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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Cosmas Chibamba’s Burial in Pictures

Photo Gallery Cosmas Chibamba's Burial in Pictures

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses mourners at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, addresses mourners at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula, addresses mourners at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula, addresses mourners at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo chats with former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) and Mpongwe District Commissioner, Keith Maila (right) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo chats with former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) and Mpongwe District Commissioner, Keith Maila (right) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo chats with former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (centre) and former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo chats with former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (centre) and former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) chats with former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe while former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula (centre) looks on at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) chats with former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe while former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula (centre) looks on at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) chats with former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe (right) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo (left) chats with former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe (right) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo confers with former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula (left) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo confers with former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula (left) at the burial of former Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government, Cosmas Chibamba at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Defence forces carry the body of the late Cosmas Chibanda, who served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government, in readiness for burial at his Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Defence forces carry the body of the late Cosmas Chibanda, who served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government, in readiness for burial at his Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

The late Cosmas Chibanda’s widow, Nora, lays a wreath on her husband’s grave at their Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
The late Cosmas Chibanda’s widow, Nora, lays a wreath on her husband’s grave at their Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, lays a wreath on the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, lays a wreath on the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Left to right. Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe, former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo and Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, lays wreaths the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Left to right. Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabriel Namulambe, former Minister of Defence, George Mpombo and Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary, Elias Kamanga, lays wreaths the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula, lays a wreath on the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Former Secretary to the Cabinet, Leslie Mbula, lays a wreath on the late Cosmas Chibanda’s grave at Nakatungu Farm in Mpongwe District on Friday. Mr. Chibanda served as Cabinet Minister in the Kenneth Kaunda government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, hands the Zambian flag to the widow of the late Cosmas Chibanda, who served as Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.
Copperbelt Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, hands the Zambian flag to the widow of the late Cosmas Chibanda, who served as Cabinet Minister in Kenneth Kaunda’s government. Picture by TISA BANDA-NKHOMA/ZANIS.

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  1. Late Comrade Chibanda had a family besides politicians around him whom you have flashed in these photos. Where are photos of his children besides the widow? I know of Cosmas Chibanda Junior and siblings. Why not share their pictures?

  2. @Lwangi, its is all over the news on the people who attended the ceremony in Zim. Don’t tell me that BBC, ZNBC of Zimbabwe, SABC are dreaming that KK was in Zimbambwe.

  3. Lwangi didn’t you see KK shaking hands with the new president of Zimbabwe when he was sworn in? ?

    RIP Mr Chibanda and condolonces to the family and we thank the governent for material and moral support rendered

  4. Lusaka times. It is Cosmas Chibanda and not the name you are giving him that Cosmas Chibamba. It is not Chibamba but Chibanda, you are misleading the nation and please note that there is nothing like a typo. Careless people call their mistakes ati typo, there is no such thing is a typo. Proof read and check your work

  5. Cosmas Chibanda used to be Minister of Education and later Minister of National Guidance. KK fired him publicly for ‘Having fallen in love with the bottle’. The man so loved his Mosi that he would sometimes miss cabinet meetings. Kikiki

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