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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

President Lungu’s Weekend in Pictures

Photo Gallery President Lungu's Weekend in Pictures

President Edgar Lungu  held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.
President Edgar Lungu held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.

President Edgar Lungu  held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.
President Edgar Lungu held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.

President Edgar Lungu  held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.
President Edgar Lungu held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.

President Edgar Lungu  introduces his delegation to  Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi
President Edgar Lungu introduces his delegation to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi

President Edgar Lungu  introduces his delegation to  Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi
President Edgar Lungu introduces his delegation to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi

President Edgar Lungu  introduces his delegation to  Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi
President Edgar Lungu introduces his delegation to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi

President Edgar Lungu  held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.
President Edgar Lungu held bilateral talks with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi in that country’s capital Kinshasa.

EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, welcmes President Edgar Lungu at Chipata airport yesterday. PICTUE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
EASTERN Province Minister, Makebi Zulu, welcmes President Edgar Lungu at Chipata airport yesterday. PICTUE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

ARCHBISHOP of Central Africa, Albert Chama, speaking during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
ARCHBISHOP of Central Africa, Albert Chama, speaking during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

ARCHBISHOP of Central Africa, Albert Chama, speaking during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
ARCHBISHOP of Central Africa, Albert Chama, speaking during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

BISHOP John Osmas, founder of the Anglican Eastern Diocese, speaking during the commissioning of the new church building named after him in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
BISHOP John Osmas, founder of the Anglican Eastern Diocese, speaking during the commissioning of the new church building named after him in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, Anglican Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama ( Middle) and Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Veronica Mwiche, during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican Church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, Anglican Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama ( Middle) and Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Veronica Mwiche, during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican Church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

THE Anglican Church clergy dance to a song during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
THE Anglican Church clergy dance to a song during the commissioning of the John Osmas Anglican church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, Anglican Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama ( r) and Anglican Bishop of Eastern Zambia, William Mchombo, after the commissioning of the John Osmas church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, Anglican Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama ( r) and Anglican Bishop of Eastern Zambia, William Mchombo, after the commissioning of the John Osmas church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, plants a tree at Saint Pauls Anglican Church in Chipata after he commissioned the new John Osmas Anglican Church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu, plants a tree at Saint Pauls Anglican Church in Chipata after he commissioned the new John Osmas Anglican Church building in Chipata yesterday. PICTURE BY STEPHEN MUKOBEKO/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu  paid a  40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu paid a 40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata

President Edgar Lungu  paid a  40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu paid a 40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata

President Edgar Lungu  paid a  40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu paid a 40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata

President Edgar Lungu  paid a  40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata
President Edgar Lungu paid a 40 minutes courtesy call on the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Chipata George Lungu, who rejected Empowerments Funds, at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Chipata

22 COMMENTS

  1. Let us be serious,you mean the whole of a country like Zambia does not have news.The whole weekend the news cycle is Edgar Lungu and the Hatembos.This is totally ridiculous.

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  2. ECL says “Criticize in private”.

    The catholics have been publicly issuing Bishops letters reminding successive regimes of their poor governance since the KK days.

    Why should the catholic bishops give ECL and the PF any special treatment?

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  3. Good morning, our humble president is at it. He visited those that have different views on the presidential empowerment funds.
    He is accepts people even those who do not agree with him. That’s what we call leadership

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  4. Having your new church commissioned by a president who trespasses on every single one of the ten commandments, and who has failed the country in every respect. Not a good idea!

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  5. A great man sacrificing his weekend for the benefit of his people. Meanwhile childish is inna coma and has his team posting childish things on Faycebook. Then when he loses elections he will claim we rigged and yet he is just a lazy loser

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  6. SOME !D1OT IS OBSESSED BY UPND AND SAYING THE LEADER IS IN A COMA
    ISNT OUR PRESIDENT WHILE NOT IN A COMA IS TO SOME EXTENT BRAIN DEAD
    DONT HIS ACTIONS REFLECT^SUCH ???
    JUST SAYING

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  7. A Lie doesn’t become the truth, Wrong doesn’t become right, & evil doesn’t become good,
    Just because the president & PF say so !!!!!!!!!!

  8. The hople.ss mor.on ,

    busy shamlessly commissioning churches when the economy is on us knees and unemployment and debt at record highs…

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  9. The hople.ss mor.on ,

    busy shamlessly commissioning churches when the economy is on us knees and unemployment and debt at record highs…

  10. (1) Walking president. If only he could sit down and do actual work. (2) It seems Covid-19 is not a concern for Zambians.

  11. Edgar Chagwa Lungu looks good in pictures but his track record and worsening statistics are the complete opposite of “looking good”

  12. Debonair it is, you’re right. Pity 99% of the Zambians can’t afford buying even one small pizza! That’s because the same guy has ruined the country’s economy and emptied it’s coffers!

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