President Edgar Lungu with UNHCR Country Representative Ms Pierrine Aylara during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu, visited Kenani refugee transit centre in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu looking at Triplets born at Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
Triplets born at Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu talking to a refugee who fled with triplets during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu checking on how meals are prepared during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu with Commissioner for refugees Abdon Mawere and Defence Minister Davies Chama during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu with Commissioner for refugees Abdon Mawere and Defence Minister Davies Chama during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu talking to some refugees during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
President Edgar Lungu talking to children during the tour of Kenani Transit refugee camp in Nchelenge
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11 COMMENTS

  1. I like this. someone is busy telling the world that there are Zambian refugees in some countries. kikikikikiki. drama at its best.

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    • The last 2 pictures say a million words about the President’s character. Something to learn from. This is so touching. I cant believe the humility & human touch of our President. A great expression of love & care. God Bless you Mr President & God Bless Zambia!

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  2. Our brothers and sisters, you are welcome home. Those borders were imposed by imperialists. Enjoy the peace and I wish you all the best.

    Our government through the able leadership of Jonathan Chakolwa is currently lobbying for support from the imperialists. Before that aid comes, please remain calm. Forget the AU they are disorganized impotent bunch perpetuating dictatorships. Things will one day improve. Stay strong.

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  3. This is a piece of good leadership. It is more heart opening to see a problem up-front than hear or read about it in the media. All this pain caused by power hungry African leaders. Lord come soon…

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  4. Really sad to see all these displaced women and children , and who is to blame ? Greedy, thieving power hungry African leaders such as that one in the pics !! He is dividing the country through unnecessary and irresponsible tribal discrimination. May I suggest that the Pentecostal churches raise funds to assist in this humanitarian disaster, and also the government call for a day of prayer and fasting ? Are we saying we do not want “imperialists” to assist ? I mean the UN or should it be the AU who should be assisting?

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  5. Our beloved brothers , sisters and children welcome to Zambia. we truly love you and please enjoy your stay.I know its hard to live in a refuse camp but know that God is love and he will provide the necessities through other soft hearted people .Be strong and please try hard to ignore all insults and bad talks by other selfish people .we love you dearly and most of us came from the Congo history tells us.

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  6. THIS REFUGEE AIYA HOW COME THEY HAVE TIME TO DO TWENUKANI IN A REFUGEE CAMP, AND WITHIN 8 MONTHS TRIPLETS BORN WOW… WHERE IS THE FATHER ALI BAD KAN’GAMBA NYINIIIII

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  7. @6 -you know that this is a ploy to beg for hand outs from the international community. That money goes into personal projects and the refugees get sent back home. These compounds you mention are not on the list of his priorities.

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  8. I know you’re helping, but sometime, let’s try to be sensitive to other people‘s emotions this guys are running away from the military, Presidents going to visit them with the military…

    Now I understand why Some soldiers Gives candy And plays soccer With children, after drama like this.

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