President Lungu at SADC Meeting in Pictures

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President LUngu arrive in Swaziland
President LUngu arrive in Swaziland

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President Lungu arrive in Swaziland
President Lungu arrive in Swaziland

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President Lungu arrive in Swaziland
President Lungu arrive in Swaziland

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President Edgar Lungu being Welcomed by Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland

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President Edgar Lungu being Welcomed by Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland

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President Edgar Lungu being Welcomed by Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland
President Edgar Lungu being Welcomed by Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers
President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancer
President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancer

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers

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President Edgar Lungu with Senator Winnie Magaqula minister of Labour and Social Security in Swaziland Watch Traditional dancers

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President Edgar Lungu arrive at SADC Summit
President Edgar Lungu arrive at SADC Summit

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President EDgar Lungu arrive at SADC Summit being welcomed by Mr Mphiwa Dlamini Kings Protocal Officer- Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President EDgar Lungu arrive at SADC Summit being welcomed by Mr Mphiwa Dlamini Kings Protocal Officer- Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President Edgar Lungu at the SADC Summit
President Edgar Lungu at the SADC Summit

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President Edgar Lungu at the SADC Summit at the SADC
President Edgar Lungu at the SADC Summit

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SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit
SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit

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SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit
SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit

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SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit
SADC Chairman His Majesty King Mswati 111at the Opening Session of SADC Summit

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President Lungu at the SADC Summit
President Lungu at the SADC Summit

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President Lungu with Namibian President at the  SADC Summitt
President Lungu with Namibian President at the SADC Summitt

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Namibia, Zimbabwe and Swaziland Leaders at SADC Summit
Namibia, Zimbabwe and Swaziland Leaders at SADC Summit

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Namibia, Zimbabwe and Swaziland Leaders at SADC

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President Robert Mugabe at the SADC Summit
President Robert Mugabe at the SADC Summit

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President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland
President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland

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President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland

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President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland
President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland

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President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland
President Lungu with President Zuma at the SADC Summit In Swaziland

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SADC leaders take group Photo
SADC leaders take group Photo

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SADC leaders take group Photo
SADC leaders take group Photo

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SADC leaders take group Photo
SADC leaders take group Photo

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SADC leaders take group Photo
SADC leaders take group Photo

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SADC leaders take group Photo
SADC leaders take group Photo

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President Edgar Lungu leaves King Mswati111 international airport for Lusaka Pictures Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President Edgar Lungu leaves King Mswati111 international airport for Lusaka Pictures Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President Edgar Lungu leaves King Mswati III international airport for Lusaka . Pictures Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President Edgar Lungu leaves King Mswati III international airport for Lusaka Pictures Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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President Edgar Lungu Greets Ambassador Tembo at King Mswati III international airport for Lusaka
President Edgar Lungu Greets Ambassador Tembo at King Mswati III international airport for Lusaka

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President Edgar Lungu Leaves King Mswati111 international airport for Lusaka Pictures Eddie Mwanaleza/Statehouse 18-03-2017

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    I’m just hoping that today we won’t be subjected to comments about Edgar’s perceived humbleness. That aside – i can imagine the stench from the armpits of those gentlemen!

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      People are not interested in Edgar in more.
      Did you see many comments on HH, just for saying something about the deteriorating parliament?

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      LT, it is King Mswati the third (III) not the one hundred and eleventh (111). Mswati was once a fit man but now he is a flabby man who has failed to rule his appetite, but wants to rule people.

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      Interesting
      1) Our President being welcomed at the airport by a minister of Labour and Social Security
      2) Picture 22, United Republic of Tanzania, why ECL is behind “ka” Zambia. No respect at all

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    1) IMWE SURE! How old is uncle Bob?

    2) Has too much sex has finally caught up with the king… baby skin starting to appear now!

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    We have seen the Pictures but what did SADC say about Zambia’s 2016 Elections? SADC knows the Elections were Disputed and Petitioned. Did SADC say UPND had no Right to Petition the Election Results even though they were allegedly stolen by Lungu? Did SADC tell Lungu that the Petition is dead and should not be heard in the Zambian Courts? Lungu should tell the Nation what SADC resolved on the Petition. Was Lungu told by SADC Not to bother allowing his controlled Courts to Hear the Petition?Lungu should tell the Nation if SADC commended him for holding a Disputed and Petitioned Election in 2016? We will soon find out anyway.

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    Why are PF Bloggers quiet and not celebrating these Pictures of Lungu with SADC Heads of State? Why don’t they tell the Nation that these Pictures confirm that Lungu has been recognised by SADC Leaders as the Legitimate President of Zambia and that HH and his mischievous Petition can go to hell. Perhaps they can tell us that the UPND Petition is now aTaboo and should not be talked about. PF should publish a letter from SADC to HH telling him to withdraw the Petition from the Court and focus on the 2021 Elections? SADC should advise HH that his Petition is now a closed matter. PF Cadres should celebrate their Victory at the recent Summit in Swaziland. PF Cadres are quiet maybe becoz they are mourning the death of a ZAF Officer killed in Woodlands Police Cells Yesterday. Where is the…

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      Zambian elections were held and ended last year. Nobody except you and your like talk about them.

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      Just what do we have to see here? Only a third or less of the total pictures presented here would have sufficed than the repetitions we get treated to each time LT shows Lungu “in pictures” just because in one the president is smiling and the next he is not! Waste of space!

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    @Chief Dungu.SADC may be a “Toothless Bulldog” but can they Dismiss the need for a Petition Hearing? Can SADC commend Lungu for holding a Disputed and Petitioned Election? SADC surely must have recommended a way Forward on the unheard Petition. Either the Petition should be dismissed outright or a Time Frame is agreed within which the Petition should be heard and disposed off. As useless as SADC might be I don’t think SADC can say that the Petition should not be heard when the Zambian Constitution provides for it and there should not be any inauguration of the President Elect without hearing the Petition and a Concourt declaration of a Winner. Lungu committed too many illegalities and irregularities for SADC to ignore the need for Hearing the Petition. SADC cannot encourage Lungu to…

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    A great sign of weakness is the ability of a man to accept defeat when he is defeated. HH and his team bragged before elections that they would win flat out, those who supported him said with confidence that they would win and be announced as winners. That however did not happen so the only way that they can maintain their relevance is to blame the tools. If indeed HH, and the UPND had won like it was for Sata in 2011 or FTJ in 1991, he would not have tp fight for technical errors to prove he won, it would have been evident . Whatever he is doing we saw it in 2008 with Sata so there is nothing new and as at now he should be ignored and viewed as a potential future president who needs to find something to cline on and maintain his relevance.

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    A great sign of weakness is the inability of a man to accept defeat when he is defeated. HH and his team bragged before elections that they would win flat out, those who supported him said with confidence that they would win and be announced as winners. That however did not happen so the only way that they can maintain their relevance is to blame the tools. If indeed HH, and the UPND had won like it was for Sata in 2011 or FTJ in 1991, he would not have to fight for technical errors to prove he won, it would have been evident . Whatever he is doing we saw it in 2008 with Sata so there is nothing new and as at now he should be ignored and viewed as a potential future president who needs to find something to cline on and maintain his relevance.

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    More successful International Relations. Keeping up and maintaining good relations with our neighbors.

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    imwe..big airports are vital in any economy…what if u decide to host big events?? do u want others to land in Malawi and cycle to Lusaka via Chipata?? benifye bwino bane…

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    Mswati has invested in women and not the country’s much needed infrastructure hence that small airport…

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