Twenty-five-years-old Comrade Christine Nawa Musole is a strong young female Zambian citizen, born March 1, 1996, at Kabwe’s general hospital in Central Province.
Born in a family of three, in which she’s the youngest child, her father passed away when she was a month old. He was a Mbunda/Luvale from Kaoma in Kalumwange, while her mother – a daughter of the late chief Mayankwa – is Lozi from Lukulu. Musole is Christian by faith, and a committed member of the redeemed Christian Church of God.
Musole attended primary school at Imwiko and Senanga basic school, both in Western Province, from 2003 to 2008. In 2009, she was accepted to pursue her secondary school education at Mulambwa Secondary School for her grades eight and nine, and at Kambule Technical Secondary School for her grades 10 to 12. She then pursued higher education at the University of Barotseland in Mongu.
In 2019, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education, with a major in English and minor in religious studies.Musole loves singing, reading, creating and performing poetry, as well as playing football.
At Kambule Technical School, Musole was head girl, and then served as general secretary of the University of Barotseland Students’ Union for two years. She was appointed provincial representative by the Zambia Association of Musicians NationalCommittee, which she is still a member of. Being involved with ZAMNC has exposed Musole to other platforms organised by international non-governmental organisations, such as Oxfam’s “I Care About Her” programme.
Musole has worked as a sales assistant, and as a presenter on Mongu FM Radio. She is also a graduate of the Pan-African Ideological School, trained both within and outside Zambia.
Since graduating, she has been involved in facilitating ideological training sessions. The school focuses on political education, and targets individuals from across the world, as well as the Socialist Party’s pool of cadres.