Week in pictures – The inauguration of President Michael Chilufya Sata

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Inauguration of Sata - 'Pamaka' fit symbol of Patrotic Front (PF)

His excellent Mr Micheal Chilufya sata at supreme court

People - the inauguration of his excellent MCS at Supreme court.

People at the court grounds

Banner with words for the former president

Zambian opposition leader Michael Sata has been sworn in as president after beating incumbent Rupiah Banda in a tightly contested election.

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17 Comments

  1. Eunice Drew nee Banda September 28, 2011 at 9:31 pm -  Reply

    Well done KING COBRA. MWAGWILA NCHITO. GOD bless u forever and ever Amen. Don’t forget to give nurses free uniforms as u did before whe u were a minister of health.

  2. Psycho September 27, 2011 at 10:38 am -  Reply

    Well,Chanda Chimba the Third,what are you going to do now.Let me advise you Sir,just try to run away like William Banda.Maybe ,you have PF neighbours out there.Next time learn to shut up your mouth.NIZAKO NA NTOTA! ZAKO,LELO,LELO,LELO,LELO!

  3. Mwanta zee September 25, 2011 at 2:15 pm -  Reply

    Guys The Zambian Embassy in the U.S and the one in China has to be polished.All those merciless diplomats should pack and go back to Zambia ,Just like their boss RB has.They are really bad.The Zambian Ambassador to China even told my sister that she’d fire my husband just by the phone call to Rupiah Banda .She frightens all those men up.The young guy Secretary for trade has to follow her on her back to go sign documents in shops she like to enter in the streets of Beijing.Diplomats don’t care when they operate those missions

  4. charity September 24, 2011 at 4:13 pm -  Reply

    Iam so proud of Zambians for being so peaceful for 46 years during each election event and change of Government . Lesa apale, epashili pakuleka.

  5. fb September 24, 2011 at 11:07 am -  Reply

    A smile and wave is very important 2 n political leader 2 his/her supporters. I liked mr RB’s smile 2 de zambian pipo at mr sata inuguration celemony.we will miss RB’s smile.

  6. rbeeeeeee September 24, 2011 at 11:03 am -  Reply

    BREAKING NEWS: WILLIAM BANDA HAS JST BEEN NABBED BY POLICE IN NYIMBA AT A ROAD BLOCK AS HE WAS HEADING 2 MALAWI. THIS IS A WARNING LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. DO NOT TAKE PIPO 4 GRANTED!

    • Psycho September 27, 2011 at 10:51 am -  Reply

      Actually there so many people who are intending to run away because of their misdeeds and mistreatment of the Zambian people.William Banda was trying to run away because,i think he is truly not a real Zambian and has somewhere to run to unlike most of the poor Zambians he was insulting.Those “guilty” Zambians should just wait and let the Law take its course.Rememberthat on your way up,respect the people down there for they will be your comforters and ladders on your way down!

  7. Chomba September 24, 2011 at 8:57 am -  Reply

    TULETASHA KUBENA ZAMBIA BONSE KUCHIPATA NAKUCHOMA KWINE…….. Sata and PF will now show the Zambian what governance is. What we have longed in years is now here!!!!! Bravo Zambia. We must be proud of ourselve to correct our own mistake,,,,,,,,, Rubish Bin out once and for all, now we will deal firmly na chakolwa kaili iule Dora. You see days are numbered, where is chifre today? Wiliam Banda??? Mumbi??? Tizaona

  8. Henry Mwengwe September 24, 2011 at 7:43 am -  Reply

    The Key Note Speech, by His Excellence the Fith Republican President Mr M.C.Sata is very clear and straight foward. No time to relax. Congratulations and thanx to all good meaning Zambians for the Peace and patience we had during the longest hours of days we were waiting for the results.

  9. DNice September 23, 2011 at 10:02 pm -  Reply

    well done sata, you have really worked hard. now its time to prove your critics wrong and i know you will. you are down to earth and you know your mother country zambia like the back of your hand. I wish i attended your inauguration. M ay our dear loving God guide you as you embark on this journey to rule his pple. Dont forget the boat has just set sail and there will be a lot of turbulent waves but take hid, God will be with you all the way.

    VIVA SATA VIVA

  10. Prof Mulenga September 23, 2011 at 9:31 pm -  Reply

    Mwabomba Bashilufya sana. This is a time for us in diaspora to start contemplating on ways to extend our knowledge to our upcoming youngsters and intellectuals especially in the area of physics and chemistry. I hope our new president will pay serious attention to the area of research in nuclear medicine.

  11. Nubian Princess September 23, 2011 at 7:48 pm -  Reply

    RB still has time to plant mbalala nokusekwila. The man was bawling like a baby at the thought of no more jet setting in the challenger.

    Also new President needs a dentist on work on his grill. I hope he has stopped smoking as well, that is just foul for a President to do.

  12. D. Mulenga September 23, 2011 at 7:28 pm -  Reply

    Ala nintemwa foko pali ba Sata!

  13. D. Mulenga September 23, 2011 at 7:21 pm -  Reply

    Tata twatotela kabili twamitasha. Ni Lesa tula. Nokubwela twalabwela nomba. We now feel we are in safe hands’ I have experienced your devotion and good discharge of services when you were in the Ministry of Health. BRAVOOOOOOOO!

  14. zulu September 23, 2011 at 6:38 pm -  Reply

    RB Steps down and Dora Siliya takes over the MMD.

  15. Zambian September 23, 2011 at 5:27 pm -  Reply

    Happy Happy Day! God is good indeed!

    Thank You UKZambian!

  16. terence September 23, 2011 at 4:37 pm -  Reply

    Yes Rupiah go back to the farm thats where you belong! you are a disappointment to the nation, especially to the young ones.

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