United Party for National Development UPND President Hakainde Hichilema is the richest of the presidential candidates in this year’s general elections.
The UPND leader has declared assets worth of K46 billion.
This is according to the declaration of assets he has filed in his Presidential nominations before Chief Justice Ernest Sakala.
Mr Hichilema has declared land and buildings to be worth K 22 billion .
President Rupiah Banda has also declared assets valued at K5. 8 billion. President Banda’s assets included personal properties worth K2.8 billion and K2billion cash at the bank.
Patriotic Front President Michael Sata has declared 7 guns worth K26 million , a Cresida Motor Vehicle valued at K15 million and 20 000 shares in Chilanga Cement valued at K150 million .This is according to figures obtained by ZNBC News in Lusaka on Friday.
Charles Milupi of the Alliance for Democracy and Development ADD has declared K35 billion worth of assets. Mr Milupi’s assets include 60 000 shares in CEC valued at K4 billion , 100 000 shares in Lafarge Cement valued at K750 million and 60 per cent shares in Tiiseza Zambia Limited valued at K1.8 billion. Mr Milupi’s other assets include Six Motor vehicles, a Tractor, Gun and K3 billion cash at the Bank.
National Movement for Progress Party President Ng’andu Magande has declared assets valued at K6 billion. Mr Magande’s assets include popota farm in Choma, three motor Vehicles and a short gun.
FDD President Edith Nawakwi is worth K4 billion after she declared her assets before the Chief Justice. Ms Nawakwi’s assets include motor vehicles and a farm in Lusaka west.
The Zambia for Empowerment and Development President Dr Frederick Mutesa has declared assets worth more thanK3 billion. Dr Mutesa’s assets include three Motor Vehicles worth K300 million and a double story house valued at K 3.5 billion.
Heritage Party President Godfrey Miyanda has declared a small holding property estimated at K1 billion and a Four bed roomed house.