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Vice President Nalumango arrives on the Copperbelt for two says working visit


Vice President, Mutale Nalumango has arrived in Ndola for a three-day working visit on the Copperbelt province.

The plane carrying the Vice President touched down at Peter Zuze airport at 09:45 hours this morning.

Copperbelt Minister, Elisha Matambo and Permanent Secretary, Augustine Kasongo were on hand to welcome Mrs Nalumango.

She has been accompanied by Local Government and Rural Development Minister, Garry Nkombo.

The Vice President and her entourage have since proceeded to Kitwe.

According to a programme yesterday revealed by the province administration, the Vice President is expected to visit Kapalala market to see how traders are conducting their businesses and will on Sunday, September 4th, join congregants at Lubuto’s United Church of Zambia (UCZ) before attending to other programmes.

Mrs Nalumango is also expected to visit Lubuto Secondary School, a school at which she spent part of her early life as a teacher and will return to Lusaka on Tuesday, September 6,2022.


  1. Why hide under the disguise of official visit? Don’t take us for fools. You’re there to campaign for your UPND candidates. You could have made this trip long ago to sympathize with those who lost their livelihood in the infernal. This is the problem with politicians, they only show up when they need something from you. Kitwe, unlike Kabwata, show them by not voting these pretenders. This taking advantage of people should come to an end.

    • I support UPND but they have to prove they are different. If this is a campaign trip then the party should pay for the costs. In the US if the president uses AIRFORCE 1 for campaign then he pays for the cost of flying. It. Zambia shouldn’t be any different.

    • Did your big but wlfe tell you that we always had expensive drinks at state House, when she told you she was going for over night prayers. Take your anger out on her not my boys. She is for the streets

    • I believe its Peter Zuze Air Force Base used to be the premises of the old Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport until late 2021,

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