Zambia’s Freedom Fighter, Christine Mulundika has been put to relaxation at Leopards Memorial Park in Lusaka at present.
Mulundika, who died final week on Sunday March 13,2022 aged 80, was buried on the Leopards Memorial Park, after a church service at St Ignatius in Lusaka.
Vice President Mutale Nalumango represented President Hakainde Hichilema in main different mourners to witness the burial, who included Cupboard ministers and different authorities officers.
President Hakainde Hichilema in a speech learn on his behalf by Vice President Mutale Nalumango stated the previous freedom fighter is not going to simply be mourned however celebrated due to the exemplary life she lived.
President Hichilema stated Late Mulundika spent a big a part of her youth actively supporting the independence battle of mom Zambia.
“We misplaced two eminent individuals whom we are going to eternally stay indebted to for his or her nice contributions and sacrifice to the independence battle of our nation,” he stated.
President Hichilema additional famous that within the submit unbiased Zambia, Mulundika was among the many few girls who served in excessive management positions in UNIP till 1991.
He added that the late Mulundika’s profession within the public service started within the late 1960’s and was among the many first few Indigenous girls to be educated as a Trainer at Minga Lecturers coaching Faculty.
The President additionally defined that late Mulundika was an ardent freedom fighter that exhibited her dedication to the welfare of different individuals.
He stated Mulundika ventured into Unionism, which was predominantly a protect of the male people at the moment.
“Late Mulundika will go down within the historical past of our nation as an architect of the emancipation of girls within the office,” he stated.
He urged Zambians to emulate the late Mulundika’s patriotism and contributions to the event of the nation and honour her legacy.
The President stated the legacy left by Mulundika will proceed to encourage the present crop of leaders as she promoted peace and unity.
And giving a vote of thanks, Chieftainess Nkomesha urged upcoming politicians to serve the curiosity of the individuals like what late Mulundika fought for.
She praised late Mulundika for preventing for the liberation of Zambia to realize independence.
ZANIS stories that the late Mulundika is well-known for the 1995 Supreme Court docket judgement dubbed: ‘Mulundika and 7 others on the Public Order Act (POA)’. On this case, the appellants challenged the constitutionality of sure provisions of the POA Chapter 104 of the Legal guidelines of Zambia (now Chapter 113), particularly part 5 (4).