President Lungu and his Botswana counterpart Dr. Ian Khama having a light moment shortly after his arrival at Kasane airport for a two day working visit
President Lungu and his Botswana counterpart Dr. Ian Khama having a light moment shortly after his arrival at Kasane airport for a two day working visit

President Lungu has arrived in Kasane, Botswana, for a two day working visit. The presidential Challenger plane touched down at Kasane airport at 15.27 hours.

President Lungu was received by his Botswana counterpart Ian Khama.

The president was immediately driven to Chobe Game Lodge located in the Chobe National Park, about 45 minute drive from Kasane town.

The president who is in Botswana for the Kazungula bridge project site visit is this evening expected to attend a dinner hosted in his honour by President Khama

Tomorrow morning, the President will depart for Mowana Safari Lodge where he and his Botswana counterpart will receive briefings on the Kazungula bridge project before proceeding on the project site visit on both the Zambian and Botswana sides.

The Korean contractor, Daewoo Engineering and construction company is undertaking the project that is expected to gobble 161 million US dollars.

Botswana President Dr. Ian Khama introducing his Minister of transport Mr. Kitso Mokaila to President Edgar Lungu shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
Botswana President Dr. Ian Khama introducing his Minister of transport Mr. Kitso Mokaila to President Edgar Lungu shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
Matsosangwao traditional arts group welcomes President Edgar lungu (l) flanked by Botswana President Dr. Ian Khama shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
Matsosangwao traditional arts group welcomes President Edgar lungu (l) flanked by Botswana President Dr. Ian Khama shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
President Edgar Lungu joins in Matsosangwao traditional arts group as Botswana President Ian Khama (r) looks on shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
President Edgar Lungu joins in Matsosangwao traditional arts group
as Botswana President Ian Khama (r) looks on shortly after his
arrival at Kasane Airport
President Edgar Lungu joins in Matsosangwao traditional arts group as Botswana President Ian Khama (r) looks on shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
President Edgar Lungu joins in Matsosangwao traditional arts group as Botswana President Ian Khama (r) looks on shortly after his arrival at Kasane Airport
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    • kkikikikikiki Edgar Edgar Edgar I knew is that he will dance.
      But this time went too much by holding tight to a half naked Kalahari lady.

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    • He told his Chawama wife Ester that he was going to be in the bush and she should remain at home ruining her Foundation ..it party time for Lungu.
      His colleague has never visited Zambia as he is too buy working to keeping his country a shining success it is in Southern Africa.

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    • @Ndobo I know you have land phone number ya Bana Dalitso, please I beg don’t explain how Eddie is appreciating dancing of the 30 year olds. Umwana ashenda tata!

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  1. IT’S NICE TO DANCE. IT’S NICE TO BE HAPPY. BOTH ACTIVITIES MAKE YOU LAUGHT AND HEALTHY. BEING BITTER AND HATEFUL MAKE YOU UN HAPPY, SAD AND UN HEALTHY. THAT’S ANOTHER THING ILIKE ABOUT ECL AND THE LATE MCS. KEEP IT UP.

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    • Another stupid comment from a PF apologist. When did you last dance yourself? He is dancing all the way to the bank, yet lots of poor Zambians have nothing to laugh about. Steeped in poverty and non functional health facilities, you have the gall to talk about happiness and laughter. By your flag you have a lot to laugh about but that is not the case with some Zambians who don’t know where there next meal is going to come from. Injustice creates bitterness and hate, that is the story of the world, and yes it catches up with those who believe its business as usual. Even Sata never danced all over the place, as tribalist as he was, he at least showed maturity.

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    • Lungu can clown and dance as much as he wants but not when he is President. He is demeaning the office and reducing its dignity. It shows lack of seriousness. If this is Zambian tradition, I am not part of it.

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  2. I recommend that lungu uses mazhandu buses whenever he travels in the region. I will pay for his tickets

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  3. Ba Up and Down will die with envy. What is wrong with a small dance when people are dancing for you? We always do that, especially in communities and peolle appreciate that. I am proud of this man. Some of you will just die with majelasi.

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    • You need to realise that Zambia is multicultural. Just because your culture allows your chiefs and leaders to clown around in public does not mean that everybody’s culture is like that. It is just a reflection of where you come from and how you were brought up.

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  4. There is Lazy doing what he excels at dancing on the airport tarmac…2 days holiday to visit a construction project…Lazy Lungu!!

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  5. So sad reading the comments from the United Dunderhead bloggers only wishing evil and fulll of hatred. Wishing death on others is the only relief they get, only those that worship Lu.cifer such as Nez (New Evil Zombie) and co can behave in such a manner. How can you claim to belong to a group that is Christian and yet say and wish death on others. Some of us have called them Dunderheads and Bloodthirsty animals because that is wht they are just read their comments, but we have never wished death on their Hungry Hyena crooked thief boss of theirs because that is just being evil! Let them continue with their evil ways- God will continue to judge these Blood thirsty animals harshly.

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    • “…God will continue to judge these Blood thirsty animals harshly…”

      Which ones? The ones which use fire-arms indiscriminately? Or the ones which are at the receiving end of fire?

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    • @Fake ECL that includes you the ones that were calling for violence shortly after your loss in elections declared free and fair by every monitoring body both local and international. You the ones that celebrated when non UPND members in Namwala and other United Dunderhead strongholds were attacked and almost killed had it not been for the swift intervention of ZP. You are such a Dunderhead you can’t even read what your Dunderhead friends have posted above wishing death on a legally elected Head of State! You think you are clever but anyone can tell you lot are just evil twisted sa.tan.ic blood thirsty animals-wishing death on someone you call that what? You 1mbecile.

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  6. Based on Constitutionalism Presidents Khama,Zuma and Magufuli have recognised President Adama Barrow of Gambia. Ecowas and AU have done the same thing. In Zambia President Lungu stole Elections and went ahead to illegally and unconstitutionally inaugurate himself in power. The AU does not consider President Lungu to be democratically,lawfully and Constitutionally elected. Does SADC,Presidents Khama,Zuma and Magufuli recognise President Lungu even though the Petition has not been heard,determined and a Winner declared by the Court? These are Double Standards on the part of Zuma,Khama and Magufuli. SADC needs an ECOWAS solution to the Election Dispute. Bravo to Ecowas and Shame…Shame on SADC and in particular Presidents Zuma,Khama and Magufuli.

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  7. Wow wow please please. Godly counsel.each one is entitled to his opinion over certain things and we should respect that is called maturity.how our opinions needs to be morally balanced facts of life..eg a well researched opinion is usually constructive and will build others. Let love be in our hearts rather than hate

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