Kenneth David Kaunda


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Noun1.Kenneth David Kaunda - statesman who led Northern Rhodesia to full independence as Zambia in 1964 and served as Zambia's first president (1924-1999)
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Audiences were held with Pedro Piris, former President of Cape Verde; Baking Muluzi Babacar Ndiaye, former president of the African Development Bank (BAD); Fadrique Bandira, former Head of State of the Republic of So Tom and Prncipe; Kenneth David Kaunda, former President of the Republic of Zambia, and Miguel Trovoada, ex-leader of the Republic of So Tom and Prncipe.
It deals with the abiding influence of Christianity in the political odyssey and legacy of dynamic African leaders such as Kenneth David Kaunda of Zambia, Julius Kam-barage Nyerere of Tan--zania, Sylvanus Olym-pio of Togo, William Tubman of Liberia, and Thomas Joseph Mboya of Kenya.
Kenneth David Kaunda, on Thursday said that during his nearly six-decade-long career in politics, he had been greatly inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, India's Father of the Nation, adding that he had followed with keen interest Gandhi's method of non-violence in the struggle against injustice.