Luapula province minister Besa Chimbaka has charged that the opposition in the country have run out of campaign ideas and have thus resorted to empty criticism of government social and economical development programmes.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with ZANIS yesterday, Mr Chimbaka charged that the opposition political parties do not have agenda to stick to.
He has told off the opposition political parties that are not able to tell the people what their parties are capable of doing when in power.
He advised the opposition to stop undermining the achievements the MMD government has continued to score especially in the Luapula province.
The provincial minister said the negative criticism on government will not deter its focus to ensure that various development projects are undertaken in all parts of the country including Luapula province.
Mr Chimbaka said the opposition must convince Zambians what they will offer them instead of hiding their manifestos and taking to enticing the people to believe government is not doing enough.
The minister said Zambians will not accept such people because they have nothing to deliver.
He accused some of the opposition party leaders as people who have questionable character and may just perpetuate plunder of government resources.
Mr Chimbaka said that everyone has been witnessing how President Rupiah Banda’s government is developing the country at a fast passé.
He further advised people in Luapula province to ignore all sorts of violence during the period of campaign.