Tasila Supports Vulnerable People in Chief Sekute’s Area

President Edgar Lungu’s daughter Tasila has distributed 400 bags of mealie meal to vulnerable people in Chief Sekute’s area in Kazungula district under her Ubulayo initiative.

Tasila was accompanied to chief Sekute’s area by Kazungula district commissioner Pascalina Musokotwane, Nangula Geingob, the daughter to Namibian President Hage Geingob and Princess Tirelo Molotlegi of the Royal Bafokeng Nation of South Africa.

“I was privileged to visit communities in Southern Province recently. I was warmly received by Chief Sekute in Kazungula where we were able to distribute 400 bags of maize meal as part of our Ubulayo initiative accompanied by Kazungula District Commissioner Ms Pascalina Musokotwane,” stated Tasila.

“I was joined by Namibia’s First Daughter, Ms Nangula Geingob, who has been supporting communities and orphans through her Patty’s Heart Foundation in Namibia and Her Royal Highness Princess Tirelo Molotlegi of the Royal Bafokeng Nation of South Africa which is home to the world’s largest platinum deposits, which are managed for the benefit of the kingdom and its people through a sovereign wealth fund.”

She stated that the visit allowed them to interact with the community and also to learn more about the challenges they encounter “and also the solutions they have put in place”.

“Thank you so much to the people of Southern Province – TWALUMBA,” stated Tasila.




  2. mulobezi

    Gud job tasila com to western as wel nd sho them hw comited u nd yo dad are.

  3. King cool

    Leaning on their promises , to help the vulnerable people in society

  4. Wiseman

    Wow my God bless you and be with you always and many more years to come. Zambian is now being a fully Christianity national.

  5. Alison

    May God reachily bless you Tasila for such a generous heart you are born with.

  6. Mr Peace

    That’s it my dear young sister.One Zambia One nation.Big hear and selflessness.Like Father like daughter.May our Lord richly bless you and the whole first family.

  7. Chester

    Job well done Ms Tasila Lungu. God bless and reward you.

  8. ben

    Well done young lady! Next time it should be 400 bags of fertiliser on time not after rain.Bravo and bless you.

  9. Sam

    Wise Tasila viva 2021

  10. Saimbwende

    Congratulations Tasila as well your friends who accompanied you, you exhibiting characteristics of leadership please continue reach out also here in North Western

  11. Gessik

    This young lady really has a heart for the poor .Those of you who are always’ mfyo mfyo

  12. Savimbi

    Good move, we need you to visit us to Chikonkomene/Chisamba

  13. Flankers


    • Israel John Ngoma

      This is leadership quality God bless you tasila lungu.

  14. Israel John Ngoma

    This is leadership quality God bless you tasila lungu.

  15. One love

    Your legacy it will pay you back ,God will add more years to come,the word thank you mum to those people its white meal meal on your head ,and what does it mean?

  16. Simate silishebo

    Iam wandering why people u r praising her , after all this r project payed by doners and she is also benefiting

    • Gershom ingwe

      People let’s appreciate what sister and her friend s did may God bless you like Father like Douter continue helping people mwandi nathokoza

  17. Kays Mayo

    Come 2021 ,everything will change your name, your level, etc don’t warry God is watching!

  18. shaka

    well done young lady

  19. B m

    God bless u tasila, even as here in mwase mpangwe lundazi
    eastern province we need ur support , if u can help as with bore walls , we have shortedge of water.

  20. Lee Muchenga.

    Job well done Tasila.

  21. Kk

    Well done my child God bless you

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