Salome Kapwepwe’s Funeral in Pictures

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President Edgar Lungu greets Zambian National Service Commandant Nathan Mulenga at City Aiport on his way to Chinsali District to attend the burial of the late freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu greets Zambian National Service Commandant Nathan Mulenga at City Aiport on his way to Chinsali District to attend the burial of the late freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu greets Livestock and Fisheries Minister Micheal Katambo at City Airport on his way to Chinsali District to attend the burial of the late freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu greets Livestock and Fisheries Minister Micheal Katambo at City Airport on his way to Chinsali District to attend the burial of the late freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu (centre) with part of his entourage arriving at the Kasebo farm burial site where former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe was buried during the burial ceremony in Chinsali . Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu (centre) with part of his entourage arriving at the Kasebo farm burial site where former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe was buried during the burial ceremony in Chinsali . Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
resident Edgar Lungu with Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda at Kapwepwe funeral
resident Edgar Lungu with Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda at Kapwepwe funeral
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
Part of the mourners that turned out to mourn the late former freedom fighter mama Salome Kapwepwe following the proceedings of the burial activities in chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
Part of the mourners that turned out to mourn the late former freedom fighter mama Salome Kapwepwe following the proceedings of the burial activities in chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
Pall Bearers carrying the casket of former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe during the burial ceremony in Chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
Pall Bearers carrying the casket of former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe during the burial ceremony in Chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu , Dr Kaunda and Mr Rupiah Banda Mourns Mrs Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu laying a wreath at the grave of former freedom fighter Ms Salome Kapwepwe at Kasebo farm in Chinsali.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu laying a wreath at the grave of former freedom fighter Ms Salome Kapwepwe at Kasebo farm in Chinsali.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS.
Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
Dr Kenneth Kaunda with Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
Dr Kenneth Kaunda with Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
Dr Kaunda with Chileshe Kapwepwe
Dr Kaunda with Chileshe Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu viewing the body of  late  former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe in Chinsali. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA /ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu viewing the body of late former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe in Chinsali. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA /ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
President Edgar Lungu with Bishop Mwansa Kapwepwe
resident Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
resident Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children
President Edgar Lungu with former presidents DR Kenneth Kaunda and Rupiah Banda singing hymn during the funeral  church service of former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe in Chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu with former presidents DR Kenneth Kaunda and Rupiah Banda singing hymn during the funeral church service of former freedom fighter Salome Kapwepwe in Chinsali district. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA / ZANIS.

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    • +21
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      The headline is misleading. This is not ‘Salome Kapwepwe’s Funeral in Pictures’ as you have put it but ‘ECL, KK and RB in Pictures’. That’s the appropriate heading for these pictures as they are the ones covered in the pictures.

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      In Zambia just change your air name to Kapwepwe and you will have a the best parastatal position. Did Mr Kapwepwe fight running battles with the white colonists or he was just a rhetoric independence fighter champion? I am changing my sir Nameooooh like the Nigerians would say.

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      KK just went to mock the Kapwepwe’s. He systematically contributed to the death of Mr. Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe in the 1970’s. He had him imprisoned to no reason, made his life difficult and unbearable. Kaunda is a devil who will account for his sins one day

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    There seems to be more KK photos than the funeral itself l wonder why. Hope, very soon, there shall be even more photos of the Kapwepwe family at KK’s funeral. Ati what goes round comes round, twaleyeba ati tatwakakote…

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    @ 2 You must be a TONGA retard. I WONDER what LUNGU was telling the kapwepwe Children? Promising JOBS in Government?

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      I wonder why LT still have you here.

      You are obnoxiously offensive and out of context.

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    Mwansa Kapwepwe really is the father’s look alike. Reminds me of the Late Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe, the fire brand before he was betrayed by KK.

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    ‘resident’ Edgar Lungu with Kapwepwe Children. Ba LT sure can’t you edit some of the captions!

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    Why should Davies Mwila walk on the red carpet with the Presido and not ba Kaunda or RB? Mwila should learn to humble himself!

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    Where was our only opposition???? were they represented by RB??? Ba KK teti bekale fye ku nganda!!!!

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    ati children of……. These are nchembeles and madalas. If it was football, they would play in the under 50 national team. Just call them the Kapwepwe family

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    Peter Njobvu, those nchembeles are the children of the late Salome Kapwepwe! What is wrong with some of you?

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    It is sad we would reduce ourselves to mock the kapwepwe’s they have unlike other children of freedom fighters made a difference and lived fairly reasonable lives, the differences of parents need not divide the children’s thoughts

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    LT, Please show some respect to former President Rupiah Banda. At least refer to him as former President Rupiah Banda. The last photo simply says Rupiah Banda.

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    You little uneducated, ill-informed spoiled bastards, stop throwing stones at leadership from the perch of your vulnarable glass houses. Mrs Kapwepwe was truly honored in her farewell journey by their presence. For once leave your vernomous hate behind and focus on the solemn occassion of national grief. You can pick up your monkey politics later. Forgive us mother for the unnecessary childish behaviour as we wish you well on your new journey and share the anguish of family loss. God bless the Kapwepwe family.

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