His Excellency Dr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, President of the Republic of Zambia is sad that the country has lost a number of traditional leaders in recent months and has sent a message of condolences to Luapula Province Minister Nixon Chilangwa on the death of Chief Kasoma Lunga of the Unga people.
The President has also wished the bereaved family and the Unga people of Lunga District God’s guidance as they mourn Chief Kasoma Lunga, whose original name was Mr. Kasongo Muchembe.
“It is sad that we are losing traditional leaders who are the custodians of our cultures. May his soul rest in eternal peace,” the President lamented.
In recent months, the country has lost Chief Nyamphande of the Nsenga people of Petauke, Senior Chief Ndungu of the Luvale people of Zambezi and Chieftainess Shikabeta of Rufunsa.
In other news – Mahule hit hard by COVID-19 Pandemic
Social distancing and quarantine is not working well for thigh vendors aka mahule. Reports from neighboring Zimbabwe and South Africa are that, these ladies of the night are now putting up wall advertisements on the gates to say HULE Pano.
But how is the situation here in Zambia as these are one of the most affected especially since their job involves contact. This is not the time to look for a new career path. Everyone out there is practising social distancing and their jobs have been affected. continue reading
Source: Zambia Reports