Monday, February 26, 2024

UPND will deliver all its promises-Haimbe


Minister of Justice Mulambo Haimbe says the United Party for National Development (UPND) government will deliver all the promises it made to the people of Zambia.

Mr Haimbe who is also Lusaka Central Member of parliament has called on stakeholders and faith based organizations to come on board and supplement the government improving the welfare of the less privileged in the society.

Mr. Haimbe was speaking when the Muslim social welfare trust in collaboration with a German faith based organization Hasene donated an assortment of food items to Lusaka central constituency in Lusaka today.

He said it is just right that humanity is shown to everyone regardless of their race, ethnic group and nationality.

‘’We believe that giving is part of humanity not putting in mind one’s background, ’’ said Mr. Haimbe .

Vice Chairperson of the trust ,Haroon Zulu said the society thought of helping the less privileged in Lusaka constituency.

And acting sister in charge at bauleni health facility Jennifer Sindano expressed gratitude for the gesture from the two faith based organizations.

The two organizations donated 50kg of beef and 5 bags of mealie meal at the bauleni clinic and 100 packs of beef to kabulonga ward 19 in the state lodge area.


  1. Talking nicely but No tangible results
    Ex workers and in service are still waiting for partial payment of napsa and znpf payment to all the beneficiaries regardless of age

  2. You guys don’t need to be so defensive, the government is delivering.
    Do not try to answer the rubbish comments that are being but just concentrate on highlighting what you are doing and whats being done.
    Ignore the naysayers.

  3. @dE JAVU: Atleast choma is still within , manje iwe when you go back home you ll ve to cross borders all the way to the Katannga region mune. Infact Lusaka is a Tonga-Chief Lusaka of sala/lenje people. Lenje is a branch of tonga incase you didnt know.. all the way upto Kabwe,coming down to mumbwa-all that is Tonga land mune-washala.

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