Monday, June 17, 2024

President Hichilema expected in Central Province today for One day working Visit


PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema is tomorrow November 1, expected in Central Province for a one day working visit.

Central Province Permanent Secretary Milner Mwanakampwe says the Head of State will visit Masansa area to check on government projects before meeting traditional leaders in Mkushi later in the day.

Mr. Mwanakampwe told ZANIS in an interview on Monday that the Republican President will also interact with farmers in the district.

President Hichilema will after the program travel back to Lusaka.

The minister further disclosed that that government has released funds towards payment to farmers who supplied maize to the Food Reserve Agency (FRA).

He said that the payment process is underway.


  1. Just roaming and pretending to work.
    Wasting resoures on gallivanting.

    Zambia needs a savior not a stooge of western hegemonic exploiters

  2. Good job so far HH, we are not yet there but the direction is good, and I think the war in Ukraine will end soon so that the world can stabilize. The wasted years were really 2011 to 2021, MMD did a better job by far. PF came and destroyed everything and I think they think politics is a sketch that you play in a theater, for how do you interpret PF wanting to come back again after glaring failure, MMD left kwacha to dollar at K7, fuel per liter at K7, inflation at 7%

  3. MMD left kwacha to dollar at K7, fuel per liter at K7, inflation at 7% kkkkkkkkkk were is the dollar to kwacha under the UPND just 365day+ in office. the biggest problem with the UPND you are quick to look for answers from outside now you are busy praying for the war you have no control about. if the PF were a failed Government why do you always talk about them? better talk about Government projects which were commissioned by your Government and are now been inspected better.

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