Photos of the day: protests continue at embassy in London

Protests to free political prisoner Hakainde Hichilema continued today at the Zambian High Commission in London.
Small, effective efforts

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    Jbl 2 months

    They are barely surviving.some cant even afford an air ticket to zambia for holiday.no place is better than home

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    Jbl 2 months

    They are barely surving in uk.some cant even afford an air ticket back to zambia for a holiday.

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    Have lived before in Europe for close to 8 years as a masters and PhD student. I have more property in terms of houses and plots than some of those economic immigrants who have no house of their own and only rent council flats in the UK. They may eat better but they have nothing to sustain them over the long term. No wonder you hear some of these people telling the Zambian President when he meets Zambians abroad that government should help them acquire land at home. Yet most of us here at home have up to six or so properties and plots.

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    Jbl u the worst stupid dull poor man! What do u ve? Nothing and I mean nothing. Shame on u. I know u well.

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    London 2 months

    In Europe you don’t need 100 people to protest already the European Union is taking action this is not Africa the ball game is different just check how free the are to carry on the protest everyday learn from that!

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    Democrat 2 months

    Economic migration has been the reality of the world throughout history and very few countries in the world are inhabited by the original people, you yourself is a product of African migration either from the Southern or Nothern and Eastern parts of Africa, America, Europe itself are all made up of migration based on economics. These economic migrants do contribute foreign exchange through remittances that pay for the travels of your political masters. You would be morecuseful imploring your masters to sort out the economy.

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    lol 2 months

    The crowd mwebantu shuwa…4 people again..lol

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    Jbl 2 months

    To hell with them

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    Norrish Harrinson 2 months

    Economic refugees in London are doing better than your ass! They have good health facilities, school facilities, etc, You are just jealous of them those economic refugees in London. Given an opportunity you would run to go to London today.
    You stay under an oppressive government and you have no clue how it feels like to live in a real working economy. Too bad for you.

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    unknown 2 months

    they live well better an average Zambian. our country is in trouble lets accept this reality.
    May the Lord come through for this nation

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    Economic refugees in London.

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      Yes, they are economic immigraters to London. What’s better to continue suffering under a leader who is not recognised by half of Zambia. You are such a fool and dull. I believe you are also a stinking rat eater from the eastern of Zambia.

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      You don’t just support for the sake of supporting even when you can see your pf is not doing the right thing e.g look at the masses at the state house gate protesting due to none payment of their money for a number years, it’s very difficult to reason with people like you

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      muyayaya 2 months

      Im enjoying life in diaspora baba olo tivutika.You cant compare with life style ya zed