Africa Freedom day in pictures

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President Edgar Lungu bows after laying a wreath to commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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President Edgar Lungu lays a wreath to commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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Defence Chiefs going to lay wreaths to commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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Some of the Diplomats accredited to Zambia going to lay wreaths to commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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President Edgar Lungu greets former vice President Enock Kavindele during the commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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President Edgar Lungu waves to the cadres after laying wreaths at the Freedom statue during commemorate the Africa Freedom Day cerebration at the Freedom Statue

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President Lungu and First Lady Esther Lungu arrives at State House gardens for the State Reception to mark Africa Freedom Day celebrations

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Service Chiefs led by Zambia Army Regional Commander Mudas Musukwa lay wreaths at the cenotaphs during the commemoration of the African Freedom Day held at Kasama Civic Centre

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Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile lay wreaths at the cenotaphs during the commemoration of the African Freedom Day held at Kasama Civic Centre

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Freedom Fighter Mama Justina Mulenga (88) could not hide her joy during the commemoration of the African Freedom Day held at Civic Centre in Kasama

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Freedom Fighters lay wreaths at the cenotaphs during the commemoration of the African Freedom Day held at Kasama Civic Centre

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Freedom Fighters llay wreaths at the cenotaphs during the commemoration of the African Freedom Day held at Kasama Civic Centre
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10 COMMENTS

  1. To me African Freedom day is just a off of work, maybe a barbecue or something to drink. No one really thinks about the meaning. Freedom of drinking alcohol (Zambia is the alcohol drinking capital of the world for women, Zambian female, their mums, girls, daughters, infants, nuns, visitors, so long there is a hole, Zambian male will plug into it).

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    • I was saddened to hear that Kabwe general hospital was built in 1953. I just realised that since independence we have never built a hospital in Kabwe. It is a big shame to celebrate this Africa freedom day when we are still not skilled to build things with our hands, roads, skyscrapers etc. for me I am still in bondage as an African. Only politicians should celebrate this day as they get hospitalised in foreign land and become rich once elected.

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  2. CONT’D
    Freedom of toilets (People do not need to look for Toilets, as the Freedom of Toilets are everywhere in Zambia. the Whole Zambia is a toilet, who says Zambia has no toilet?).Freedom of sh!tting in streets , Freedom of pissing in streets, Freedom of defecation in public, Freedom of cholera.

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  3. CONT’D
    Freedom of alcohol ( 2017 over 100 died due to Junta).
    Freedom tribal war (Especially my “Tonga” friends).
    Freedom infrastructure (still remain the infrastructure which the UK built).
    Freedom of stealing (day and night).
    Freedom of animals (Ba kolwe, koswe mumpoto, cows etc. have the freedom of jogging in Zambian streets)

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  4. CONT’D
    Freedom dirty (Zambia is one of the filthiest country in the world. Although President ECL declared Saturday to CLEAN ZAMBIA, all Zambians are lazy to clean Zambia, spend more time on bewitching each other especially my mbuyas“Bembas”..lol!).
    Freedom language (Zambia’s own language is autocratic and inferior to English, so Zambia set English as Zambia’s official language. English education in Zambia only be benefits to less than 1% of Zambians, which made Zambia with one of the largest population of illiterate people in the world).

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  5. Ba LT picture #5 is misleading, is lupia banda the presidentity again or is he Edgar Lungu?

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