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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Funeral of Former Health Minister Dr Kasonde in pictures

Photo Gallery Funeral of Former Health Minister Dr Kasonde in pictures

Dr Kasonde’s family

PF members of Central Committee during burial of former Health Minister Late Dr Joseph Kasonde at memorial Park

Fr Charles Chilinda (R) laying a wreath at former Health Minister Late Dr Joseph Kasonde’s grave during burial at memorial Park

Pallbearers at former Health Minister Late Dr Joseph Kasonde’s grave during burial at memorial Park

Health Minister Dr Chitalu Chilufya hands over a Zambian Flag to former Health Minister Late Dr Joseph Kasonde’s widow Mary during burial at memorial Park

President Edgar Lungu and First lady Esther Lungu during the funeral of former Health Minister Dr Joseph Kasonde

Zambia army carrying the casket of former Health Minister Joseph Kasonde

Former First lady Christine Kaseba-Sata paying last respect to former Health Minister Dr. Joseph Kasonde in Lusaka

16 COMMENTS

    • There are so many reasons that can make them attend. So many!!
      Just reflect and you may surely come with one or two.

      R.IP. Dr.

    • The question about priests not going to cemeteries most of the time is actually relevant. I have seen it happen many times. They have rituals on this practice like our Zambian chiefs do and I do not know why.

      Charles Chilinda also went to put to rest John B Mwalula at his farm earlier this year but he was not the priest who did the mass at the same church. The issue may appear trivial but there is a lot we could learn here …

    • The question about priests not going to cemeteries most of the time is actually relevant. I have seen it happen many times. They have rituals on this practice like our Zambian chiefs do and I do not know why.

      Charles Chilinda also went to put to rest John B Mwalula at his farm earlier this year but he was not the priest who did the mass at the same church. The issue may appear trivial but there is a lot we could learn here …

    • Pompi nabekuta balilaba ati tuchula nensala.I hope they take him when they are campaigning and telling us that they are pro poor.

    • PF fellows are kaponyas no curtsey. No manners and etiquette. Am just imagining how he sits in his private office. Can’t he learn from Hon Chikwanda sitted far second left. How do you expect a leader who cannot even seat properly in public to run the affairs of the country well.

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