Patriotic Front General Secretary, Davies Mwila,welcomes President Edgar Chagwa Lungu at the Cathedral Church to attend the funeral Church Service for the late Mama Chibesa Kankasa.
Pall bearers carrying the coffin during the funeral service
President Edgar Lungu paying the last respect to late freedom fighter Mama Chibesa Kankasa during the Church service at the Cathedral Church in Lusaka.
Health Minister, Chitalu Chilufya paying his last respect during the body viewing of the late Mama Kankasa at the Cathedral in Lusaka.
Tribal cousin-ship between Easterners and Northerners characterized the funeral of Mama Kankasa .In the picture, from left is Mr Felix Mutati, Infra-structure Development Minister, Ronald Chitotela, Chitalu Chilufya for healthy , PF Secretary General Davies Mwila and far right is Lusaka Mayor, Miles Sampa after being sprinkled with powder.
Pall Bearers from defence carrying the Casket of former freedom fighter, Mama Kankasa at Memorial park in Lusaka during her burial
Freedom fighters eulogizing their late fellow freedom fighter, Mama Kankasa during burial at Memorial Park
Members of the Clergy about to lay wreaths on the grave of late freedom fighter, Mama Chibesa Kankasa, during burial at Memorial Park in Lusaka
Children and their spouses to former freedom fighter, Mama Kankasa laying wreaths on the grave of their Mother during burial at Memorial Park in Lusaka
National guidance and Religious affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili presents a Zambian Flag to Mama Kankasa’s Daughter, Chipepo Kankasa during the burial of the late Mama Kankasa at Memorial Park in Lusaka
Tribal cousin-ship between Easterners and Northerners characterized the funeral of Mama Kankasa .In the picture, from left is Mr Felix Mutati, Infra-structure Development Minister, Ronald Chitotela, Chitalu Chilufya for healthy , PF Secretary General Davies Mwila and far right is Lusaka Mayor, Miles Sampa after being sprinkled with powder.
Tribal cousin-ship between Easterners and Northerners characterized the funeral of Mama Kankasa . PF dignitaries from the north sprinkled with powder
Funeral service for the late Mama Kankasa
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31 COMMENTS

  1. White-man’s Jesus—which the Christian religion,, uses to keep you in poverty and brainwashed into fear, does not approve of the white fettish power used at the funeral

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    • @Nostradamus
      Am still shocked that abena Vincent mwale and company did not apply that white powder on you, is it because you no longer play that ‘game’?
      Anyway mama kankasa was a hero

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    • That’s what the Tonga’s are jealous of; the cousinship of Northerners and Easterners! Some here are already foaming at the mouth with envy!

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    • To hell with the white man’s culture. This is our culture and we will keep it no matter what. They have already intruded too much into our lives by giving us their names.

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    • What is the meaning of this statement? Let’s hope your are not saying Jesus Christ is none existant.

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    • @Ndobo, abena Dora came after me with fi powder, I run, kikikiki Dora can’t run any longer. I wonder if she will be able to even walk when gets to Kankasa age.

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    • A funural attended by many. Only politicians where powdered? Where was the common man… no chimbuya for the meek and humble? Or these politicians hired people to powder them?just asking.

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    • @chanda Banda they didn’t give us their names. They forced our ancestors to adopt these names. If they could not pronounce your African name they forced on you their silly name. When baptising you they forced a Christian name on you. People need to understand this before they go around flaunting European names

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  2. ****deleted****. And where does that uncivilized practice of applying flour to one’s face come from. Very embarrassing.

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    • I have cautioned you about this but you still persist why do you wish death on a fellow human being? This is why you fooools can not dialogue as there is no grey areas for your busy fooools.
      No its not embarrassing its our tradition …we will not turn our back on it because we have suddenly got a musungu trophy girlfriend.
      You are embarassing!!!

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    • Do you have to a member of a party to voice an opinion I mean one day PF empty tins label me a UPND cadre the next day UPND busy fooools label me a PF cadre…why can’t you just label me a concerned Zambian without any political affiliation? And you label yourself a wise man …really laughable…elections come and go my dear friend just sell your manifesto or whatever it is to the masses do not wish others death and hope that you will simply slide in from the back door like house flies do when you are cooking smoked dry fish in the kitchen.

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  3. @1.3- Honestly !! Is there anything for Tonga’s to be jealous of ? This is a funeral where people are sprinkling powder at each other, I don’t see any thing to be envious about and I can’t see any gold dust there !! I wish you could just stick to the funeral topic and not divert into tribal nonsense.
    May she rest in peace .

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  4. grown men looking like an elephant has ejaculated on top of their heads. this is laughable. grow up please!

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  5. This reminds that KK’s TIME WAS GREAT IN TERMS OF PATRIOTISM AND NATIONAL UNITY, DESPITE THE HARDSHIPS WE FACED TOWARDS THE END OF HIS RULE!! We hardly knew which regions or Tribes most the political leaders like MAMA KANKASA CAME FROM!! Just knowing now due to this tribal cousin ship!! All most of us knew was that she was Zambian!!

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  6. WHAT ARE HER REAL NAMES IS IT MAMA KANKASA REAL NAMES? WAS SHE BEMBA OR EASTERNER FOR THESE MONGRILS TO PRACTICE CHIMBUYA WHAT OF HER HUSBAND ALIKUNI? SHE MUST HAVE BEEN MARRIED ALSO SHE DIED AT A VERY TENDER AGE 82 ONLY AND YET SHE WAS SWIMMING IN MONEY AS A FREEDOM FIMO FIMO

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  7. MHSRIP…..

    It’s like the theives turned a funeral into a photo opportunity to showcase the inner circle of lungus theiving gang….

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  8. @Anyoko, she was married to a Mr. Timothy Jiranda Kankasa. Timothy Kankasa was a Zambian politician, who served as a Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, appointed June 1971. He was born on November 28, 1926, at Solwezi, North-western Province. He was educated at Mutanda River School and Chingola Central School then served with the British army in East Africa and Burma before completing his education at Munali Secondary School. After working with township boards he became president of the National Union of Local Authority Workers. The following year he was appointed treasurer of the Trade Union Congress and in 1963 became TUC vice-president.

    At independence in 1964 he became Zambia’s Ambassador to the Congo and the Central African Republic. He returned in 1968 and entered Parliament…

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