Zambia to setup Kenneth Kaunda Museum

Government has announced plans to establish the Kenneth Kaunda Museum in memory of the contributions made by the late first Zambian president towards the liberation of the country.
Seniya Banda, News Reporter

LUSAKA – Government has announced that it intends to establish Kenneth Kaunda Museum in memory of the contributions which were made by first republic president towards the liberation of the country.

Speaking during a briefing to announce the launch of the inaugural KK memorial Public Lecturer, Ministry of Tourism and Arts permanent Secretary Evans Muhanga says government intends to approach cooperating partners to help establish the Kenneth Kaunda Museum.

Muhanga said currently, little work has been done to document the life and contribution of President Kenneth Kaunda therefore the need to establish the museum.

Meanwhile, Centre for Policy Dialogue executive director Caroline Katotobwe said the organization is working with the Kenneth Kaunda Foundation in organizing an inaugural KK memorial Public Lecture.

The lecture will be graced by former South-African President Thabo Mbeki and former Mozambique President Joachim Chissano.

Katotobwe said the event is slated for the 29 June, 2022 and will be open to 500 people only.

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