President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu arrives at Zambia's Ambassadors residence during the Zambian's  meet the Presidents dinner in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu arrives at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival  at Zambia's Ambassadors residence for the Zambian's  meet the President dinner in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence for the Zambian’s meet the President dinner in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu  with First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia's Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta  during the Zambian's  meet the Presidents dinner at the Ambassador's residence  in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu with First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at the Ambassador’s residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda, First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia's ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta during the Zambian's  meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia's Ambassadors residence in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda, First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia’s ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival  at Zambia's Ambassadors residence for the Zambian's  meet the President dinner in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence for the Zambian’s meet the President dinner in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival  at Zambia's Ambassadors residence for the Zambian's  meet the President dinner in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu being welcomed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda as former president Rupiah Banda looks on on arrival at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence for the Zambian’s meet the President dinner in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda during the Zambian's  meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia's Ambassadors residence in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda during the Zambian's  meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia's Ambassadors residence in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Lungu with former president Rupiah Banda during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Former President Rupiah Banda speaks as  President Lungu, First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia's Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta  listens  during the Zambian's  meet the President dinner at the Ambassador's residence  in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Former President Rupiah Banda speaks as President Lungu, First Lady Esther Lungu and Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta listens during the Zambian’s meet the President dinner at the Ambassador’s residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Former president Rupiah Banda speaks   during the Zambian's  meet the President dinner at the Ambassador's residence  in Addis  Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Former president Rupiah Banda speaks during the Zambian’s meet the President dinner at the Ambassador’s residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
Zambia’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Susan Sikaneta speaks during the Zambian’s meet the President dinner at the Ambassador’s residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu pose for a photograph with children during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu pose for a photograph with children during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu pose for a photograph with children during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Lungu with Former President Rupiah Banda at the Zambian mission Addis Ababa during the Zambian Night on Sunday- Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 29-01-2017
President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu pose for a photograph with children during the Zambian’s meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA
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  1. Puppet Lungu with puppeteer stroke ventriloquist Rupiah Banda during the meet the Presidents dinner at Zambia’s Ambassadors residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Monday, January 29,2017 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA

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  2. Ahhhh finished, to the bemba thieves this should be confirmation to you that eastern power MMD has taken over MMD.

    I disliked lungu but if he keeps these bemba thieves sidelined and licking his boots like Kambwili , I love the man. He has my full support….

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  3. Please call Fire Brigade, there is so much smoke coming out of Old man Sata’s tomb due to him spinning like a crankshaft…2011 you kicked out MMD due to corruption fast forward 2017 they are back in control. This is why this Lazy Bum Edgar is spending 5 days with the whole cabinet doing this…what Lubinda is doing there only god knows. we know does absolutely nothing at that ministry.

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  4. This is sickening to say the least. RB is still in charge folks – it is clear to see. He orchestrates things from all angles. There is also a host of other government officials who have no business there. I can imagine the expenditure from this sojourn.

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  5. What is the point of Lungu carrying along RB to Addis. Appears Lungu is insecure on his own to be told off by old guards of AU. RB can pacify the apprehensions.

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  6. RB Chikawlala.. I wonder wtf he is therefore …he shud be in the cage . Cowboy jobs and the real Africa .

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  7. RB was better that Lungu even though we discovered that he was a thief. He left Zambia in better shape than the way PF under Lungu has subjected Zambia to. Blood shed is the order of the day under PF

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  8. At least Lungu is being honest and showing off to the world where his loyalty lies (with RB)

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  9. The pics are good and shows coeistence after state house which other African leaders can learn from Zambia.

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  10. The pics are good and shows coexistence after state house which other African leaders can learn from Zambia.

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  11. RB is still ruling Zambia.He is the most corrupt President of Zambia and very selfish man. How much does he want to steal from the Zambians? It seems he didn’t steal enough for three years he was in power. ECL is a puppet President no say to Banda everything is yes Bwana, no wonder we are facing all these problems because of selfish Banda. He went and put a cousin Essau Chulu ECZ so that they could steal votes. Banda you shall gnash your teeth one day nothing stays forever.

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  12. Guys. You’re too emotional. Get you facts right. During RBs rule zambia was doing very fine. That is why RB is one of the most respected former president in Africa.Zambia had 6billion dollars in reserve. Individual zambians where doing fine in business. I’m very glad to see rb . During his time I was able to do my small business.
    By the way he is one of the few presidents who chartered a plane to fly back zambian from Libya.

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  13. Lungu is not as stupid as he looks. Against all odds he defeated more established names to become PF candidate to succeed MCS. Against all odds, he defeated a more seasoned campaigner (HH) to become Zambian President, and against all odds, he retained that seat when HH should have easily won, given the state of the Zambian economy. He stole the election? Maybe, but HH also stole whereever he could, thats what politicians do. So we could say, he out-stole HH. Simply put, he is more successful at achieving political goals than HH.

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