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Thursday, April 8, 2021

The remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Pictures

Photo Gallery The remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Pictures

President Edgar Lungu greets Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu greets Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

Freedom fighters Jackson Bwalya, aged 103 (right) and John Monze, aged 98 being led to go and lay wreaths at the National Cenotaph during the remembrance day.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
Freedom fighters Jackson Bwalya, aged 103 (right) and John Monze, aged 98 being led to go and lay wreaths at the National Cenotaph during the remembrance day.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

From (right) Former Vice Presidents Enock Kavindele, Nevers Mumba and two Cabinet Ministers Bwalya Ngandu, Finance and Joseph Malanji of Foreign Affairs during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
From (right) Former Vice Presidents Enock Kavindele, Nevers Mumba and two Cabinet Ministers Bwalya Ngandu, Finance and Joseph Malanji of Foreign Affairs during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji (left) confers with his Finance Counterpart Minister Dr Bwalya Ngandu during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji (left) confers with his Finance Counterpart Minister Dr Bwalya Ngandu during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

Lusaka City Council Councillors pose for a picture with Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
Lusaka City Council Councillors pose for a picture with Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa during the remembrance day at the National Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

Service Chiefs give salute during the remembrance day at the national Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
Service Chiefs give salute during the remembrance day at the national Cenotaph in Lusaka. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu talks to Freedom fighters John Monze 98 (left) and Jackson Bwalya aged 103 years during the remembrance day at the national Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS.
President Edgar Lungu talks to Freedom fighters John Monze 98 (left) and Jackson Bwalya aged 103 years during the remembrance day at the national Cenotaph in Lusaka.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS.

President Edgar Lungu lays a wreath at the national Cenotaph during the remembrance day in Lusaka. The day is observed annually to remember the fallen heroes who fought in the first and second world wars.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu lays a wreath at the national Cenotaph during the remembrance day in Lusaka. The day is observed annually to remember the fallen heroes who fought in the first and second world wars.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

7 COMMENTS

  1. My president is black and proud of his country and roots. Patriotism is vital for development. In diaspora can you say the Same about the people that lead you ?

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  2. In diaspora we are proud to be working under and contributing taxes to people in charge who are not fraud convicts and corrupt theives…..

    We thank God for that ,

    …..and pity Zambians paying taxes when theives are in charge……

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