KPMG Zambia has expressed profound gratitude for the life and legacy of Zambia’s first President Kenneth Kaunda through a gesture of giving his independence struggle home a facelift.
“Today, we gather to celebrate the life and legacy of Kenneth Kaunda, a true hero and great statesman”, read an extract of a speech read by Malala Simungala KPMG’s Senior Manager – Technology Advisory Services, on behalf of KPMG Management on the eve of the KK national holiday.
“Kaunda was a man who dedicated his life to fighting for freedom justice, and equality. He was a visionary leader who led Zambia to independence and inspired the whole of Africa to fight for their rights and dignity”.
The face-lift to the late former Presidents Chilenge House, which is a National Monument situation in Lusaka is a symbol for the independence struggle, is testament to the firm’s commitment towards national values.
“Kaunda’s legacy is a testimony to the power of leadership and selflessness. He stood for the principles of unity, love, and non-violence, and he never wavered in his commitment to creating a better world for all”.
KPMG Zambia is one of the leading audit and advisory services is committed to being socially responsible. “We are committed to making a positive impact through our corporate social responsibility initiatives, and we strive to exemplify the same principles of leadership and service that Kaunda stood for”.