24 on the 24th

So we are here again for the 24th time in my life and 52nd for Mother Zambia.  Seeing so many young people that have been denied a chance to get older this year,  I will not complain of my being late for some deadlines, but just thank God for bringing me this far.

I have experienced quite a number of things thus far: Some good,  some bad. I believe some form of strength and faith has been granted in the process. My focus has been directed to greater goals which are viewed as unattainable to the non-believer. There is a constant thought about the future and a few worries and fears,  but there is so much inspiration floating around to keep me going.

Noticed a few flaws and they are now subject to my efforts to change. As an aspiring future president, being introverted pushes me in the corner at times. Also I have become so aware of how what I can say could affect others, so I am learning to be careful in my speech.

I have realised like most of you how when you are doing the right thing it shouldn’t be aimed at pleasing anyone because the truth of it all is you can never succeed in pleasing all. Therefore, I have surrounded my self with people that appreciate what I do, encourage, advise and constructively criticize me.

I know I am not the first 24year old who has sucked at relationships. I have no idea what it means to be in love. Maybe it is weird and strange to many, but I am glad I have delayed having a form of weakness. I, however, haven’t been the one to delay the process because it’s not my fault I have never really met one to sweep me off my feet. My standards remain high like Zambia’s inflation. I, however, still know God got me in his programs on this issue because I still pray for her wherever she is.

I said I would not complain, but it scares me how the years have flown by. My friends are graduating, getting jobs even buying cars, but I was late for uni. I am glad to be encouraged by one comrade of mine, Mukwavi who has always told me it is no accident where I stand today.My beautiful mother also always told me, it is never too late for me. I understand it is weird for her her baby is getting old. I think we shouldn’t complain, but make the most of the time we have. I have seen 35year olds talking about how they want to make it so I guess I still have some time.

I feel even more special for being born on our great day as Zambians. Today we remember our forefathers who shed their blood for our freedom, yet again it is a day I am reminded of a need for economic independence. Every day I hope it is not too late for our salvation. Being an African leader gets tougher as the years go by.

All in all,  I am happy with who I am today. I couldn’t be who I am though without God,  family and friends. Sincerely, I wish to appreciate everyone who has supported me and helped me on my journey. I will not disappoint you all.

No need of traveling to China!! BECAUSE, eambuy 

​EAMBUY is here for you….

Before I begin I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to a comrade and a brother Mr Ng’onga for hosting me as I represent my company. It is a huge honor and opportunity you have accorded me, I am highly indebted to you, much obliged.  

Back to the article, I know you must be wondering why that title name 

Well, this article is meant for everyone. For example business people, companies, students, government and many more as it bears good news!

We are currently preparing for the removal of about 1 billion US dollars’ worth of subsidies. This ugly phenomenon will really negatively affect a lot of individuals and businesses.

Many people are building in Zambia, they need roof tiles, floor tiles, sanitary & hardware products etc. The government is building schools they also need materials. Thousands of students are being admitted into universities and colleges every six months who are in need of laptops and other academic enhancement products and a lot more people with different needs. Come to think of it, all these have prohibitive prices how can one really afford to buy them? 

Prices are very high in Zambia this forces privileged people to travel to China to buy products there because they are affordable. But again how much is spent on a round trip air ticket, Accommodation, food and also hiring someone who would interpret because of the language barrier and many more expenses that come with traveling there? 

What If I told you that we are the solution to that problem? Don’t believe me? Well I present to you an online platform that makes it possible to buy the products of your choice anywhere in the world and they will safely reach Zambia! And did I mention to you that you get to buy them at China factory price? Yep I said it, China factory price! Don’t delay our website name is http://www.eambuy.com you can visit it here

Once you buy from this platform, we shall ship the products to our Lusaka warehouse as we have an already established shipping company by the name of Eamcargo/Michaelcago. We have two transportation methods; one method is by Air which takes 5-7 work days and the second is via Sea which takes 35-45 work days.

Are you interested? Would you like to visit our showroom and offices in Lusaka? Well don’t hesitate, email me: james@eambuy.com or call or WhatsApp me on +260964918404.

Much thanks and thank you for reading
Kachimwa J

Eambuy Zambia Company Ltd Admin Assistant