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President Lungu off to Western Province for a 2 days working visit

Headlines President Lungu off to Western Province for a 2 days working visit

President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by service chiefs before leaving for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.
President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by service chiefs before
leaving for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu has left for Western Province on a 2 day working visit. According to a statement made a available to the media, the Republican President arrived at Mongu Airport at around 10:35 hours this morning before proceeding for a courtesy call on His Royal Highness, the Litunga.

Later today, the Head of State who is also the ruling party President is scheduled to address two rallies in Kaoma district to drum up support for the 41 year old PF Candidate Godwin Putu in the Mangango constituency by-election slated for Tuesday, November 20.

The first rally will be held in Kafwasoni Winda Ward and the second one in Chilombo Shikombe Ward.

And tomorrow, Sunday, President Lungu is scheduled to attend the morning church service in Mangango before proceeding to address a rally for the day in Mangango Ward at 13:00hrs.

The President will thereafter depart Mangango for Mongu enroute to Lusaka.

Presidential Assistant for Press and Public Relations,Amos Chanda(L) confers with Minister of Infrastructure,Ronald Chitotela(R) at City Airport.
Presidential Assistant for Press and Public Relations,Amos
Chanda(L) confers with Minister of Infrastructure,Ronald Chitotela(R)
at City Airport.

President Edgar Lungu greets Antonio Mwanza before leaving for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.
President Edgar Lungu greets Antonio Mwanza before leaving for
western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.

President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by service chiefs before leaving for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.
President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by service chiefs before
leaving for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.

President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Minister of Home Affairs,Stephen Kapyongo before departure for western Province for a day working visit at City Airport.
President Edgar Lungu is welcomed by Minister of Home Affairs,Stephen
Kapyongo before departure for western Province for a day working visit
at City Airport.

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27 COMMENTS

  1. He has the blessings of all of us.

    What a workaholic this man is.

    Never will we see a more hardworking president the whole of our lives.

    I swear upon my family.

    Thanks

    BB2014,2016

    • Travel-holic
      If the number of kms he spends in the sky are equal to jobs created for our stranded youths, Zambia would be a much a wealthy nation.
      If Zambia was in northern hemisphere, our youths would hv been in the migrant boats trying to cross Mediterrenean sea into Europe.

    • It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants,the question is : what are we busy about.

      Yesterday in lupososhi – political rally .
      Today- courtesy call on litunga,then two political rallies,
      Tomorrow – church service then political rally.

      Monday- only God knows.
      Tuesday- will be closely following the happenings in Ndola.

      Schedule baba, schedule…

    • I love this guy … God bless ECL!!! What a workhorse. The smart people of the Zambian Enterprise have not had a workhorse like him since my UNIPist KK.

      You have Gay Gay here only working his fingers hard either on a keyboard or iPad or cell phone by fault finding … what a low life, low class, low libido, low IQ nincompoop, he is???!!!

      If Gay Gay just worked a tenth of ECL schedule in his own business instead of commenting on every post here, he would be a millionaire. Alas, poor he will die because of misplaced a ego coupled with misplaced priorities.

      Heaven help us all …

  2. What did the moron after today on the run way, what an id!ot, can’t give a press conference but has always got sh!t to say on the run way…pompwe

  3. For unity and harmony, for a fair share of development in all 10 provinces all areas must be visted for first hand info and to personally see what is obtaining on the ground regarding service delivery. As for forein trips ,don’t let the thought even cross your mind for the next two years. Strict austerity measures must be locked in place

    • Let’s develop this thing! It is UNELECTABLE! Please ask Pro. HANSONI to write the foreign governments on his UNIVERSITY paperhead urging them not to receive our hard-working President by those governments. Your HALLUCINATIONS might work.

  4. Its weekend and this lazy bum Edgar decides to go and party as he has nothing to do….look at the boy Mwanza also contributing to the waste he was condemning by queuing up at the airport.

    • lazy bum illiterate public pooping H-organism hooligan bully tribal son of a polygamist father antiChrist Satanist worshiper pooping in public HAGAIN needing the attention from cynical MUTINTA MENTAL to clean him up! The good news? IT IS “UNVOTARABLE!”

    • Is it the little boy getting panic attacks that it may lose its base? (both UNDER FIVE and the diaper pooping little tribal boy?)

    • I love this guy … God bless ECL!!! What a workhorse. The smart people of the Zambian Enterprise have not had a workhorse like him since my UNIPist KK.

      You have Gay Gay here only working his fingers hard either on a keyboard or iPad or cell phone by fault finding … what a low life, low class, low libido, low IQ nincompoop, he is???!!!

      If Gay Gay just worked a tenth of ECL schedule in his own business instead of commenting on every post here, he would be a millionaire. Alas, poor he will die with his remains repatriated or buried in a lone British grave because of a misplaced ego coupled with misplaced priorities.

      Heaven help us all …

  5. #5 Jay Gay, I am sorry for you that it is not your trib.al Hacks. But it’s not my fault, is it, that your triba.l Hacks cannot become President on the trib.al platform which he accepted in 2006. He is essentially wasting his time and yours by remaining in politics.

  6. Even in Jesus time poverty,unemployment,poor people where still there, so no matter how hard the person who come in power,things will remain the same. Go to developed countries, poor people,poverty and unemployment is still there. So just appreciate what is there currently even if we where to get you with your opinions and put you in power things will remain the same even worsen.

    • We must always strive for a life worth living for all Zambians. You mention poverty in developed countries but you forget that their level of poverty is much different from ours. The poor there cannot complain of lack of opportunity. They still have access to free education, jobs, food, water, clothes and proper shelter. On the contrary, the living condition for the majority of people in our country is plainly hard especially if you consider how rich the country is in natural resources. That is unacceptable.

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