Home Videos and Audios President Reagan Meeting with President Kaunda of Zambia on March 30, 1983 Videos and Audios President Reagan Meeting with President Kaunda of Zambia on March 30, 1983 June 27, 2017 2535 16 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Print Linkedin Email Viber [Read 146 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:Zambia’s March Inflation rate drops to 7.2 %Zambia Police block peaceful march to the South African High Commission over XenophobiaZambia Volunteers Network commends youths who attended a March against political violence650 Health Posts promised by President Sata will become a reality by March 2016-KambwiliWomen marketeers in Kitwe stage solidarity march for President Lungu Loading... RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR HH Radio Interview with Radio Christian Voice and Prime Television What Zambians are capable of Sunday Interview With Finance Minister on Budget 2020 16 COMMENTS Now LT has resorted to desperately block the Skeleton Key, why? 0 0 For almost a week,LT, why? The Skeleton Key ~206~ 0 0 Awesome, I was NOT born at this time sadly Thanks BB2014,2016 0 0 Meno meno yena kulaba ko, he will not set foot at the whitehouse. Regardless of the wrongs that KK made he was a far much better President than the ones that followed him, he also commanded more respect. 1 0 Don’t worry Mushota, you would have made no difference anyway! 0 0 Back then over 30yrs ago,as it is now ,Zambia was a poor irrelevant country while the UAE has moved from irrelevance into a very modern and globally vital nation with enviable facilities & wealth. Oh Lord ,who will save us from being a “misisi quality ” nation? 1 0 Ronald Reagan the White devil himself!! 0 1 When the Zambian presidency made sense. 1 1 Nakatambala!Kanshi?Yangu ubu tutu. 0 0 Fonko fonko…. 0 0 Those were days! 1 0 President then 1 0 The man! One of Africa’s greatest presidents! God be with you Dr. Kaunda! 0 0 Amuna! 0 0 H.E !!!….KK patali !!! LONG LIVE KK !! 1 0 Confident and bold! He mesmerized the world and the world heard when the man spoke! God bless you, Sir! 0 0 Comments are closed.