DRC President Joseph Kabila’s Visit in Pictures

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Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji flanked by President of the Democratic Republic of Congo His Excellency Mr.Joseph Kabila at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.
Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji flanked by President of the Democratic Republic of Congo His Excellency Mr.Joseph Kabila at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.
resident Edgar Lungu Welcomes President Joseph Kabila at State house For Official Talks
resident Edgar Lungu Welcomes President Joseph Kabila at State house For Official Talks
President Edgar Lungu Welcomes President Joseph Kabila at State house For Official Talks
President Edgar Lungu Welcomes President Joseph Kabila at State house For Official Talks
President Edgar Lungu with President Joseph Kabila at State house before the Official Talks
President Edgar Lungu with President Joseph Kabila at State house before the Official Talks
President Edgar Lungu with President Joseph Kabila at State house during State dinner
President Edgar Lungu with President Joseph Kabila at State house during State dinner
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
National Heritage Conservation Director Kagosi Mwamulowe explains the point to President Joseph Kabila shortly after laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
National Heritage Conservation Director Kagosi Mwamulowe explains the point to President Joseph Kabila shortly after laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila coming out the mausoleum after laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila coming out the mausoleum after laying wreaths at late President Micheal Sata tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Levy Mwanawasa tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Levy Mwanawasa tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Fredrick Chiluba tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila laying wreaths at late President Fredrick Chiluba tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila coming out the mausoleum after laying wreaths at late Presidents tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila coming out the mausoleum after laying wreaths at late Presidents tomb stone during the tour of Presidential burial site in Lusaka
Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo welcomes President Joseph Kabila at the Presidential burial site in Lusaka
Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo welcomes President Joseph Kabila at the Presidential burial site in Lusaka
President Joseph Kabila confers with Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo (r) and Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
President Joseph Kabila confers with Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo (r) and Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
President Joseph Kabila confers Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
President Joseph Kabila confers Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji bids farewell to President Joseph Kabila shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji bids farewell to President Joseph Kabila shortly before his departure at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
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    • Birds of a feather fly together:
      1. Both Lungu & Kabila want to stay in office after their tenure ends
      2 Both Lungu & Kabila charged main opposition leaders with Fake treason charges. Moses Katumbi fled the country
      3. Both Lungu & Kabila have plundered the country & enriched themselves. Kabila’s sister is now the richest Congolese, just like Tasila is now the richest Zambian woman from Mukula Trees logging
      4. Both Lungu’s & Kabila’s end will be painful.

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      5.Both Lungu & Kabila are foreigners. Lungu is Malawian (“born in a whites-only ndola hospital”), Kabila is Rwandese.

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    • Hahaha @Pompi : you are right his clothes don’t look Normal for a 46-year-old. The presidency has made him look so old..
      @bo_kimbo: what is Presidential and Malanji?? He looks stupid actually, A guy with no Ethics. He follows anything that makes his belly full.

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    • Lungu further advised foreigners not to interfere with domestic issues in Congo and Zambia.

      “These people (western countries) should desist from interfering in our domestic affairs, if our people want us to stay in office beyond the constitutional limit, that’s our own choice and so no one should be allowed to intervene,” said Lungu.

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  1. Both Kabila and Lungu have blood on their hands; there was no need for the so called sweeper to hit the driver of the dyna who has died; other ways of getting the driver who could have not been aware of the motorcade off the road should have been used; Under Lungu there’s so much blood in Zambia; these mausoleums are wasting money which could be used to care for the living; all future presidents should be buried in their villages or at cemeteries like the Leopards Hill memorial park one or Mutumbi;

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  2. Where is the pomp and presidential ceremony,the wreaths and tombstones of all those killed by cholera recently? All men ,including the dead from Misisi ,are created equal mind you.

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  3. @tatwe; am a shushushi; and I know what i am talking about; how many lives have been lost under Kabila? the blood of the innocent are haunting him; innocent Zambian blood has been lost under Lungu; no need to waste money on mausoleums full of bones when the living have Lusaka lake water running into their houses in Kanyama and when Kamwala South residential area has been turned into filthy dumping site after the army clean up;

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  4. When this Kabila took over after his dad’s demise, I had hope that Zaire would transform but it turned out he’s one of the most useless leaders on the continent ever. He appears quiet, I think mostly he’s clueless. Patrice Lumumba should have ruled at least a decade, Zaire would be different by now.

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  5. Even the beard shows that he has quickly become a dictator. What happened to a handsome man that we once knew?

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  6. I MISS KALABA AS FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER, THIS MALANJI CADRE LOOKS LOST AND IT SEEMS HE IS DEAF COS. HE ALWAYS HAS TO BEND AND LOOK EYES ABOVE SPECTACLES,I WONDER WHAT LUSAMBO SAID TO KABILA HE NEVER GRINNED OR LAUGHED , MAYBE HE TRIED TO SPEAK SWAHILI THAT KABILA DIDNT UNDERSTAND

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