Sunday, June 16, 2024

Voter Turn out in Pictures

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Chawama residents line up to cast their votes at Andrew Mwenya polling station in Chawama today.
Chawama residents line up to cast their votes at Andrew Mwenya
polling station in Chawama today.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu casts his vote at Andrew Mwenya polling station in Chawama today.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu casts his vote at Andrew Mwenya polling
station in Chawama today.
There was stampede due to overcrowding before residents casted their votes at Andrew Mwenya polling station in Chawama today.
There was stampede due to overcrowding before residents casted
their votes at Andrew Mwenya polling station in Chawama today.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu at Andrew Mwenya,Crawford polling station in Chawama today.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu at Andrew Mwenya,Crawford polling station
in Chawama today.
=PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu votes at Andrew stationpolling station in Chawama today.
=PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu votes at Andrew stationpolling station in
Chawama today.
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu having his details on the voter's card checked by Electoral officer at Andrew Mwenya polling station in Chawama
PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu having his details on the voter’s card
checked by Electoral officer at Andrew Mwenya polling station in
Chawama
Vice President Inonge Wina casting her vote at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina casting her vote at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina getting her NRC after received a ballot paper from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina getting her NRC after received a ballot paper from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina receive the ballot papers from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina receive the ballot papers from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina receive the ballot papers from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Vice President Inonge Wina receive the ballot papers from the polling assistant at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Polling assistants verifying the names and NRC from the voters at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Polling assistants verifying the names and NRC from the voters at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Polling assistants verifying the names at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Polling assistants verifying the names at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Thousands of people queue to cast there votes at silverest polling in Chongwe District
Mr. Leonard Mukupa of Serenje district casting his vote at 6:50hrs at Serenje Boma Primary in Serenje Central constituency.
Mr. Leonard Mukupa of Serenje district casting his vote at 6:50hrs at Serenje Boma Primary in Serenje Central constituency.
An inmate casting his  vote at Mansa correctional services polling station in Mansa Central constituency.
An inmate casting his vote at Mansa correctional services
polling station in Mansa Central constituency.
A- Catholic Nan casting her vote at Mansa Basic School Polling Station in Bahati constituency.
A- Catholic Nan casting her vote at Mansa Basic School
Polling Station in Bahati constituency.
 VOTERS at Council Guest House Polling station in Bahati constituency line-up to cast their votes.
VOTERS at Council Guest House Polling station in Bahati
constituency line-up to cast their votes.
Senior citizen casting his vote at Mansa Council Guest House polling station in Bahati constituency.
Senior citizen casting his vote at Mansa Council Guest
House polling station in Bahati constituency.
VOTERS at Muchinka Polling station in Mansa central constituency line-up to cast their votes.
VOTERS at Muchinka Polling station in Mansa central
constituency line-up to cast their votes.
Thousands of people queue to cast their votes at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Thousands of people queue to cast their votes at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Kamulanga Primary School Polling Station Polling Officer  Mr. Nkhata making sure voters are doing the right things at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Kamulanga Primary School Polling Station Polling Officer Mr. Nkhata making sure voters are doing the right things at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
-Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
-Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
-Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
-Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Kamulanga Primary School Polling Station Polling Officer  Mr. Nkhata making sure voters are doing the right things at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Kamulanga Primary School Polling Station Polling Officer Mr. Nkhata making sure voters are doing the right things at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Thousands of people queue to cast their votes at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Thousands of people queue to cast their votes at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituenc
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituenc
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituency
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituenc
Polling assistants verifying the names of voters at Kamulanga Primary School in Kabwata Constituenc

17 COMMENTS

  1. From the pictures i can see that change is in the air .Thanks to voters for coming out in large numbers.

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  2. Huge turn out is always bad news for the ruling party. I am proud of Zambian people for taking this election serious. Kudos

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  3. Change for what you don’t know what you are talking about if you were there when we changed , you can not talk about what you are saying .
    To tell you the truth you are now better of than in 1992 when change was inevitable now change for what , when things are looking up as we can see from the development in the country of course no one will buy you mealiemeal for your children ! if you didn’t get the empowerment funds you missed it all.
    They were pleading to give you money you were refusing.

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  4. ECL does not stand a chance. His time is up. Zambians have had ENOUGH. Large turn out is a sign Zambia is about to Witness HISTORY in the making.

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  5. ECZ is run by crooks. It conspired with Lungu to can rallies. Looking at the crowds at polling stations, it is very easy to spread Covid-19.

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  6. you are so excited by change when you don’t know what kind of people you are engaging. you will suffer and remember ecl

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  7. Very encouraging to see so many people out to exercise their democratic right. Hope some of the usual ‘elements’ don’t rear their heads to spoil things after this.

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  8. Kikikikikikijukija Hehehehehehe nkunkunkunkyu hahahahahaha kwekwekwekwe kwikwikwikwikwi hohohohoho.
    Thanks Zambians for giving ECL a renewed and final term and granting h² a 6th.

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  9. Huge turn out is a result of many PF supporters showing up. Don’t confuse yourselves thinking they are upnd supporters

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  10. L times, not even one picture of he likely incoming Presido – we have to go to foreign web pages to see him voting? this pathetic

  11. Good turn out, although we all know this election is short of free and fair, video upon videos have been circulating, confirming the irregularities and apart rigging of this election.

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  12. @L Times is very biased towards the incoming Presido. Being a TRUE journalist requires covering both sides equally. These are the reasons Zambians have had ENOUGH and want CHANGE.

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