South Chiefs and HH donate a living gift of Livestock to GBM’s Son and his bride

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Muma Mwamba and his bride

UPND President Hakainde Hichilema yesterday donated one Brahman Bull to the newly wed couple to empower them and compliment the other four heifers donated to them by traditional leaders from Southern province.

President Hichilema presented his donation during the ceremony held at his Vice President’s residence in Lusaka over the weekend.

Earlier Chief Mukuni of the Toka-leya people in Kazungula district on behalf of chiefs Hamusonde and Nalubamba presented four heifers to the newly-wed Couple.

Heifers are female cows that have not yet given birth and are usually used for dairy and beef.

And Chief Mukuni said it was a blessing for parents to witness their children and grandchildren start own families as that is the way of sustaining and strengthening communities.

Chief Mukuni said he was glad to learn that Chisanga was late Ben Mwila’s daughter who too was his close friend just like Dr Mwamba.

Muma Mwamba the last born son of UPND Vice President Dr Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba yesterday wedded his childhood friend Chisanga Mwila third born daughter of the late Ben Mwila the longest serving Defence Miniser.

Brahman is beef that’s mostly used and common in United States of America, Australia and South America and is often used for cross breeding.

The bulls weigh around 900 Kg more than cows, they are very good mothers and as a breed their libido is strong.

Below is the copied image of how a Brahman Bull looks like

UPND Media Team


2 Responses to South Chiefs and HH donate a living gift of Livestock to GBM’s Son and his bride

  1. Ehee
    Those are good gifts.
    The Tonga and Bemba have lived in harmony since time immemorial.
    It is only during PF rule that we have seen a divide.
    But God forbid, the Zambian people will remain one.
    More so when PF departs from power.

    Real Patriot
    October 18, 2017 at 6:09 pm

  2. Dreamers wl never end!

    October 19, 2017 at 3:29 am

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