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President Edgar Lungu donates exercise books to Mbala pupils

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Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School

Mbala Central Member of Parliament(MP), Mwalimu Simfukwe says education is key to the country’ social and economic development.

Mr. Simfukwe said provision of quality education enhances the development of the country.

The MP was speaking when he flagged off the distribution of exercise books donated by President Edgar to pupils in Mbala district.

He cautioned the girl child in the area against involving themselves in early marriages but ensure that they complete their education.

And speaking on behalf of the pupils in Mbala, Celeste Secondary School Head girl, Abigail Banda extolled President Edgar Lungu for the provision of books to pupils.

Mis Banda has since called on parents to take advantage of the newly donated books and send their girl children to school.

There was jubilation amongst the pupils in the district when the Area Member of Parliament donated the exercise books on behalf of the President.

And Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa donated books to various schools in his constituency. Hon Sampa donated 550 books to Kapata Day Secondary School. In a post interview Hon Sampa who is also an accomplished businessman said; “Investment in education pays the best interest.”

He said he was ready to drive the education agenda of the Patriotic Front by ensuring President Edgar Chagwa Lungu’s vision of improved quality education.

Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School
Kasama Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa. donating books to Kapata Day Secondary School

12 COMMENTS

  1. Lungu shamelessly campaigning using stolen monies and vaunrable children as bait……

    The corrupt theif has no morals and integrity and would use his stolen money to even campain in a graveyard given the chance…….

    We will now see this crook open up the idea to have voting in prisons where he will use the promise of a pardon in exchange for a vote….watch this space.

    • PF00Ls are starting campaigns early so that they can pre-empt Lungu’s 2021 eligibility case in constitutional court.

      Even if you distribute 1-million books with fotos of Meno-Meno on cover, he’s still NOT eligible. Actually 2021 is too far

  2. USING TAX PAYERS MONEY FOR DONATIONS AGAIN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! STOP TRYING TO INFLUENCE SCHOOL PUPILS BY HANDING OUT BOOKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. The books are welcome but not with that meerkat face on the cover page.
    Morons are trying so hard day and night to corrupt our children
    This great leader nonsense will backfire.

  4. @Spaka like lilo, you are shameless yourself what have you done for mother Zambian and your community at large, remember insulting the President because of jealous, malice and hatred will not take you anyway. One day your only children will insult you please mark my words.

  5. Imagine corrupting innocent morals with such materials and even depicting his photos thereon? Shame and indeed shemuna. I can’t imagine myself having my own kid with a book showing a MALAWIAN thief thereon awe, l would BURN that book in a BURNING HOT KILN 10 times over…

  6. Go pf go and fulfill party manifesto where everyone has to go to school weena azalila better than chasing people from their homes and grazing land and being quiet after monze violence

  7. Let’s not demonize everything.The move to render help to the pupils was needful.The question we should ask is : What’s the motive behind all this philanthropic giving.Is it apolitically motivated or not.Making a conjecture without digging the facts will be frivolous.

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