COSUA mourns with Zambia following the death of the country’s first president

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By New Europe
The European political newspaper

Zambia's first president, Dr. In a telephone chat with New Europe, Abebrese, who is himself a pan-African leader, indicated that his organization, COSUA, is ready to coordinate their participation in the funeral for Dr. Facebook







The President of the Coalition of Supporters Unions of Africa (COSUA), which is a civil society partner to the African Union, has extended the organization’s condolences to the Government and people of Zambia following the death of the country’s first president, Kenneth Kaunda. “His legacy is larger-than-life. Abebrese specifically referred to the mentorship role that Dr. Kaunda’s mentorship, as he helped to empower them and to liberate their respective countries from colonial rule. Speaking on a Voice of America news bulletin on June 17,  the Ghanaian-born attorney for the New York Supreme Court, Sarfo Abebrese, said Dr. Kaunda played in nurturing ties with the likes of South Africa’s Nelson Mandela, as well as Robert Mugabe from Zimbabwe and Sam Nujoma from Namibia. Kaunda through the offices of the President of COSUA Zambia, Pastor Peter Makembo, and that of Zambia’s Daniel Mundea, the Chief Director of Operations of COSUA Global. “It’s safe to say, that as Kwame Nkrumah was, in the liberation struggles of the West African states, so was Kenneth Kaunda in the Southern African countries”, Abebrese said, in reference to the fact that Kaunda’s ascension to become president of an independent Zambia in 1964 did not stop him from continuing to assist other countries to help the, gain independence. Kenneth Kaunda, passed away at the age of 97 on June 17, 2021. His legacy lasts, not for a lifetime, but forever”, Abebrese concluded. Kaunda played a leading role in the emancipation of several Southern African countries after fighting for, and obtaining, independence for Zambia. These were just a few of the political leaders from southern Africa who benefitted from Dr.