Home Lifestyle Photo Gallery Pictures of the week LifestylePhoto Gallery Pictures of the week June 1, 2018 3,865 views 12 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print 1. His Excellency Mr. Chikonde posing for a picture with Dr. Mwape and the Association of Zambian Nurses UK 2. Dr. Mwape and the Association of Zambian Nurses UK paying a Courtsey call on His Excellency Mr. Muyeba Chikonde 3. First ever Nalolo Boarding School of Liliachi area construction works by China Gangshu progressing very well in the newly created Nalolo District of Western Province. 4. First ever Nalolo Boarding School of Liliachi area construction works by China Gangshu progressing very well 5. China Gangshu Site Manager Chen Guo Hui counter- checks some of the construction materials at the boarding school in Liliachi area were works are progressing very well 6. The Nalolo District Civic Center being constructed by Divine Link Constructors in Liliachi area has reached over 90% completion 7. Divine Link Constructors workers on site doing the 10 medium cost houses in Liliachi area 8. President Edgar Lungu receives flowers from a 7 year old girl ,Patience Leji ,on arrival at fresh view hotel to officially open the Rotary District conference 9. President Edgar Lungu is conferred with a honorary Rotarian badge by Larry Mapani District Governor at fresh view hotel 10. President Edgar Lungu is given a gift by Larry Mapani District Governor 11. Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya addresses marketeers during the opening of the newly constructed Namwandwe Market in Mansa constituency Related Posts:Week in Pictures (Updated)The Week in PicturesPictures this WeekThis Week in PicturesThe Week in Pictures Loading... 12 COMMENTS “His Excellency Mr. Chikonde posing for a picture with Dr. Mwape and the Association of Zambian Nurses UK” shame on you you even have the audacity to form “A$$ Wiping Association of Economic Refugees in UK”. Imagine you have degrees in nursing which took 3 to 4 years studying only to be wiping old people’s as$ses and putting napkins on them..What’s the difference with boys who (wipe) wash cars or nurses who wipe “Queen Elizabeth’s” as$ in the UK? Exposure to pee and poo is dangerous as the hot swampy poop gas cutting off oxygen to the body leads to a potentially lethal condition known as hypoxia. Old people’s poo turns into jenkem (heh) which result in diarrhea, gastrointestinal infection and brain damage.. Inhaling massive quantities of poo poo as it turns out into jenkem vaporizer,… 6 12 CONT’d Inhaling massive quantities of poo poo as it turns out into jenkem vaporizer, and all you’re inhaling is fart.And to think we were all feeling bad for the nurses (human centipede) when they were really having the high of their lives by inhaling poop poop gas also known as farts.I can’t ‘t huff that sh!t yum yum! 5 13 Picture 1…Zambia has one flag…and i see all Zambians in the picture no need to fly the British flag…the Embassy should know better when to fly a foreign flag 3 1 ******* **** zoona 2 0 ******* ****. why are you people so small minded? Sometimes I wonder how you Zambians think. For your information, nurses working here have a decent standard of living. Nurses are supposed to look after patients and that includes making sure those that are not able to clean themselves are cleaned. That is the difference between nurses and doctors. In Zambia, patients are left in dirty, soiled clothes until their relatives come to change them. How can you be so proud of that? Nursing is a noble profession, made nobler by conscientious, decent and kind practitioners. These kind of nurses are sadly lacking in Zambia. 8 1 Boss bakamikata, limit your ignorance and stupidity to yourself, ubupuba mulesha kumushi uko bamwishiba. The internet is not meant for insulting people, if you are tired of breathing this free air given freely by God just died the world won’t miss you. 6 2 Wala its you who is ignorant.By the way am using kali linux user not even FBI poke their nose on me..Ask IT experts they will tell you about the Onionland.. 2 4 ******* ****, You are a disgrace to Society!! Shame on you. I think you are mislead like Mushota 7 2 Iwe chi Canisius Banda vindevu monga wagwila ka mwana ka nkhuku. Just bcoz unakulila kwa Mandevu ninshi iwe nikusunga vindevu monga Vasco da Gama.If you can’t afford to go to the barbershop why not ask your hospital colleagues wakupasako ka surgical blade.By the way ukwatile awena Mushota wankhala weka wachilamo ponyo-ponyo… 2 7 @******* ****, don’t know what’s going on or where your pain is. It’s certainly not easy to be you. Please accept my empathy. 2 0 Ladies & gentlemen this is a working government! 1 0 Picture 8, that humbleness looks wierd looking at a child like that. Parents lets be careful how we expose our children. Let’s move away from this culture of our children meeting our Leaders. I have an image of my 4/5 year old daughter meeting a former President in a line up and that former President is not someone I would like my daughter to be proud she met. Values and beliefs are very important for our children. Imagine my daughter had met KK, Julius Nyerere, Samorah Machel, Nelson Mandela. I would be singing and dancing! 0 0 Comments are closed.