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Minister of Defence Davies Chama Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony
Minister of Defence Davies Chama Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony

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Minister of Defence Davies Chama Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony
Minister of Defence Davies Chama Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony

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Minister of Defence Davies Chama observe the moment silent shortly after Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony
Minister of Defence Davies Chama observe the moment silent shortly after Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony

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Minister of Defence Davies Chama observe the moment silent shortly after Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony
Minister of Defence Davies Chama observe the moment silent shortly after Hoisting the Zambian Flag at Lusaka Show Grounds during the hoisting of the flag ceremony

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President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa is welcomed by Lusaka Mayor.Miles Sampa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.
President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa is welcomed by Lusaka Mayor.Miles Sampa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.

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President Edgar Lungu and his counterpart,President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.
President Edgar Lungu and his counterpart,President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.

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President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa after laying the wreath at freedom statue in Lusaka.
President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa after laying the wreath at freedom statue in Lusaka.

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President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa is welcomed by former fourth President of Zambia,Rupiah Banda at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.
President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa is welcomed by former fourth President of Zambia,Rupiah Banda at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.

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President Edgar Lungu and his counterpart,President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.
President Edgar Lungu and his counterpart,President of Zimbabwe,Emmerson Mnangagwa at freedom statue for wreath laying ceremony in Lusaka.

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President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe cuts the independence cake with President Edgar Lungu

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President Edgar Lungu serves Dr Kenneth David Kaunda the Independence cake on the occasion of the 54th Zambia Independence Day Anniversary Celebrations.

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President Edgar Lungu decorates Christopher Kajimbala with The Order of Distinguished service first division to be Grand Commander of the Order of Distinguished Service during the Investiture ceremony on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018

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President Edgar Lungu decorates Prof Dickson Mwansa with The Order of Distinguished Service first division to be Grand Commander of the Order of Distinguished Service during the Investiture ceremony on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza

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President Edgar Lungu decorates Michael Kelly with The Order of Distinguished Service, first division to be Grand Commander of the Order of Distinguished Service during the Investiture ceremony at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018

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President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Honour on Jere Ntembeni Madzimawe (Chief Madzimawe) on the occasion to mark Zambia's 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House
President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Honour on Jere Ntembeni Madzimawe (Chief Madzimawe) on the occasion to mark Zambia’s 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House

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President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Honour on Sister Celestine Daly on the occasion to mark Zambia's 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House
President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Honour on Sister Celestine Daly on the occasion to mark Zambia’s 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House

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President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Mercy on Augustine Mwila on the occasion to mark Zambia's 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House
President Edgar Lungu bestows The President Insignia of Mercy on Augustine Mwila on the occasion to mark Zambia’s 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House

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President Edgar Lungu pose for an official photograph with recipients of Honours and Awards on the occasion to mark Zambia's 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House
President Edgar Lungu pose for an official photograph with recipients of Honours and Awards on the occasion to mark Zambia’s 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House

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The Seventh Day Adventist Choir perfoms on the occasion to mark Zambia's 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House
The Seventh Day Adventist Choir perfoms on the occasion to mark Zambia’s 54th Independence anniversary at State House on Wednesday, 24th October, 2018. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House

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Minister of Lands and Natural Resources Jean Kapata (l) share a light moment with Western Province PF Vice Chairperson David Muzhinga (r) during Zambia’s 54th Independence Celebration in Mongu, Western Province.

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Minister of Lands and Natural Resources Jean Kapata (l) share a light moment with Western Province PF Vice Chairperson David Muzhinga (r) during Zambia’s 54th Independence Celebration in Mongu, Western Province.

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A guard of honour to Commemorate Zambia’s 54th Independence Anniversary in Mongu, Western Province

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Mbunga Music Singer Kas Nalu entertains the crowd during Zambia’s 54th Independence Celebration in Mongu, Western Province.

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First Quantum miners marching along the Independence Highway
during the commemoration of 54th Zambia’s Independence anniversary in
Solwezi

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North-Western province minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu (l) is
welcomed by regional clinical care specialist Jonathan Ncheengamwa at
Solwezi stadium during the 54th Zambia’s Independence anniversary
commemoration in Solwezi

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Part of the crowd that thronged Solwezi Stadium to attended
54th Zambia’s Independence anniversary commemoration in Solwezi on
Wednesday.

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Pupils from Cheshire homes school dancing to a Luvale song called Linga Linga during the 54th Zambia’s Independence anniversary commemoration at Solwezi Stadium

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Sad that after 54 year of independence we have nothing to show for, If anything its like we have gone 54 years backwards. Crying right now.

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    • Your Lazy President was dancing …he has time for dancing when hardworking pupils are wondering when they will sit for there exam and enjoy holiday before some go to secondary school and some go to higher education …tge dingbat is there dancing with his dull ministers.
      Even a former footballer like George Weah has seen the importance of students by giving them free education our lazy Lungu is busy buying private jets.

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    • @jay jay whatever you call yourself, what’s wrong with dancing on an occasion like independence? Imwe ba upnd you have a huge problem no wonder your wamuyayaya never laugh. No one stopped your under 5 party from participating in the event it was your own bitter leaders. If l were you l would blame my leaders for preventing us from dancing on a day like independence. You guys behave like kids , I remember when we were kids we use to
      behave like that, if my friend wins l complain and if l win he complains sometimes even crying. Upnd reminds of my childhood. Grow up, you guys are a huge shame to Zambia.

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    • Lazy bum tribal illiterate Mapatizya Formula online UPND zealot hooligan bully son of a polygamist father who never taught him toilet training pooping in public HAGAIN needing a diaper. Even if the little boy CHILDISH was not there, ZAMBIA continues to be there because it is bigger than UNDER FIVE. It is also UNELECTABLE.

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    • Iwe Jay Jay, I think you were suppose to dance linga linga dance (See caption number 27 above). Is that bad as well on independence day????????????????? or it will be only good when HH becomes pesident????????????

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  2. Professor Kelly he desreves it. The good prof and priest from school education. Monks from UNZA they know him. Also he was once VC of UNZA. Shani ba monk

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  3. Surprisingly I behold a sizeable crowd in Solwezi, but watching Prime TV news yesterday, the guys just went to interview those who didn’t go to stadium and said they ould celebrate independence because of hunger. That’s bad journalism.

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  4. I am very delighted to learn that Zambian Independence day was celebrated in grand style. Praise be to God. We should only look forward to bright and prosperous future. With God Zambia can come out of its economic problems via good governance.
    We should all as Zambians remember that there is no country as of now and this age which is completely free from economic struggles. No not any as far as I know. The world is more or less ran in the same economic order. Besides, the economic development of the country is determined by outside forces in African case. So no matter and how best you can try as a country take your country out of its economic woes, you will always be pulled down by the western forces who have vested interest of the same country which you think is yours but but with no…

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    • I agree with what you are saying about economic development and western control. There will always be obstacles in our way but the important thing is that we have set off on this journey to rule our destiny.

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  5. A very sleepless night for those with anti independence cerebration thoughts.
    1. Zambia-there must be NO prayers UNTIL he becomes president

    2. Zambia-there must be No independence cerebrations UNTIL he becomes president

    3. Zambia- the Chinese must give NO loans to the country UNTIL he becomes president

    Don’t you see signs of insanity in this man?

    Is this man fit to be president of Zambia?

    My take is that we are not dealing with a Mukobeko case but a Chainama case

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    • His mental faculty is highly questionable my fellow country men and women, he is not only danger to those he intends to rule. but to himself as well. The level of his insanity is worrisome to say the least.

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