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Alba Iulia
Thursday, October 22, 2020

Pictures of the week

Photo Gallery Pictures of the week

A student of engineering software at the Information and
Communications University (ICU) Billy Munyenyembe demonstrates to
acting Higher education minister Sylvia Chalikosa how to operate an
electronic ARVs dispenser  which he believes can reduce stigma faced
by those that line up to collect ARVs at clinics and ART centres

First Lady Esther Lungu welcomed by  Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Youming  on arrival at Lusaka National Museum for the reception with show performance to mark the return  and Departure of Zambian Students under the Chinese Government Scholarships

Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Programme Coordinator Mildred Chuumbwe chats with Margrete Bwali (l) of chawama whilst Pastor Ceaser Mwanza (r) looks on during the handover of hampers in chawama

.Esther Lungu Foundation Trust trustee Bernadette Deko and Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Programme Coordinator Mildred Chuumbwe helps Francine Phiri to seat on thewheel chair during the handover of the wheel chair to her  in Chawama compound

Esther Lungu Foundation Trust trustee Bernadette Deko (in blue) hug Francine Phiri whilst Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Programme Coordinator Mildred Chuumbwe looks on in Chawama compound

Esther Lungu Foundation Trust trustee Bernadette Deko having a light moment with a beneficially of the wheel chair from the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Francine Phiri whilst her Father Frank Phiri looks on in Chawama compound

Esther Lungu Foundation Trust trustee Bernadette Deko having a light moment with a beneficially of the wheel chair from the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Francine Phiri whilst her Father Frank Phiri looks on in Chawama compound

First Lady Esther Lungu being welcomed by Mirriam Mukandi, a family member of late Dr Joseph Kasonde when she arrived at the house of mourning of the former Health Minister 

First Lady Esther Lungu being seen-off by Charity Nakazwe (in a pink top), a family member of late Dr Joseph Kasonde, Minister in the office of the Vice-President Sylvia Chalikosa and Lands minister Jean Kapata after she visited the house of mourning of the former Minister of Health 

First Lady Esther Lungu with late Dr Joseph Kasonde’s widow Mary Kasonde at the house of mourning of the former Minister of Health

16 COMMENTS

    • Good work where and what is impressive?
      The only thing was shedding tears at funeral, she looked like she used to be 3years ago.

    • The young girl needs professional treatment NOT a wheel-chair.

      She urgently needs Physiotherapy for her CELEBRAL PALSY.

  1. Thanks Esther although you have been a let down first lady who had failed to advise your husband over the evils he has committed to the opposition; hope your Foundation will continue after Lungu leaves office; but I doubt if it will; Condolences to the Kasonde family;

  2. All previous first ladies foundations have gone to sleep or died once they exited from state house and this one too will go to sleep or die

    • These are foundations that are NOT built on solid foundations. They are unsustainable because they “give people fish instead of teaching them to fish”.

    • They masquerade as charities but are essentially tuntemba fye for the president’s wife to also benefit from state money. That’s why they don’t last after their husbands leave office. But Zambians are used to being suckered so this isn’t something to worry about. This one will definitely fade away as soon lungu vacates office and the next first lady will immediately start another charity that will commence the milking of money from the state.

    • The foundation never dies. It is inherited by the current First Lady under a different name and priorities. Funding comes from the same pocket. Only hands differ.

  3. So what we are saying is that these so called “First Lady’s” foundations are obvious with no doubt based on government coffers tee! It is a shame that they all end up once their hubbies leave state house, maybe they are also based on governance terms.

    • The foundation never dies. It is inherited by the current First Lady under a different name and priorities. Funding comes from the same pocket. Only hands differ.

  4. Did you ever see Maureen shedding tears at any funeral house. Ma diva balya. Awe Mayo ba Esther mwalosha mwe!!!

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