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|Member of the National Assembly|
|Preceded by||Hendrick Liebenberg|
|Succeeded by||Sikota Wina|
In the January 1964 general elections, Banda contested the Roan constituency as the UNIP candidate, and was elected to the Legislative Council, one of the three women elected alongside Margret Mbeba and Nakatindi Yeta Nganga. At independence later in 1964, the Legislative Council became the National Assembly. She lost her seat in the 1968 elections and later served as a district governor and UNIP's provincial secretary in Copperbelt Province.
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- Sub-Saharan Africa Report, Issues 2457–2463, p22