Lusaka District Commissioner, Ashell Kampengele, has expressed sadness at the passing on of a couple and their two children who died in an inferno in Misisi compound of Lusaka. Mr Kampengele also visited the funeral house where he donated food stuffs and money to the bereaved family. He passed a message of condolences on behalf of President Michael Sata to the bereaved family, urging them to be united during the trying period. Mr Kampengele said government and the entire nation were mourning with them and pledged to support the bereaved family until burial. He said government will take care of all the necessary requirements and has since bought four coffins in preparation for the burial. And family representative, Fanny Mwale, thanked the government for the support rendered during the mourning period. Ms Mwale identified the deceased as Mr and Mrs Chulu with their two children. They are survived by three children with one is still admitted to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH). She said Mrs Chulu died when she was trying to serve her husband and the two children who were sleeping in the house when it caught fire. Ms Mwale said the deceased couple left behind two children Maxwell and Zachea Chulu aged nine and seven years and are both in school.