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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, November 25, 2020

President Lungu heads to Copperbelt for 1 day working Visit

General News President Lungu heads to Copperbelt for 1 day working Visit

President Edgar Lungu is today Wednesday, September 16 expected on the Copperbelt Province for a working visit.

Copperbelt Province Minister, Japhen Mwakalombe has confirmed to journalists in Ndola , saying President LUNGU will arrive Ndola’s Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport at 17 hours.

Mr. Mwakalombe said the Head of State will on Thursday, September 17, inspect progress of works at the Kafulafuta Dam in Masaiti district.

He said the Kafulafuta water project will accelerate the diversification agenda where sectors such as agriculture, tourism and manufacturing are expected to start.

Mr. Mwakalombe disclosed that while in the province, the President will also meet the clergy to appreciate their challenges in administering the works of God.

He added that President LUNGU will later meet the business community in Ndola to chat the way forward on how to address matters affecting commerce in the district.

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  1. Lungu is the biggest threat to peace in Zambia. If we don’t get rid of him, we will find ourselves killing one another. Let get rid of him before we reach that level.

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  2. Kikikikiki!! Just 1 day! why not take 10 days. Add meeting marketeers in Masala and Chifubu to the program. Then visit Chipulukusu and empower them with presifunds.

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  3. So ndola tonight won’t have load shedding. That’s how Lungu is running the country. Once he leaves it will be back to normal of black outs. Boma yapa Zambia

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  4. One word: TAKAPITE. What is he doing? He was given a mandate to govern, he is finished the whole 5 years just campaigning. He doesn’t want to work, so get rid of him so he can go and work in retirement. Don’t pay him package, convert the allowances he is getting for moving up and down every week into his pension. We want someone who is going to work in 2021. No time for Lazy Bums use mwankole!

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  5. Civil war is looming in Zambia, Lungu and Kampyongo must release all political prisoners now and avoid interfering in peaceful elections. People have advised Kampyongo to stop issuing NRCs in pf strongholds only but has not listened. So what should the people do ? Just watch? No ! Only one drone can stop Kampyongo and his boss .

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  6. President Lungu is most hardworking president Zambia has seen.. He his work schedule and ethics are incomparable. Keep developing our beloved country EL. You have OUR support

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  7. My hardworking president. Meanwhile the opposition upnd and diasporan upnd cows are criticising because they don’t have the value of hard work instilled in them. Their demigod leader is only good at throwing insults in public while the upnd diasporan are used to lining up for state welfare benefits in the country they have sought asylum. Very embarrassing to our nation of hardworkers

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  8. To appreciate challenges men of ‘God’ are facing in administering their message! They are failing because they are pastors for Lungu and not for the suffering masses of God.

  9. And we are just there sitted watching this guy damaging our country. He thinks being president is dancing around the country. What a shame.

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