By NATION REPORTER
ZAMBIANS are assured of enhanced livelihoods with the newly launched Patriotic Front manifesto, PF Chipangali Constituency aspiring candidate Andrew Lubusha has said.
Mr Lubusha said President Lungu had proved that he held Zambians in high esteem through the launch of the new manifesto.
He expressed confidence that the new PF manifesto would lead to empowering Zambians without living anyone behind.
Mr Lubusha said PF was on the right direction in ensuring that lives of Zambians were uplifted.
“I want to commend President Lungu for launching this progressive document. I have no doubt that this is well intended and will uplift the lives of our people without living anyone behind. Kudos to President Lungu and our party,” he said.
And Partners in Mission Works director of logistic and strategic movement, Lemmy Bwalya, said President Lungu’s leadership had proved to be exemplary and unique owing to the kudos he was getting from most traditional establishment.
“Recently, we went on the entourage with Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries, paid courtesy calls to various chiefdoms in Western and North Western provinces. Chief Ndambu, narrated that he was over 50 years old and he had never seen any Government perform wionders like PF was doing,” Mr Bwalya said.
Mr Bwalya challenged the PF administration not to leave the church behind in the development of the country.
“The church shouldn’t continue begging, but utilise this opportunity by working with Government in order to access seeds of pastures and regumes, which is said to have been imported from Canada and Australia,” he said.
Mr Bwalya said the church could be a folk point in the fight against poverty and could also help government to create employment opportunities for congregants and the general citizenry.