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Kaunda an African leader who did much for Africans


The African leaders were attending the funeral of the Zambian fallen hero of all time Liberator in the region of SADC and Africa as a whole, Zambian independence leader Kenneth Kaunda state funeral on Friday at Lusaka.

The old man who has contributed to many developments in the African continent and the indepence of various African countries including South Africa, and also having housed the African National Congress in Lusaka during the difficult times of apartheid.

Kaunda he was aged 97 when he passed away on the 17th June 2021 at the military hospital in Lusaka where he received treatment of undisclosed illness.

Many of the heads of states in Africa gathered at the National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka amid the global pandemic, there were seen adhering to Covid-19 regulations and wearing of masks and socially distancing.

Among those leaders were the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and the Zimbabwean President Emerson Mnangagwa.

Kaunda was the leader of the Front line States that fought with the apartheid regime in South Africa, the group included Zambia, Botswana, Lesotho, Angola, Swaziland, Tanzania and Mozambique, then Zimbabwe then join in later after defeating Ian Smith with the help from Front line States.

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