Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery 7th International fire fighters’ Day in pictures LifestylePhoto Gallery 7th International fire fighters’ Day in pictures May 5, 2018 2,993 views 10 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print 1. Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale, flags off the march past for the seventh international fire fighters’ day 2. Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale, inspects a parade of fire fighters 3. Fire fighters demonstrate how to put off a fire 4. Fire fighters demonstrate how to put off a fire 5. Fire fighters demonstrate how to put off a fire 6. Demonstration of the resuscitation of a fire victim rescued from an inferno. 7. Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale (third from right), with other dignitaries, watch the demonstration of dismantling a mangled vehicle involved in an accident. 8. Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale officiates at this year’s commemoration of the seventh international fire fighters’ day 9. Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale officiates at this year’s commemoration of the seventh international fire fighters’ day 10. Modesta, widow of former Chipata Municipal Council fire fighter, Prince Zulu, who died whilst fighting fire at Zambia National Commercial Bank in 2014, receives an award from Local Government Minister, Vincent Mwale [Read 76 times, 1 reads today]Related Posts:Forbes ranks Zambia 7th best country for doing business in AfricaZambia, Donors confer on 7th National Development PlanningPresident Lungu Launches the K 342.3 billion 7th National Development PlanChristopher Mvunga calls for a change of mindset to successfully implement the 7th National Development PlanGovernment to mobilise billions of dollars for Rail Transportation under the 7th National Development Plan Loading... 10 COMMENTS hehehe bakolwe aba, ama real fire they run there without water; demos on village firewood ovens you take 8 fire fighters. KWWF 8 2 42/42 1 0 They delibratly are not showing pictures of the 42/42 in action….. 4 2 The Fire Fighting Services are a crucial Service in the protection of lives and property but sadly their work is not appreciated. Fire Fighters are Service Personnel they are equivalent to Army, Airforce and Police. They should be accorded recognition and respect by being having their Service Head present at all Heads of Service gatherings, they should be provided better equipment and protective gear for the hard work they do, they should be provided good accommodation and given better pay befitting the nature of their dangerous work! 5 0 Ba Spaka that’s off side. Bushe imwe ba upndeez cadres you only appreciate one thing and that h.h? So nganimwebo mwafimwena pa tribe pantu the ceremony is in Chipata, no sir, the fire fighters ate drwan from all Zambians includibg nsengas, luchazi, kaoende, tonga etc. Just host the next one in Monze, the Minister will be there. Of course you can boycott if you wish, who cares??? 3 2 Haha ,soon we’ll also have street vendors day,homeless people’s day and maize roaster’s day. 3 5 These shameless thieves 2 5 Why are they putting on HH’S Colours? Are FF guys UPND? 1 2 Why in Zambia there’s always a politician involved whenever there are civil activities? Tired of these do called PFools 2 1 Modesta in the last pic does not look impressed. I am sure she is saying “show me the compensation cheque and not this cheap medal!” 0 0 Comments are closed.