Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait

Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji has arrived in Kuwait where he is scheduled to deliver President Edgar Lungu’s special message to the Emir of Kuwait Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

Mr. Malanji landed at the Kuwait International Airport in Kuwait City at around 08:36 hours.

He was received by the Kuwait Assistant Foreign Minister for African Affairs Hamad Al-Mashaan.

Mr. Malanji who is accompanied by Zambia’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia with extra accreditation to Kuwait Ibrahim Mumba, is scheduled to meet the Emir of Kuwait on Sunday.

And Mr. Mumba has disclosed that Mr Malanji will also hold bilateral talks with the Acting Prime Minister of Kuwait Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah, who is also the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister.

Mr. Mumba has told ZNBC News in an interview in Kuwait City that Mr Malanji is also scheduled to meet the top leadership at the Kuwait Fund for Development which has set aside two billion United States dollars to African countries for developmentt.

He says the meeting will seek to find ways of making sure that Zambia gets a share of the development funds which the Kuwait Fund for Development has offered to Africa.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji in Kuwait
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    • The Zambian Govt has been a lot of STRESS AND ANXIETY not only by the amount of debt but also by the INTEREST that has to be paid over a long period of time with distinctive REVENUES. The worse is to come, don’t expect anything better for the Lungu Govt especially that they’ve failed to address the youth unemployment.

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  1. A sign that a country is heading the dictatorial way is when it starts aligning itself with questionable foreign leadership and governments such as turkey, kuwait, north korea and so on. It is clear that the democractic nations of this world have lost confidence in the illegal government of PF. You can steal an election but one thing you cannot do is steal the wisdom to effectively run a country and ensure economic development. PF is running out of options for funds because most developed donors are not willing to pour money into corrupt and irresponsible governments. We advise you to wake up and vote UPND and join us in our crusade to bring a revolutuon in zambia.

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    • As opposition in Zambia UPND and all, can you all just have a clear focus. Or show your ability to govern and provide solutions. Young people have no desire to vote or party affiliation. The electorate you need to reach is rural not urban. Come 2021 if you do not address that, you will loose again.

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    • Provide proof, details, dates, and then submit that information to the ACC. Do not just speculate out of spite or Nkani yamu ma taven ku choma, Samfya and Kabwe.

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  2. As should be, the foreign affairs minister doing work he was selected for. He and the accredited Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. Not Kampyongo. That one needs to stay in Zambia always. kikiki.

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  3. Middle Eastern countries are aware that Africa and China are booming. They are scrambling to jump on board before their economies are left in the dust. If only we Africans ourselves would see our potential and wealth in resources.

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  4. LOMBA A MINISTER NICHIVUNGO CHONSE ICHO? SEMBE MWAIBENDESHAKO KUMANZYELE MUYOFYA BANTHU. KUWAIT SUPPORTED ZAMBIA FOR THE MONGU KALABO ROAD UNDER KUWAIT FUNDS LOL,, ROAD WAS WASHED AWAY FUNDS PAID IAM NOT SURE WHAT MANIFESTO MULANJI HAS TO CONVINCE KUWAIT TO GIVE A DIME TO ZAMBIA

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  5. Have my compatriots missed what’s so obvious? Who has met Joe Malanji at the airport? That tells you something. ECL has been visiting Saudi Arabia but ignored Kuwait. Anyway, it’s obvious why Malanji is in Kuwait to all informed observers of Zambia.

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