Meanwhile, the body of late President Michael Sata was this morning taken to parliament for a special session that will accord lawmakers an opportunity to conduct body viewing for the last time.
All major roads in the city are closed as the body of President Sata will made its final rounds starting with parliament and later State House.
Parliamentarians viewed the body in the morning before visiting Heads of State also get their chance later at State House where the body will lie in state prior to burial tomorrow.
The major roads in Lusaka that are closed are Great East, Great North, Church, Addis Ababa, and Chikwa roads among others.
President Sata will be laid to rest tomorrow at Embassy Park at a highly restricted event that will have only 2, 200 attendees.
The former Head of State died on October, 28 in London where he had gone to seek medical treatment.