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Regina Chiluba’s death sadness Govt

General News Regina Chiluba's death sadness Govt

Government has learnt with sadness the death of Mrs. Regina Chifunda Chiluba.

Mrs. Chiluba who was widow of the late Second Republican President Dr. Fredrick Chiluba died at UTH in Lusaka this on Sunday after battling with cancer.

Mrs. Chiluba was former Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) National Women’s Chairperson.

Information and Broadcasting Service and Chief Government Spokesperson Kampampa Mulenga said she worked tireless to mobilise the party at all levels.

Ms Mulega conveyed Government’s heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family on the passing on of Mrs. Chiluba.

“We ask the Lord God almighty to strengthen the bereaved family during this trying period,” she said.


  1. Go well. It is always sad to lose a Zambian we in upnd wish the family strength and healing. It is just sad that under pf people are evacuated for all sorts of ailments which were treatable under unip.

  2. sad news indeed my her soul rest in peace ……
    we are passerby on this planet earth ,,,rest in peace madam REGINA CHILUBA

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