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Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) Commissioner General Kingsley Chanda having a light moment with Commissioner Customs Sydney Chibbabbuka (c) Commissioner Modernisation & Corporate Strategy Dingani Banda shortly after the press conference

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Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) Commissioner General Kingsley Chanda flanked by Commissioner Domestic Taxis Moses Shuko (l) and Commissioner Customs Sydney Chibbabbuka speaking to journalists during the press conference

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Western Province Minister Richard Kapita (r) talks to Simulumbe Research Centre Technical Research Assistant Kaponda Bwalya (l) on cashew production

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Simulumbe Research Centre Technical Research Assistant Kaponda Bwalya (l) explains to Western Province Minister Richard Kapita (c) and CIDP Coordinator Charles Chileya (r) on the number of cashew seedlings distributed to ZAFFICO

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President Edgar Lungu interacts with the patients at being shown around the Chainama Mental Hospital during the tour of the facility

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President Edgar Lungu interacts a patients Edson Ngoma Chainama Mental Hospital during the tour of the facility

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Topsy Sikalinda taking question from journalists during the press conference

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Minister of Health Chitalu Chilufya introduces Chainama Mental Hospital Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. Margarate Chibowa to President Edgar Lungu shortly before present the gifts to the Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu admires the New Year Babies at Kanyama Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu admires the New Year Babies at Kanyama Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu admires the New Year Babies at Kanyama Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu admires the New Year Babies at Kanyama Hospital

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the wedding reception of UNZA Lecturer Kasonde Mundende and Precious Lwenga

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the wedding reception of UNZA Lecturer Kasonde Mundende and Precious Lwenga

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First Lady Esther Lungu during the wedding reception of UNZA Lecturer Kasonde Mundende and Precious Lwenga
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  1. Yo excellency, while its commendable to visit the sick, it would make sense that you as Head of State makes a budget that there is medicines in these Hospitals. What country do you really run where a person falls sick, sometimes it’s an emergency, and you are given a list of medicines that you must go & buy? Surely? And this is your governments policy? That’s how hospitals are run in your country. And you are busy buying new 4x4s & a £48 million aeroplane. What a ziko

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    • So you expect medicine to be free? Even here in Germany where we pay health insurance there is nothing like free medicine in hospitals. Medical consultation and treatment are free but when the doctor prescribes medicine, you must go and buy it yourself from the “Apotheke” (Chemists) found on every corner of the street.

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    • But Nine Chale, that is because the 99.87% of the population can afford to buy!! The Zambian scenario is different, it calls for the government to intervene!!

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