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Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Mwila after laying a wreath at former Copperbelt Patriotic Front (PF) Chairman Steven Kainga’s late wife’s grave

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Late Deputy ZAF Commander Maj Gen Kapotwe put to rest

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Former Patriotic Front (PF) Copperbelt provincial Chairman Steven Kainga laying a wreath at his late wife Judith Chanda Kainga’s grave

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First lady Esther Lungu signs a book of condolences of Late Deputy ZAF commander

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First Lady Esther Lungu embraces Late Deputy ZAF Commander Maj Gen Kapotwe Chintu’s wife during burial at Leopards Hill Memorial Park

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Acting President Inonge Wina paying her last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church

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First Lady Esther Lungu lays a wreath at Late Deputy Commander Maj Gen Kapotwe Chintu’s grave during burial at Leopards Hill memorial Park

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Acting President Inonge Wina paying her last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church service
Acting President Inonge Wina paying her last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church service

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Acting President Inonge Wina paying her last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church service
Acting President Inonge Wina paying her last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church service

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Service Chiefs paying last respect to the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu at the Cathedral Child Jesus during the funeral church service

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Acting President Inonge Wina being welcome by Minister of High Education Nkandu Luo and Minister of General Education David Mabumba at the Zambia National Educational Conference at Mulungushi Conference

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HH and his delegation arriving at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross for the launch of the National Dialogue and Reconciliation
HH and his delegation arriving at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross for the launch of the National Dialogue and Reconciliation
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9 COMMENTS

  1. I like the confidence of HH but he is wrong, dialogue without the opponent’s can never succeed. I hope lungu had also shown up also to prove he is interested with peace in the country.

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  2. Rest in Peace Major General Kapotwe Chintu, a galant service man who served Zambia with honors. Thank you.

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  3. Media bias only reports on funerals and events of these thieves. So you tell me poor people don’t have media presentations at their funerals or events? Waste of time and money

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  4. Only important people matter in Zambia .Next week can we have pictures of the week on farmers , roadside traders ,nurses doing their work and construction workers building Zambia?

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  5. Where is the casket where the late Maj. Gen. Kapotwe Chintu was bundled in India? I see that that they have changed so they burned the Zee world (Indian) casket?

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  6. When is Mulongoti coming back home in this box and followed with a week of National mourning granted by his excellence Koswe.

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    • Gold digger
      Is that supposed to be a joke?Please get serious that is a man with loved ones who care for him,imagine someone asking such a question about your child….

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