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President Lungu in Pretoria for SADC Troika summit

General News President Lungu in Pretoria for SADC Troika summit

President Edgar Lungu being welcomed at State house in Pretoria South Africa by President Jacob Zuma before they held official talks with the SADC Chairperson on Saturday 16-09-2017- Pictures By Eddie Mwanaleza/State house.
President Edgar Lungu being welcomed at State house in Pretoria South Africa by President Jacob Zuma before they held official talks with the SADC Chairperson on Saturday 16-09-2017- Pictures By Eddie Mwanaleza/State house.

 

President Edgar Lungu this morning left for Pretoria, South Africa to attend a SADC double Troika summit.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Harry Kalaba has confirmed the development to journalists at a media briefing in Lusaka today.

The summit follows a fact-finding mission to Lesotho which was undertaken by the ministerial organ on the 7th of September 2017, following the killing of Chief of Defence General Khoantle Motsomotso.

Mr Kalaba said the summit will be preceded by a meeting of ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defence.

He said summit will consider the report of the Troika organ and make recommendations on how to advance and consolidate peace in Lesotho.

President Edgar Lungu Meets President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Saturday for Private talks

President Edgar Lungu Meets President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Saturday for Private talks

President Edgar Lungu Meets President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Saturday for Private talks

President Edgar Lungu Meets President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Saturday for Private talks

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Jonathan seems to have no time to stay at home,, one day is in sex.y Swaziland, next day discussing r.ape plans with zuma,, the other day dancing dununa reverse in New York,, damn!!

    • Kev Munde

      Lungu needs to man up and answer the allegations of corruption by him and his gang….fleeing at any opportunity won’t stop the allegations and his admission of guilt by his silence is putting the nation in a difficult situation….

  2. @2 Spaka like lilo, so is your comment a subtle way of confirming that you now recognise The President, Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu? I mean you and you on behalf of other UPN.Donkeys?
    Yaba, kwena bu Donkey ni nchito!!

    • Without the petition there is no recognition, or at least before the dilouge talks…..with all the corruption allegations against him lungu it seems has to flee….

  3. Apapene futi mwebantu. Yangu. We need to amend the constitution to include the maximum number of trips the president should take.

  4. These endlessly and completely useless trips were engineered by Rupiah Banda and Sata added a medical tourism to the wasteful cancer! Now this Jonathan bum is taking bu kamwendo munjila to a disgusting level! Within a month, he has been to SA twice, Swaziland twice and Rwanda. Just when does he have time to govern that country?

  5. And these trips to the UN, you would recall Sata fainting in his hotel room from his AIDS ailments consequently failing to address the UN general assembly! With Jonathan and his fits, you should not be surprised to see him fainting on the podium. And lekeni manje bachite blame jet lag, bafika’la

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