Pictures of First Lady Esther Lungu at the Starkey Hearing Foundation 17th Annual So the World May Hear Awards in Minnesota, USA

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First Lady Esther Lungu with Starkey Hearing Foundation Co-Founder Tani Austin  shortly before the Panel of Discussion at Starkey Hearing Foundation in Minnesota, USA
First Lady Esther Lungu in a meeting with Zambia’s Charge’ d’affaires in Washington D.C. Joseph Chilaizya and Starkey Hearing Foundation-Zambia  Executive Director  Dr Alfred Mwamba at Marriott Hotel in Minnesota, USA
L-R: Former President of America George Bush’s daughter Barbara, First Lady Esther Lungu, Starkey Hearing Foundation Co-Founder Tani Austin,First Lady of Co-operative Republic of Guyana Sandra Granger, International Federation for Peace and Sustainable Development Co-founder Sally Kader and Jamaica’s minister of Labour and social Security during the panel of Discussion at Starkey Hearing Foundation Headquarters
Australia based Zambian musician Portia Clark on stage at St Paul River Center  during the 17th Annual So the World May Hear Awars Gala in Minnesota
First Lady Esther Lungu  welcomed by Starkey Hearing Foundation Co-Founder Tani Ausin  on arrival at the 17th Annual So the World May Hear Awards Gala
.First Lady Esther Lungu with Starkey Hearing Foundation Founder  Bill Austin during a tour of Starkey Hearing Centre of Excellency
First Lady Esther Lungu with First Lady of Co-operative Republic of Guyana Sandra Granger during the panel of Discussion at Starkey Hearing Foundation Headquarters
First Lady Esther Lungu with Starkey Hearing Foundation Founder  Bill Austin during a tour of Starkey Hearing Centre of Excellency
First Lady Esther Lungu with President’s of People living in Minnesota Exilda Siame  and a Committee  member Lucas Phriri during a meeting at Marriot Hotel
First Lady Esther Lungu with Starkey Hearing Foundation Founder  Bill Austin during a tour of Starkey Hearing Centre of Excellency
First Lady Esther Lungu with Starkey Hearing Foundation-Zambia Executive Director Dr Alfred Mwamba (r) and his wife Sheeba (second from right) and Zambian Students
First Lady Esther Lungu with First Lady of Co-operative Republic of Guyana Sandra Granger during the panel of Discussion at Starkey Hearing Foundation Headquarters
First Lady Esther Lungu being decorated by Starkey Hearing Foundation  Co-founder Tani Austin at St Paul River Center where she received a humanitarian award 

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    Ni Zee Maningi!!! Beautiful pictures. We are all proud of you ba First Lady. Keep up the good works!

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      Perfect fit in the role of First Lady and Mother of our nation. She has the candor, temperament and love of Zambia at heart. What a vacious woman she is. A pillar of strength to the weak in society.

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      Senior Citizen–What does “vacious” mean? Is it a new adjective? If you meant “vacuous”, think about it.

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    Good to see Exhilda Siame. She is a Kopala from Kitwe and was a reporter for Times of Zambia. Former wife to Zagalo ( Zacks) Mwila.

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    She has found her stride. Much to be admired for being able to get on with her role. Every Zambian should be proud of her.

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    The only difference between Vera Tembo, Maureen Mwanawasa, Thandiwe Banda, Christine Kaseba and the Chawama Old Hen is there is a limitless supply of un-audited taxpayers funds and donations from bidding contractors looking for GRZ contracts.

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      @Jay Jay, Chikubabe season is still on! I just imagine the pain that you are going through seeing a “chawama hen” and her husband from Chimwemewe-Kamitondo in plot 1. Ngati chakubaba maningi, please go and embrace an acacia tree (mutengo wa minga), maybe after crying a few drops of blood you’ll feel a bit better.

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    Congrats and thumbs High to the First Lady for this, we need an ENT in Zambia. Starkey has been my life aver since I started using hearing aids and I really feel sorry for others who could not afford to travel abroad to get the AIDS and batteries. I had to travel to the UK, Australia and South Africa for mine, and they cost in Aron’s £2,500 for one made in the UK and $2,000 for one each, for those made in South Africa. It’s a pity that the majority of Zambian don’t appreciate this. And mine were vandalized by saboteurs and I am demanding that they be replaced from where I bought them. Indeed development could be coming to Zambia, with an ENT in the Health sector. Nothing lights up my heart other than walking into the ENT. I even dreamt being in The USA ENT, after watching the n news…

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