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Alba Iulia
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Zambia National Road Funds Agency (NRFA) dinner gala in Pictures

Photo Gallery Zambia National Road Funds Agency (NRFA) dinner gala in Pictures

Zambia National Road Funds Agency (NRFA) hosted a dinner at the official closure of the just ended Africa Road Maintenance Funds Association (AMRFA) exchange forum. The dinner took place at Lusaka Ridgeway Sun Hotel.

NRFA head quarters based employees Muyunda Sakala and Rachael Namukolo acting as directors of the ceremony during the NRFA dinner in honour of ARMAF exchange forum delegates. Courtesdy Jean Mandela

NRFA head office transport officer Tresfor Mwansa modelling in Zisiba Lozi tradition design during the modelling. Courtesy Jean Mandela

ARMAF malawi national roads fund admnisration Malawi delegate Kenneth Matupa dancing with NRFA employee Patrick Musonda. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA KAtuba toll gates employees Maria Malakata and Christopher Mwazabi in traditional and summer categories respectively during the modelling in the newly launched NRFA corporate chitenje outfit. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Chongwe toll gate collector Janet Banda modelling in traditional and summer design categories .Courtesy Jean Mandela

Sarah Manda showing off her outfit.Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Cecilia Kaoma modelling in in the newly launched NRFA corporate chitenje outfit.Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Katuba toll gate based Ethel Milambo in in a tradition design category during the modelling. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Chongwe toll gate collector Janet Banda modelling in traditional and summer design categories respectively. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA employee Katuba toll gates collector Sarah Abdallah modelling in a traditional design category .Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA employee Katuba toll gates collector Sarah Abdallah modelling in a a traditional design category being introduced by NRFA employee Patrick Musonda modeling in the newly launched NRFA corporate chitenje outfit.Courtesy Jean Mandela

Sarah Abdallan and Sarah Manda showing off their outfits.Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Katuba toll gates collector Maria Malakata in an Indian traditional design look like category during the catwalk in in in the newly launched NRFA corporate chitenje outfit. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA Katuba toll gate Felitus Mulenga in a tradition design category during the modelling. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA employees turned into modelers cladding in the newly launched NRFA/RTSA corporate chitenje outfits. Courtesy Jean Mandela

Malawi national roads fund administration CEO Stewart Malata, Zambia NRFA board chairman Kaitano Chungu and Zambia NRFA CEO Wallace Mumba launching a new NRFA corporate chitenge outfit. Courtesy Jean Mandela

NRFA headquarters control room center Patrick Musonda acting as a “knife boy” prior to the unveiling of NRFA/RTSA chitenje outfits. Courtesy Jean Mandela

ARMAF Mozambique National Road Fund delegate Antonio Mumba on stage with Amayenge singer Alice Chuma. Courtesy Jean Madela

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22 COMMENTS

    • Clear lack of seriousness and leadership …its no wonder substandard roads are being created at a whooping $1 million per kilometre without even adopting any value management practices.

    • Pa Katuba Toll Gate pali nchito!! No wonder there is always traffic congestion there, now we know!! Katuba, here we come!!

  1. Indeed we should be more serious. Tolls have been collected for years now and no noticeable improvement in the state or quality of road infrastructure. All the countries represented here , without exception have better roads than Zambia.

  2. PF government makes rules,regulations and policies which they change to suit the new program just like animal farm. They are not bothered by what is negatively affecting the ordinary citizen because they will do anything to suppress you.They will call you ba Red,UPND supporter,the police will docket for your,your employer will fire and the PF cadres will beat.
    Toll gates were built to generate funds for road maintenance and construction,but now things have changed. First the money was stolen and later found.There is no proof whether the money was really stolen or really found. Next is partying enjoying their sweat I wish Zampost ,UNZA,NHA workers were invited to see and learn how their counterpart were doing.
    So parties are used as a conduit pipe for millions of kwacha to finance PF…

  3. So parties are used as a conduit pipe for millions of kwacha to finance PF under world activities like bribing defectors. GBM cost more than 300 members or cadres following him. Hiring of cadres from one town to another. Cadres employed to operate as Black Panthers ; people doing bad things to please their superiors without getting instructions from higher authority. For instance those guys threatening Kambwili . Proof no one was arrested to-date. They can even burn the market and accuse their worst enemy where everyone will easily believe or convinced

  4. So this is where the moneys for toll gates are going? What’s wrong with this country? Why can’t people be serious for once? We have very little resources and we choose to misuse them by organizing unnecessary parties.

  5. Even at funerals beer is served.

    Hard working employees who have achieved a lot take off time to relax and bond and you are up in fits.

    Love Chagwa and not the Masked Unsmiling one

    • That’s what’s wrong with African culture, you expect to be fed or eat at the house of mourning.
      Learn to eat and drink at your own expense.

  6. One solution to the plastics paradox.Was to recycle plastics.In to road building materials.Peter Carlos Hinds.

  7. Barbados has banned plastic.Barbados could legalize the bow and arrow next.Plastics will always be a feature in modern medicine and car manufacture.Peter Carlos Hinds.

  8. Given the bad economic situation, I hope the participants bought tickets to pay for the expenses of this unproductive event

  9. How much was spent on unveiling a chitenge and who will be wearing thst same chitenge? How is the govt money which has been spent on this useless venture be recovered? Useless venture in that ministries have not been funded for months when nrfa spend on hotel conference to launch a chitenge not to forget millions paid to the designer and printing abroad (abroad). Is nfra now going to be selling chitenges and collecting tolls at the same time?

    And your chitenge is a bad designed chitenge.

  10. You make money everyday but you fail to fund the contractor’s. Can someone explain where the money is taken.

  11. Misplaced priorities, the whole NRFA executive must be probed and sent to jail. Why not give that money to local government who are struggling to pay salaries to council workers? This is why we always behind.

  12. Shame Shame Shame….Zambians are paying toll fees which have gone into chitenge material!!! Will all road users be given 2 mts of chitenge after paying till fees? what a sham! the material is so so badly designed. no sane Zambian can wear it. This was just entertainment for the Malawian visitors.

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