Zambia 2021 Polls: Incumbent Zambian president inspects newly-built bus terminus in Kapiri Mposhi ahead of August polls

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Zambia Polls: Incumbent Zambian president inspects newly-built bus terminus in Kapiri Mposhi ahead of August polls

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu yesterday inspected the newly-built bus terminus in Kapiri Mposhi town as part of his campaign trail a head of the August polls.

Source in Zambia informed Whisper Eye that the presidential race has heated up especially between incumbent president Lungu of the ruling Patriotic Front party (PF) and major opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema popularly known as HH of United Party for National Development (UPND).

“I’m happy that this modern facility has added value to the town,” says Mr Lungu.

“Once opened soon, this facility will allow bus operators to work in a safe environment and travellers will be assured of many facilities to make their lives convenient,” President Lungu added.

He told Zambians that building the bus terminus is part of their broad program of his government to develop the country.

“This is what we mean when we say we are developing the country without leaving anyone behind. It is a mantra we believe in; it is a mantra we live,” Mr Lungu said.

Mr Lungu also called upon all Zambians to join the struggle to fight against the deadly Covid-19 disease which is a threat to mankind at the moment.

“I also took time to sensitise our citizens on the need to prevent the spread of Covid-19,” the President said.

“I spoke about the need for all of us to get involved in the fight against this pandemic This is not an individual fight; we must fight collectively,” he added.

He said that leaving the fight against Covid-19 disease to the Ministry of Health is the worst mistake anyone can do.

Zambia will go to polls on 12th August 2021, there are 16 presidential candidates in the race.


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