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Inonge Wina holds talks with Indian communications company

Headlines Inonge Wina holds talks with Indian communications company

Vice President Inonge Wina holds talks with India’s Eagle Techsec Communications

Vice President Inonge Wina says climate change and acts of terrorism are the biggest challenges the world is currently facing.

Mrs. Wina says time is therefore ripe for Zambia to take greater steps in preventing acts of terrorism.

She says Government has invested heavily in building public infrastructure which needs latest technology to protect it.

The Vice President says private sector investors that have built large scale infrastructure such as mines and shopping malls should enhance security to prevent disaster hazards.

Mrs. Wina was speaking in Indore City in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh when she held talks with India’s Eagle Techsec Communications, an Indian company specialised in the protection of large-scale public infrastructure.

The Vice President has since urged Eagle Techsec Communications Chief Executive Officer Harsh Gupta to submit a Letter of Intent through Zambia High Commission in India for intensive assessment to ascertain viability.

This is contained in a statement released by First Secretary Press and Tourism at the Zambian Mission in India Bangwe Naviley.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Continue lying to the people of Zambia…wasting tax payers money for medical treatment pretending to be on working trip….typical PF

    • But that’s ok you coward without name.
      It’s perfect to get medication, and payback with some media or dreams for the country.
      Inonge is politically doing perfect well, and her ministers are better than Ba Edgar’s ministers.
      Inonge has Sylvia Chilikosa and Olipa Phiri… Well groomed ministers.

    • @Nostradamus take time to reflect on your comments, it’s a sign of immaturity to be undecided in political matters. Badala is it UPND, PF, or Inonge Wina? I hear they have some great plays on broadway over there in the US, I suggest you take some time off socials, you are becoming a non factor. Bye.

    • Now back to facts. I hate to criticize but I like to ask good questions. What business is Inonge Wina attending to in india that ECL did not finish on his last trip less than a month ago? My suggestion: Mama Inonge just resign and enjoy the fruits of your hardwork with your grand kids, this is really not worth it, the political environment in Zambia now is too toxic and unstable for a queen of your age. Let these boys finish each other while you enjoy your pension. Mwabombeni mama, twalumba. I feel bad seeing this great woman being subjected to political pressure created by an unstable regime.

    • @Nostradamus
      You live your life on Lusaka Times at least have some respect for fellow bloggers…..get a life brother find some better things to do….what have you gained so far for blogging 9 years straight on Lusaka Times…if i post 1 comment in 2 weeks i feel obnoxious….just saying

    • @Anno, I ever on LT and many other religious websites because am extremely hard working.
      I make money, and breath off at LT. Can you imagine 9 year and still standing?
      Don’t be lazy, work hard and have fun.

    • Don’t smoke medical grade without a prescription. I can smell it through my screen. And take it easy on that bourbon, tomorrow is another day. You ain’t making sense.

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