US Vice President, Kamala Harris has concluded her two day visit to Zambia .
Ms Harris has since flown back to the US.
The US Vice President was seen off by Vice President Mutale Nalumango and other senior government officials.
While in the country,Ms Harris met President Hakainde Hichilema at State House where she announced support worth over 16 million dollars to Zambia.
Before arriving in Zambia, Ms Harris had also visited Ghana and Tanzania and arrived in Zambia Friday, 31st March,2023, and was accompanied by the Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff
After meeting President HICHILEMA,Ms Harris also visited Parliament where she posed for pictures at the foundation stone laid by Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, Mary on October 26, 1964.
The US Vice President Saturday visited PANUKA FARM, a farm practicing smart agriculture, in Chibombo District.
She later engaged business and philanthropic leaders where she reiterated the need to invest in African ingenuity and creativity to unlock incredible economic growth and opportunities.
Ms Harris’s visit has sought to advance US assistance to Zambia in accessing the digital economy, strengthening business ties and investment through innovation, entrepreneurship, as well as economic empowerment to women.