6th July 2020
HUNDREDS of United Party for National Development (UPND) members today attended the funeral service of Kennedy Julu, the Lusaka Province Youth Secretary who died last week.
Party members from the Copperbelt, Livingstone and Kaoma, led by the party National Chairman Mutale Nalumango, converged at Memorial Park Cemetery to pay their last respect
President Hakainde Hichilema described Julu as a loyal, dedicated and trustworthy youth who was committed to the ideals of the party.
Lusaka Province chairman Obvious Mwaliteta, who spoke on behalf of President Hichilema, said Julu would be missed for his tremendous support to the party.
He appealed to the PF to free the country’s political space and allow citizens to freely enjoy their rights and freedoms such as the freedom to associate and assemble as enshrined in the constitution.
Julu, who died last Friday at the University Teaching Hospital, will fondly be remembered for his gallantly, team work and commitment to a fair, just and equitable Zambia in which all citizens enjoy their social, economic and political rights.
Several senior party officials that include the Secretary General Stephen Katuka, National Trustee Collins Maoma, Chairperson for Mobilisation Silvia Masebo, deputy Treasurer General Felix Ngoma, deputy Religious Affairs Chairperson William Njombo and deputy National Youth Chairperson Gilbert Liswaniso attended the funeral.
Others in attendance were Lusaka Province Chairperson Obvious Mwaliteta and his deputy Grace Chivube, Lusaka Province Youth Chairperson, Brian Mizinga and his deputy Anderson Banda. District officials and representatives from the student national command were also in attended. The Chilanga district executive also attended the ceremony.
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