President Edgar Lungu gives his speech at the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
President Edgar Lungu at the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
The Defence and Security choir perform during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
President Edgar Lungu, Presidential Affairs Minister, Freedom Sikazwe (right) and Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga (left) could not resist joining in on the dancing during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Worshippers join in song during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe
Home Affairs Minister, Steven Kampyongo and Southern Province Minister, Dr. Edify Hamukale (with flag) join the Defence and Security choir in singing and dancing during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Secretary to the Cabinet, Roland Msiska (right) and Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga (left)  join in prayer and worship during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
President Edgar Lungu bows as he is prayed for during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Children join in dancing during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Worshippers join in dancing during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Reuben performs at the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium
Mt. Sinai Choir members perform at the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.
Worshippers join in dancing during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.
Kings Malembe Malembe performs at the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.
President Edgar Lungu joins in prayer and worship during the National Day of Prayer, Fasting, Repentance and Reconciliation at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe

 

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    • Fasting for only ONE DAY in a whole year? These FAT, FAT politicians need to stop stealing our money and go on a LONG TERM DIET to lose some weight!

      Maybe eating the same food as poor Zambians for a few months would help.

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  1. So what did the Prayers achieve? Did idolising ECL legitimize him in the face all Zambians? How does this feed into the Commonwealth mediated Dialogue and how does it solve the Petition Hearing Problem. Prayers without purpose and action are Futile. Prof Gambari should speed up the Dialogue Process. The Dialogue should be concluded b4 the end o f the Year .Period.

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    • Ba Zulu am not PF, but when it comes to prayers its better to keep quite you wont loose anything. let those who thinking they can use God thinking they can have favor alone, for God cannot be bought he shall deal with them dearly.

      sikazwethegreat

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  2. I feel sorry for Roland Msiska. He knows very well that God is not pleased with that kind of worship, strange fire worship. Yet he is there to please his master. Rolland, fear God and not man.

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  3. I feel sorry for Roland Msiska. He knows very well that God is not pleased with that kind of worship, strange fire worship. Yet he is there to please his master. Rolland, fear God and not man.

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  4. It is distressing to see photos of fat adults (ministers) dancing while skinny kids look on in abject misery. How do these people sleep at night? You can smell the poverty on those kid’s bodies. Just look at the clothes they are wearing and the polished shoes of ministers! Shame on Zambia Christians! God will punish you! AMEN

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    • @Maximus Gluteus. you are always spot on. it tells the paradoxical nature of Christianity. the religion has been hijacked, it advances agenda of self-seeking and personal gains. The present crop of Zambian politicians are a people without shame. Without shame, they are stealing then dancing and smiling while looking at the depressed faces of children.

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    • Spot on! An African will take as gospel truth whatever he is told without interrogations, we are taught what to think and not how to think.

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  5. Freedom Sikazwe is the new Mainza Chona. The man grinned *****ically and laughed at everything, showing all his teeth in the presence of Wamuyayaya (KK). Chona gave birth to bootzlicking. Freedom is an offspring. Shemuna! Shame.

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  6. Prayer is good for every nation and people should be encouraged to pray , even leaders need to pray and humble themselves before God.
    Man has no capacity to solve his problems, staying away from prayers is not good however to any prayer there is a motive sinners pray and all humans are sinners who need forgiveness.
    From what we have seen in Zambia some people especially politicians are not sinners except those in government.

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  7. I love to praise God. But I hate uku sa kanya lesa mu fya bu shilu. Especially politics and God should totally separated.

    Mu le fulunganya agenda yakwa Lesa.

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  8. This is a sheer waste of time, energy and prayer! God does not listen to hypocrites. Mr. Lungu has not shown humility nor repentance before going into his prayers. God hates the proud and haughty but loves the humble. If only the PF could be humble and reasonable, maybe God can bless our country. But all this fanfare, coming from evil and greedy hearts, God will punish.

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  9. That’s what the Zambian army has been reduced to? Send the all lot for peace keeping missions so they can go learn one or two things lazy batch of chaps

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  10. Everything is about dancing in Africa. The most important photo for me is that of the kids. It tells a lot about the state of this country and its future. I will not comment on the obvious, you know more. I feel ashamed to be Zambian.

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    • 25 years after working at Yengwe ( Arthur Davison Hospital) muchinga ward, I still have nightmares of those innocent with kwashiorkor dying on the hour like flies after a night call. It’s like I have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from that exposure. That’s how much violence the UNIP government unleashed on those beautiful innocent children. This PF government is heading that way! I am sure Dr Msiska knows what I am talking about

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