Secretary General (SG) Chileshe Mpundu Kapwepwe on Thursday 12 September visited the Embassy of Zimbabwe in Lusaka and signed the book of condolences opened for the former President H.E Robert Gabriel Mugabe. She was accompanied by the Assistant Secretary General, Administration and Finance Dr Dev Haman.
The two were met by Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Zambia Ms. Gertrude Takawira.
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“COMESA joins the nation of Zimbabwe in mourning the passing of a fearless son of Africa. His contribution to COMESA as a founding father and leader in promoting regional Integration will remain a lasting legacy. We offer our sincere condolences to H.E. President Mnangagwa, the Mugabe family and the people of Zimbabwe at this difficult time…,” Ms Kapwepwe wrote in the condolences book.
After the signing, the SG said “We should not forget where we have come from, our founding fathers and their great messages kept reminding us of who we are. The late President stood up fearlessly for the African people, we shall remember him for that,”.
Earlier at the same embassy, Zambia’s Vice President Her Honour Inonge Wina conveyed her deepest condolences to the people of Zimbabwe and the bereaved family for the loss of the great son of Africa.
“President Mugabe was indeed an exceptional leader and freedom fighter for the liberation of Africa. His legacy as a defender of the liberation struggle and revolutionary against colonialism will continue to serve as a source of inspiration to all the leaders today and for the future generation,” Mrs Wina added.