Football Association of Zambia (FAZ)’s Presidential aspiring candidate, Hanif Adams says he is not bothered by racial remarks being done against him by his opponents.
ZANIS Sports reports Adams, who is also Lusaka Dynamos proprietor, saying that no amount of racism shall derail him from achieving his goal of leading the next FAZ Executive committee.
Adams said the racist remarks don’t bother him or affect his campaign in any way because he knows who he is as he was born and bred in Zambia.
Adams said an interview, Thursday, that for this reason he has advanced his campaign trials with the latest being one in Mazabuka, today.
He said that he has so far received positive response from the various affiliate clubs in the provinces he has visited in his campaigns.
He said sympathizers have given him encouragement and assurance that he was the right man for the FAZ top seat.
The Lusaka Dynamos proprietor said he is so far keeping a positive attitude towards the election adding that he was hoping for the best results in the elections he said would be tough.
To round off his campaigns, he will tour Kabwe and Chipata districts on Monday and Tuesday,respectively.
Adams said that he will, on Friday which is the day before the election, hold a press conference in Lusaka at Club Infinity to present his manifesto.