United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has called Zambians to kick out the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) from power because the party has failed to run the country national affairs.
Mr. Hichilema says the MMD has failed to deliver on its promises from the time it has been in power for the past 20 years.
He noted that the party has failed Zambians on many issues such as the amendments of the constitution and the electoral reforms.
The UPND presidential aspirant says Zambians should get ride of old leaders and vote for the best ones that will improve the country’s economy.
He says economic prosperity will only happen if new leaders are voted into office and urge Zambians to turn up in large numbers to vote on 20th September to cast their vote.
Mr. Hichilema advocated for a continuous voter registration and an online voter registration.
And Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) president Edith Nawakwi has implored Zambians to vote for leaders that are clear thinkers and have better vision for the country.
Ms. Nawakwi says Zambians can not afford to have the same leaders who will continue to retard the country’s development.
She pointed out that the Movement for Mult-party Democracy (MMD) under the leadership of President Rupiah Banda has failed to bring up development that the country needs.
Ms. Nawakwi noted that some leaders have been in power for a long time and they are the ones who have launched the campaigns of vindictiveness.
“ You see up to now we still have leaders from 1950s who have not changed their mind set, they still have the mentality of settling scores when campaigning this is the time for clear thinkers to give us solutions for the future,” Ms Nawakwi says.