Message of Condolences from the United National Independence Party on the tragic death of Comrade Alexander Grey Zulu, a former Secretary General of UNIP in the 2nd Republic, Monday 17th August, 2020, Lusaka, Zambia
MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES FROM THE UNITED NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE PARTY ON THE TRAGIC DEATH OF COMRADE ALEXANDER GREY ZULU, A FORMER SECRETARY GENERAL OF UNIP IN THE 2ND REPUBLIC, 17TH AUGUST, 2020, LUSAKA, ZAMBIA.
The United National Independence Party learnt with much sadness and regret about the demise of Cde Alexander Grey Zulu, a former Secretary General of UNIP for many years in the 2nd Republic.
We wish to convey our deep and heartfelt condolences to his Dear wife, and children on their tragic loss.
We pray to God Almighty to comfort them at this difficult time as they feel the pain of the passing of a beloved husband, father, grandparent, uncle and indeed a relative and friend to many.
The late Cde Alexander Grey Zulu served the Party and the Nation at large with distinction during his period of service. As a freedom fighter he was a committed nationalist who sacrificed and shared selflessly his time and resources for the cause of freedom and independence for our country.
As a leader both in the Party and it’s Government he was firm, disciplined and dedicated to duty. He worked for the sake of his fellow Zambians and humanity at large.
Cde Alexander Grey Zulu contributed immensely to the development of human capital and institutions both in Zambia, and the African continent, In particular the Southern Africa Region where he was a reliable ally of the struggle against the forces of reaction, racism, apartheid, neocolonialism and imperialism. He was truly committed to the cause for human freedom, peace and progress across the globe.
Cde Alexander Grey Zulu was a hero of national struggle, a builder of our nation, and a friend to the underdog, the vulnerable, the displaced and the common people of our country. We celebrate his life as simply one of us.
May His Soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
Tilyenji Chanda Kaunda
FREEDOM HOUSE, LUSAKA, ZAMBIA