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President Edgar Lungu describes Japan trip as successful

Headlines President Edgar Lungu describes Japan trip as successful

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) being welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his residence in Tokyo,Japan on Wednesday,December 19,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) being welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his residence in Tokyo,Japan on Wednesday,December 19,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018

President Edgar Lungu has described his three days official visit to Japan as a success.

President Lungu says whilst in Japan he met investors that have promised to invest in key sectors of the economy such as Agriculture and Manufacturing.

He says with such investment Zambia will be able to increase its productivity in key sectors of the economy.

President Lungu says he is happy that a number of investors are willing to invest in the generation of electricity away from hydro power.

He told ZNBC News that there many areas of cooperation that Zambians and Japanese have not exploited.

He said after his visit it is now up to individual Ministries to identify and explore areas of interest that will benefit Zambians.

The head of state further said that his government wants to industrialize the country’s economy for the benefit of all Zambians.

29 COMMENTS

  1. The Chinese /Japanese relationship has never been rosy historically, what modalities has this grass put in place to ensure that these two elephant’s gymnastics do not affect it in any way?

  2. Mr kateka you are working. You have our full backing and support. By 2021 there will be so much development to give us 70% + 1 of the vote

    • While you were away your Excellency Akainde was attempting to launch another Blue print with Elias Chipimo Jr to usher in an “alliance backed neutral leader” to enter state house and redraft the Constitution
      Hohohoho Hohohoho hahahahahahaha hohohoho Hohohoho
      Akainde and Chipimo Under 5 toddlers in politics!
      Little do they know Kainde is using them in an attempt to R*A*P*E State house through the back door

    • But all trips are successful but njala pamimba continues as usual. Aluta continua. Fuel K16 per liter. Mealie meal MMD left it at K30. Dollar MMD left at K6. Successful, Succesful,Successful, hear this word at the airport on arrival. Mega phone please

  3. That’s what you said afte you visited Saudi and Israel, what has come out of those trips, foool the dull ones not every one believes a convicted debarred thieving lawyer who stole from a widow, what a useless drunk moron

  4. Documents have been uncovered which show President Edgar Lungu played a notable role during the unpopular privatization process of the 90s and 2000s.
    The yet to be authenticated documents doing the rounds on social media show that President Lungu led a team of negotiators in the sale of Zambia Cold Storage Corporation Limited’s Lusaka Plant to Kembe Estates Limited in September 1995

    • Sharon turned Victor , he will not lose if only Chavula is brought to court and asked what he was doing in the IT protected zone and who gave him the password for the computer systems . Zambians cannot comphend why the number of registered voters in Eastern province and Chingola suddenly multiplied compared to what you and me know where registered voters .Right now ,not a single Zambian knows what has happened to Chavula .We obviously know who is providing Chavula with a steel wall protection and why he has not been brought to court for over two years since the elections.

  5. A grant IS NOT FOR FREE GOVERNMENT IS PAYING BACK AT EITHER ZERO INTEREST OR INKIND , THE WORD GRANT IN ENGLISH MEANS SOME FREE MONEY IN APPRECIATION OF SOMETHING BUT IN ECONOMIC TERMS ITS A PREFERENTIAL LOAN , CHECK WITH CONTROLLING OFFICERS IN GOVT. THEY KNOW WE PAY ON GRANTS.

  6. Sharone say something your theme song has been HH participated in privatisation so he must be a th!ef and we shouldn’t vote for him but now we all now Lungu was the negotiating chairman for the sale of Zambia Cold Storage during privatisation so tell us is Lungu a th!ef or is he innocent

  7. Sharone say something your theme song has been HH participated in privatisation so he must be a th!ef and we shouldn’t vote for him but now we all now Mr Lungu was the negotiating chairman for the sale of Zambia Cold Storage during privatisation so tell us is Mr Lungu a th!ef or is he innocent

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