President Edgar Lungu shake hand with the War Veteran 94 years old Arron Katongo during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu shake hand with the War Veteran 94 years old Arron Katongo during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu speaks to Secretary to Cabinet Rowland Msiska during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu speaks to Secretary to Cabinet Rowland Msiska during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu shake hand with Southern Province Minister Edify Hamukali during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu shake hand with Southern Province Minister Edify Hamukali during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu speaking to her ladyship Chief Justice Irene Mambilima and Speaker of National Assembly Patrick Matibini during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu speaking to her ladyship Chief Justice Irene Mambilima and Speaker of National Assembly Patrick Matibini during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with his daughter Tasila Lungu councilor whilst other Councillors having a light moment during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with his daughter Tasila Lungu councilor whilst other Councillors having a light moment during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
War Veterans Edward Lungu 88 years old, Simon Simwiinga 92 years old (C) and Jaston Khosa 92 years Old following the proceedings during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
War Veterans Edward Lungu 88 years old, Simon Simwiinga 92 years old (C) and Jaston Khosa 92 years Old following the proceedings during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
War Veterans following the proceedings during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
War Veterans following the proceedings during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
-President Edgar Lungu laying wreaths during the Remembrance Day at the National Cenotaph yesterday 13-11-2016. Picture by ROYD SIBAJENE/ZANIS
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    • Scammers everywhere!
      Zambians should take Education, especially Science and Technology, seriously.

      Religion remains a personal issue and will never develop Zambia

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  1. How can you, on an important post, of our galant soldiers that wrestled our land back from intelloopers; be posting nonsense. When the put Kambwili, HH, GBM and other PF UPND chalartans, then post. Here respect the real heroes.

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  2. How can you, on an important post, of our galant soldiers that wrestled our land back from intelloopers; be posting nonsense. When the put Kambwili, HH, GBM and other PF UPND chalartans, then post. Here respect the real heroes. May God bless them, Zambia and you also PF and UPND squabblers.

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  3. The Commonwealth office should do more to assist in one way or another ex service men that fought under the British Crown in the second world war and those that died in the first world war should be honoured post humously.

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  4. Nzelu, the 11th is to commemorate those who fought in the world wars. Zambian soldiers acquitted themselves very well in the Second World War. It’s why some of our barracks have foreign names: Arakan is named after a battle in Burma and Tug Argan after one in Somaliland. It is good to see that the contribution made by Zambia to defeating Nazism and Fascism is still remembered by some but sad that so many Zambians are ignorant of their country’s history. It is also sad that it has been turned into another politicised event rather than one in which we reflect on the past, our values and place in the world.

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