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Zambia is immensely proud of the legacy that the late First Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda has left behind-Wina

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Vice President Inonge Wina has said that Zambia is immensely proud of the legacy that the late First Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda has left behind which has been appreciated and respected globally.

Ms Wina says Zambia is incredibly proud that it produced an international statesman in Dr Kaunda, the reason his death is an emotional loss to Zambia and the world at large.

Mrs Wina was speaking when she visited the funeral house of the late former President Dr Kaunda at State Lodge, in Lusaka today.

The Vice President said Dr Kaunda, amid the life’s challenges lived by his Christian values which reflected in his life and the government that he led.

Mrs Wina indicated that reactions from many leaders in the world and international organizations sending their messages of condolences is evident of the great man that the nation has lost.

“His passing brings very strong memories of the past in my life and the life of this nation. When we remember where we have come from, where he brought us to and where we are today, it is Zambia that we can be proud of,” an emotional Mrs Wina stated.

Vice-President ,Inonge Wina breaks down when she visited the funeral house for the Late former Frist President of Zambia Dr Kenneth Kaunda In Lusaka.
Vice-President ,Inonge Wina breaks down when she visited the funeral house for the Late former Frist President of Zambia Dr Kenneth Kaunda In Lusaka.

The Vice President added that Dr Kaunda prioritized the lives of many people which became his hallmark of leadership coupled with humility even when he could have claimed glory for himself.

She explained that Dr Kaunda participated in shaping the African vision of an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, winning him a special award by the African Union on May 25, 2021, during an event held to celebrate the African Freedom day.

“My personal memories of working with the late President will long be cherished, especially his ability to serve mankind even in his old age,” she said.

Mrs Wina wished the family continued peace and harmony during the challenging period while she expressed confidence that they will remain united.

She urged all Zambians to honor the late President by picking life lessons from his service and inclusive leadership by abiding by the one Zambia one nation motto.

Vice-President ,Inonge Wina signs the book of condolence at KK 's funeral house, for the Late former Frist President of Zambia Dr Kenneth Kaunda In Lusaka.
Vice-President ,Inonge Wina signs the book of condolence at KK ‘s funeral house, for the Late former Frist President of Zambia Dr Kenneth Kaunda In Lusaka.

Meanwhile, Dr. Kaunda’s son, Panji Kaunda, said his father’s leadership is sufficient for the family to build on.

Mr Kaunda disclosed that his father lived a fulfilled and good life, adding that he was the best man who valued peace among the people.

“Keep peace at all times, that is what my father taught. He always said, without peace and love for people, we cannot have development,” Mr. Kaunda stated.

He stressed the need for Zambians to look beyond the tribe and treat everyone fairly in to honor Dr Kaunda’s vision of Ubuntu.

16 COMMENTS

  1. Yes Inonge Wina is 100% right.KK’s legacy will be much much brighter than the tarnished legacy of Lungu/Wina team.

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  2. KK LEGACY WILL HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO AFFECT ON ZAMBIAN POLITICS
    STOP PUSHING KK DOWN OUR THROATS AND GET ON WITH THE JOB AT HAND
    YOU CANNOT HOODWINK US ANYMORE

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  3. Why does nobody remember the food shortages in the KK era? Long lines for cooking oil and mealie meal? Lots of people were hungry……

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  4. And what legacy will the corrupt thieving moron lawyer leave behind ?????

    Debt, high inflation , corruption, political violence , unprecedented tribalism, a rotten corrupt judiciary and police……

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  5. I don’t know how Inonge Wina can break down yet during the re introduction of Multipartism she was one of advocates of bringing down the UNIP Regime. Had it not been for Levy’Mwanawasa’s and RB’s independent thinking the KK legacy would have been consigned to the dust bin. Lets not cry crocodile tears and call a spade a spade. Constitutionally KK deserve what is being accorded and some quarters should not make capital out of the current situation and swing voters minds in their favor, it’s a deal done. Without any doubt the KK legacy will live on o forever and and set the bar high to achieve by current corrupt political leaders including the church ones who have been hiding behind the pulpit yet taking political sides and dividing the nation further. We know them by their fruits even…

  6. Edgar China Lungu is relieved that the discussion on PF’s failing policies has moved to KK’s death. But don’t worry, on August 12 all Zambians will remember that PF stands for Lying about everything, not delivering anything!

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  7. Bo Wina, and you deviated from the values KK espoused, shame. I like Panji’s sentiments and if Bo Wina is wise, she would read between the lines, clearly the Kaunda children/family are not amused by these PF’s and are clearly taking charge

  8. KK’s legacy was to unite Zambians and build a strong “One Zambia One Nation “. The ECL/ PF Regime has destroyed KK’s moto choosing to divide the Nation. The PF Reign has destroyed Zambian Nation and the Economy. The ECL Regime has seen the Breakdown of Rule of Law, Constitutionalism, Good Governance and lack of respect for Human Rights.On August 12 Zambians have resolved to get rid of the violent, Corrupt, incompetent and Visionless ECL Regime. Zambians are hoping HH and UPND Alliance will be elected into Power and deliver Peace and Devt that we all want. HH aka Bally will fix it.

  9. Panji Kaunda, said his father’s leadership is sufficient for the family to build on.

    Mr Kaunda disclosed that his father lived a fulfilled and good life, adding that he was the best man who valued peace among the people.

    “Keep peace at all times, that is what my father taught. He always said, without peace and love for people, we cannot have development,” Mr. Kaunda stated.

    He stressed the need for Zambians to look beyond the tribe and treat everyone fairly in to honor Dr Kaunda’s vision of Ubuntu.

    Wise words

  10. What legacy is this gogo talking about, the one of stealing the Barotse National Treasury orchestrated by her husband and Kaunda! Foesek!

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