Monday, June 24, 2024

The Death of Dr Chileshe Mulenga is a drawback to several projects-Kampyongo


Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo says the demise of the late home affairs permanent secretary Chileshe Mulenga is a drawback to several projects in the ministry.

Mr. Kampyongo says the late Dr Mulenga scored a lot of success which saw the transformation of both the police and the Zambia correctional service through various projects.

He says among them was the construction of police and correctional services officers housing unit across the country.

Mr. Kampyongo says the late Permanent Secretary has left a good and admirable legacy which needs to be emulated by many Zambians.

Home affairs Minister was speaking during the funeral church service of the late permanent secretary Dr Chileshe Mulenge at Anglican cathedral of the holy cross in Lusaka.

First lady Easter Lungu, Patriotic front-PF deputy secretary general Mumbi Phiri and other senior government officials joined several people that gathered at the Anglican Cathedral of the holy cross to pay the last respect to the late permanent secretary Dr Chileshe Mulenga.


  1. Looking at the performances of the Police services and Zambia correction services, Iam afraid to say he didnt do any transformation unless you mean transforming them into PF units. As for housing Edgar Lungu also claims to be the archtect of those projects.

  2. What have projects got to do with the demise of someone’s son, daughter, brother, sister, husband or wife?

    This is a very insensitive eulogy or LT’s summary of the eulogy. When did doing become more important than being?

    The sum of every human being is in their being rather than in their doing.

  3. Please don’t insult citizens.

    Put you head to the grinder and work to complete those costly developmental projects before 2021.

    One man cannot be used to mask things.

  4. Not to sound insensitive but everyone is not indispensable…when u die and u work for an organisation…life goes on without u…it doesnt stop. May his soul rest in peace

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