First Lady Esther Lungu in Pictures

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First Lady Esther Lungu talks to pupils during the donation of Sanitary towels and foodstuffs to pupils at Kaulu Day Secondary School. And The Esther Lungu FoundationTrust in partnership with the Starkey Hearing Foundation also conducted free ear Screening exercise to leaners and members of the Community at the School in Chief Kalindawalo’s Chiefdom in Petauke

First Lady, Esther Lungu, admires one of the wheelchair, which are part of the medical consignments donated to Nyimba District Hospital by Nyimba Investment Limited through her Foundation Trust on in Nyimba on Wednesday.
First Lady, Esther Lungu, greets Chieftainess Mwape of the Nsenga people in Nyimba when she paid a courtesy call on her and Senior Chief Luembe before donating assorted medical equipment and food stuffs, educational materials to Nyimba East Primary and Nyimba Primary schools and the newly constructed phase one of Nyimba District Hospital respectively
First Lady, Esther Lungu donates Sanitary Pads and foodstuffs to Kaulu Day Secondary School in Petauke
First Lady, Esther Lungu donates Sanitary Pads and foodstuffs to Kaulu Day Secondary School in Petauke
First Lady, Esther Lungu donates Sanitary Pads and foodstuffs to Kaulu Day Secondary School in Petauke
First Lady, Esther Lungu donates Sanitary Pads and foodstuffs to Kaulu Day Secondary School in Petauke
Nyimba Investment Limited Director, Sukaina Patel, speaking during a briefing to the First Lady, Esther Lungu on Monday, when she arrived in the District to donate various items through the investment Limited. In the middle is Nyimba District Commissioner, Colonel Peter Kaisa
First Lady, Esther Lungu, receives a bouquet of flowers from seven years old Rosarine Nkwazi, at Taitana lodge in Nyimba
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo, welcomes First Lady, Esther Lungu at Taitana lodge in Nyimba
First Lady Esther Lungu speaks with Nyimba Constituency member of Parliament Olipa Phiri Mwansa in Nyimba on Monday, February 19,2018, on her way to Petauke where she is expected to handover Assorted items donated to Esther Lungu Foundation Trust by Nyimba Investments
First Lady Esther Lungu being welcomed by Nyimba Constituency member of Parliament in Nyimba on Monday, February 19,2018, on her way to Petauke where she is expected to handover Assorted items donated to Esther Lungu Foundation Trust by Nyimba Investments
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  1. I don’t understand these donations. It’s like we are supposed to be grateful for things paid for by taxpayers. Not a ngwee came from her purse for any of those items. You and I paid for them

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  2. Where there are three people, choose a leader. When all want to lead the result shall be going in circles without reaching a conclusion. Mrs Lungu as far as I can remember has never claimed having purchased the items herself but that of being a conduit to reach the many desiring people. Yes, if you do not teach your children to be thankful they shall grow up without the “thank you” in their vocabulary. Ba ESTER thank you for your time and effort in organizing and distribution of the materials. GOOD SAMARITANS ARE NOT LABELED. When a good deed is performed thats when we know who is who.

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  3. Mrs Kawalala can you tell us what your husband did with ZMK 36 000 ??? Your husband is a thief and you know it

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  4. So if am working as a security for Esther Lungu can i tell her that “madam Uubomba mwibala alya mwibala” so that i can eat her?

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  5. By the way Nsenga people are matrilinial, meaning women have the power and capacity to rule. Equity is right for the Nsengas, by the way if in old days ,you married a nsenga woman , the men were to stay at their inlaws(wives parents) place for years to work for them other husbands stayed there for all their lives . Look at it now young women are marrying lazy men who cant do any work or try to do so but feed on our daughters they marry just for upkeep. Nsengas have Chieftainess Mwape, Chieftainess Nyanje, Chieftainess Mwanjawathu. All beatiful women. Just like the beatiful women who work hard in Zambia to feed their families. I salute you women . Remember Women’s Day on 8 March.

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  6. POINT OF CORRECTION CHOZI CHIFTAINESS MWANJAWANTHU IS JUST ACTING THE REAL CHIEF IS IN USA CLEANING OLD WHITE PEOPLES MBUYO, AND IS AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT BUT THE MOTHER IS A KA DICTATOR I AM TOLD. ARE THESE WOMEN CHIEFS MARRIED? AND WHAT CAN WE CALL THE MAN IN ENGLISH ?

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  7. Sorry Anyoko,let me correct you late Dr Lungu who was the chief, was working for ministry of health but left the chieftainship to his sister the present chieftainess Mwanjabathu. Get your facts correct brother.

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