PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu should be given a 100 percent vote in Western Province in the August general elections, says PF Deputy National Mobilisation Chairperson Geoffrey Mwamba.
He said President Lungu has visited Western Province more than any other President since 1964, a sign that he is a President for all Zambians.
Mr Mwamba has since urged the people in Western Province to give President Lungu a fresh mandate in this year’s elections.
He stressed that there was a need for all Zambians to embrace the ‘One Zambia One Nation’ motto as in the case of Joseph Malanji who hails from North-western but is a Member of Parliament on the Copperbelt.
Mr Mwamba was speaking during a PF mobilisation meeting in Natukoma area of Shangombo district.
“I want you to emulate Northern Province where I come from. I also want you to emulate Copperbelt Province where Joe Malanji is MP, but he hails from North Western Province to vote for a President on merit and not region,” he said.
He urged the people of Shangombo to vote for a leader that would bring the country together unlike a leader that could divide the country.
And Bright Kufuka, who is PF Western Province Provincial Chairman, agreed with Mr Mwamba that President Lungu was equal to the task.
He said Western Province has realised that it is time to join the rest of the country in supporting the PF led Government.