President Edgar Lungu being welcomed by Zambia Air Force commandant Lt.Gen. Eric Chimese shortly after his arrival from Chipata at Lusaka City airport
President Edgar Lungu being welcomed by Zambia Air Force commandant Lt.Gen. Eric Chimese shortly after his arrival from Chipata at Lusaka City airport

President Edgar Lungu has arrived in Lusaka from Eastern Province after a three day working visit.

The Zambia Airforce Plane carrying President Lungu touched down at Lusaka’s City Airport at 17:12 hours.

He was received by Deputy Secretary to Cabinet Patrick Kangwa, Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo, Service Chiefs and senior Patriotic Front (PF) officials.

President Lungu was in Eastern Province to drum up support for Patriotic Front (PF) candidates who are contesting in the forthcoming Council Chairpersons elections.

While in Eastern Province, the President visited all the five newly created districts and campaigned for PF candidates for the forthcoming mayoral, council chairpersons and local government elections slated for July 26th 2018.

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  1. As part of austerity measures, couldn’t we suspend all these “welcome Sir” at the airport. I mean the President has only been away hardly two days. Imagine how much fuel we could save and how much traffic congestion could be avoided if the President arrived, greeted his pilots and jumped into a helicopter to State House. Just asking His Excellency, no offence or disrespect meant, not all. I leave bad manners to our colleagues jj and other uncivilised tribesmen.

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  2. what working visit,he was campaigning in his usual style of intimidation and insulting opposition

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