r) presents a
gift of appreciation to the First Lady Esther Lungu(l) during Giacomo
Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(r) donates 44 sports kit and 4 balls to North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(l) on behalf of the School during  Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu(r) donates 44 sports kit and 4 balls to
North mead Primary School Headmistress Sylvia Mulyata(l) on behalf of
the School during Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day at North mead
Primary School
First Lady Esther Lungu cuts the ribbon to officially open the Esther Lungu Administration Block at  North mead Primary School during the Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day
First Lady Esther Lungu cuts the ribbon to officially open the
Esther Lungu Administration Block at North mead Primary School during
the Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day
First Lady Esther Lungu cuts the ribbon to officially open the Esther Lungu Administration Block at  North mead Primary School during the Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day
First Lady Esther Lungu cuts the ribbon to officially open the
Esther Lungu Administration Block at North mead Primary School during
the Giacomo Global Hand Washing Day
First Lady Esther Lungu during  the Commemoration of Global Hand washing Day at North mead Primary School  in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
First Lady Esther Lungu during the Commemoration of Global Hand washing Day at North mead Primary School in Lusaka on Wednesday,October 12,2016-Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

30 COMMENTS

  1. +7
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    My Favourite DIVAS.LOOKING GREAT. Now why can’t Mr. HH ,and President. Lungu get along like this?. It can be good. Please learn from the FIRST LADIES …

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    Picture 10 and 11, too much weight Vera and while we are at it, can’t those drive ways be tarred please?

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    @Kumikoti, you mean drive through. KFC TYPE. Zambia is just introducing then now, while they have been in other countries from forever. MAMA VERA’s That has nothing to do with FAST FOOD DRIVE THROUGH. Its GENETICS. But i think she carries her weight well. Just Love these ladies.

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      when one is failing to come to terms with the truth, anything that is not their making is not right. vera’s weight is just ok. get over your diss

      appoinment and move on.

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    Kumikoti @ I get your point now. Am sorry. But i will still stick to my point of MAMA VERA and her well carried weight.

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    Edgar Lungu’s brain cells have been destroyed by kachasu and jameson. if he had brains he would lean to co exist with HH and GBM like these ladies have done here. esther advise Changwa not to listen to f00ls like Kabwili, Mumbi, frank bwalya, kanganja and and Kaize to name but a few f00ls.he will not be in state house forever, so no he better think how you will all be treated after leaving state house. Vera is still looking good

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    The First Lady is courting former First Ladies so you can not compare HE ECL co-existing with HH and GBM as they are the current opposition. Further more they, HH and GBM do not recognise HE ECL as President so what would be the connection there. These former First ladies acknowledge, accept and support the Fist Lady.

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      True infact it should HH and GBM who must make the move by 1.0 Accepting that ECL is President 2.0 Accept invitation when they are called upon to attend state functions 3.0 Tell their MPs especially Gary to respect authourity. Coming to think of it may be HH knows he will never be president otherwise he would have been doing for ECL what he would like others to do for him when he is head of state!!!!

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    Ita amazing to see the mothers of the nation together Mrs Chiluluba, Mwanawasa, and Lungu. We thank God for the unity. We hope one day you the wives will lead our nation if its your vocation.

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    How can the Zambian environment sustain the past first ladies initiatives along side the current one e.g Maureen Mwanawasa Initiative, the Vera Chiluba Foundation operate alongside the Ester Lungu one in uplifting the standard of living of our people.

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    It’s shameful that Vera thought it okay to do a ‘UPND Forward,’ salut when greeted. Politicking even when a metaphorical White Flag is raised. FirstbLady really needed to wash her hand after this one.

    However, First Lady was The STAR. Beautiful Print and vibrant colours. Fresh dewey skinned. First Lady of Zambia resplendent, and carried her hour glass shape VERY WELL. Love the skirt.

    Vera is down to earth, honest and did not use the opportunity to overshadow her kind friend.

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      “…shameful that Vera…” Maureen?

      But that’s how na mayo’s reach out for a hug. I wouldn’t read much into that if I were you, Maureen has already distanced herself from that plank Kainde and his ilk…

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      @Patriot Abroad kiki you made me laugh . you guy you always see something to politik about lol.. very funny I’m sure you meant to say maureen not Vera kiikiki

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    IF ZAMBIA WERE A DESERT COUNTRY, THE EXCUSE FOR NON-WATER RETICULATION (PIPED WATER NETWORK), WOULD HAVE BEEN THAT, ‘ZAMBIA HAS NO RIVERS AND LAKES’. ZAMBIA HAS MANY AND MAJOR RIVERS OF AFRICA- IN FACT THE LARGEST FRESH WATER BODIES IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF AFRICA. AT LEAST LUAPULA PROVINCE WOULD HAVE BEEN A SHINING PIPED-WATER EXAMPLE FOR ZAMBIA’S FRESH WATER ABAUNDANCE. NOW, GO TO LUAPULA PROVINCE. ABANTU BANYA MUMIMANA INSTEAD OF FLASHED TOILETS EVEN IN VILLAGES. IT IS DIFFICULT FOR TOURISM TO TAKE OFF LARGELY DUE TO LACK OF WATER RETICULATION. SOAKAWAYS WILL VERY SOON START CONTAMINATING UNDERGROUND, RIVERS AND LAKES WATERS.

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    where is kaseba sata. I think she should stop moaning now. Its enough… yes she made mistake in abanding PF… she also should have been there at hand washing day

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    Iam moved awe nalila to see these first ladies how they are walking together, this is oneness iyee mwebantu the former first ladies especially Maureen please try to talk to HH. Iyi bitterness akwata ipwe look at these women of God they way they have showed us. And Iam sure they had even lunch together wow this is it. efyo cifwile ukuba HH stop misbehaving we muntu akwendeleni pamo na Edgar. These ladies have showed you an example, our country can be a better one if these Presidents can start walking together like this. Edith Nawakwi muntu sana, Mayo wandi Edith continue with the same spirit, next President niwe. Lesa apela abaicefya. Stay blessed

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      The First Ladies did not have any problems among themselves. It is their husbands who fought against each other who had problems. Like Kaunda-Chiluba, Chiluba-Mwanawasa, Mwanawasa-Sata, Sata-Banda – these were hard fought battles.

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