Thursday 22 February 2018

As first major changing decison; new President Edgar Lungu appointed Inonge Wina as Vice President: What could this new administration brings to Zambia?

This action can be perceived as racial as long as the fomer VP Guy Scott long contested, was dropped out!
33% (1 vote)
A lady as Vice President: Zambia may experience drastic changes.
0% (0 votes)
It's the same ruling PF party spirit .
67% (2 votes)
Total votes: 3

Zambia's newly-elected President Edgar Lungu on Monday appointed Inonge Wina as the country's first woman vice president.

The new Zambian vice-president is seen as a unifying person in the governing party who stood with Lungu when the party was divided into factions following the death of President Michael Sata last October.

"She stood up for the party. She is a unifying factor; she is a mother and she will bring a breath of life to the government," Lungu said.

Lungu, who has appointed only eight ministers of his 22-member cabinet, has retained ministers from the previous administration led by Sata.

Alexander Chikwanda retained his position as finance minister while Harry Kalaba stayed as foreign minister.

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