Hundreds of Kaputa residents
yesterday gathered at Chimbamilonga Guest House grounds to watch the
live proceedings of the requiem mass and burial service of late
republican President Michael Chilufya Sata.
The residents who were led by Kaputa District Commissioner, Chrispine
Kachusha and Acting Chieftaines Kaputa followed the proceedings on a
big screen that was mounted by government.
The Patriotic Front also mounted another area where people also
followed the proceedings on television.
And Mr. Kachusha has thanked Kaputa residents for turning out in
numbers to honour and celebrate the life of President Sata.
He said the unity that the people of Kaputa have demonstrated during
the funeral of Mr. Sata shows how much they appreciated him and his
agenda for the country.
Meanwhile, Mr. Kachusha has told ZANIS in an interview in Kaputa that
the district will always remain indebted to President for his efforts
in developing the area.
The DC noted that under President Sata’s leadership the district was
earmarked for unprecedented development through the construction of
tarred roads, schools, and health centers.
President Sata who was Zambia’s fifth president died in London last
month and was buried at Embassy Park in Lusaka yesterday.