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President Hichilema Leads Youth Day Celebrations with Vibrant Chipata Visit

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President Hakainde Hichilema made a notable appearance in Chipata today, marking the commemoration of Youth Day. Arriving in style aboard a chopper, President Hichilema touched down at the Chipata Golf Course around 09:53 hours, greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of residents and supporters.

The city of Chipata buzzed with excitement as scores of locals eagerly gathered to welcome President Hichilema. Along the streets, bikers revved their engines, and residents lined up, eager for a glimpse of the esteemed leader.

Youth Day holds special significance in Zambia, celebrating the energy, aspirations, and contributions of the nation’s young people. President Hichilema’s presence in Chipata underscores the government’s commitment to engaging with and empowering Zambia’s youth.

As the day’s events unfold, President Hichilema is expected to address the gathered crowd, offering words of encouragement and outlining initiatives aimed at supporting the nation’s youth. With his visit to Chipata, President Hichilema reaffirms his dedication to fostering a brighter future for Zambia’s next generation.

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  1. The ferrying of hundreds of youths from Lusaka to Chipata to attend the function has diluted the importance of the event

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    • This where our presidents go wrong….more than half of the crowd came from Lusaka…. and the man will be hitting his chest that he’s very popular….. these manipulators who benefit from cheating our presidents are part of the reason we’re retrogressing.

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  2. Well the holidays are over now. Come tomorrow, what will be the exchange rate. What will be the price of mealie meal, fuel, cooking oil. How many hours will we have power in our homes and business places. Mr Hichilema you can run away from your responsibilities by ferrying cadres from Lusaka to Chipata for a few days, after that your lies will still be waiting for you in the name of high cost of living and shortage of electricity.

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  3. The holidays are over now. Come tomorrow, what will be the exchange rate. What will be the price of mealie meal, fuel, cooking oil. How many hours will we have power in our homes and business places. Mr Hichilema you can run away from your responsibilities by ferrying cadres from Lusaka to Chipata for a few days, after that your lies will still be waiting for you in the name of high cost of living and shortage of electricity.

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  4. lt is actually happening and negativity will never take you anywhere. thw other day we heard of a passionately and concerned promising young man , a footballer makjng donations , the same jealous dunderheads failed to the reality. Ala chalipwa mwaliya

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    • Phool some of us don’t belong to political parties but as shareholders of the republic of Zambia we cannot sit idle while your party is destroying the country. Just enjoy the fruits of being in power….of course while it lasts… PF hooligans used to think like you….what are they now?
      Why should you take people from as far as Chingola to chipata just to show that your party is popular..why?

  5. lt is actually happening and negativity will never take you anywhere. thw other day we heard of a passionately and concerned promising young man , a footballer makjng donations , the same jealous dunderheads failed to the reality. Ala chalipwa mwaliya

  6. @ Chief Advisor..some of us don’t belong to political parties but as shareholders of the republic of Zambia we cannot sit idle while your party is destroying the country. Just enjoy the fruits of being in power….of course while it lasts… PF hooligans used to think like you….what are they now?
    Why should you take people from as far as Chingola to chipata just to show that your party is

  7. @Chief Advisor.When people see nonsense they should not condemn it but praise it for fear of being labeled PF. Zambia has got many varieties of citizens who are free from any undue pressures and free to support or condemn. Zambia is not Hakainde Hichilema or is Hakainde Hichilema the owner of Zambia.

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