A new journey for Zambia – HH

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Babies Jubilees: Group of Zambians who were born at the time of independence in 1964
Babies Jubilees: Group of Zambians who were born at the time of independence in 1964

Fellow Zambians. It is time for a new journey.

Fifty years ago we re-claimed our independence. Now, as we prepare for a new journey and the start of the next fifty years the challenge ahead of us is to deliver economic liberation, so that every citizen has the chance to secure gainful employment, every child has the opportunity to access good quality education from primary to university, and every Zambian is empowered to make a decent living.

Thank you to everyone who has joined us during the campaign and in particular all the volunteers for your remarkable efforts and valuable time. The positive energy and appetite for change is cause for great optimism.

Tomorrow I appeal to you to vote, regardless of weather conditions. This is your chance to help us move Zambia forward and your vote can make a difference.

On 20 January 2015 we need to elect a government ready to serve the people and not its own personal interests, a government that will listen to its people, and a government that doesn’t disappear from sight once elections are over, or re-appear just before they are due.

United, I know that we can deliver on Zambia’s potential.

Fellow Zambians. It is time for a new journey. It is time to move Zambia forward.

Hakainde Hichilema
UPND President
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UPND Information (PI Dept)

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37 COMMENTS

    • What more can I say? these are words coming from a wise candidate.

      His message is clear. No insults. Campaigned peacefully, condemned violence, mingled with the grassroots. Transversed the country with his message of Hope and Help. Jealous down !!

      He deserves the presidency.

      H.E. HH

      Viva #FlightHH2015.

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    • You are cheap, who comments on their own post. Look, we are now printing out invitation cards to the inauguration ceremony for Edgar C. Lungu, 6th President of Zambia!

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    • @Lord Voldemort (The Dark Lord),

      I do…. it’s called continuation.

      Just print the inivitation cards you will use them for other things.

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    • Words are cheap anyone can tell tall tales… its very easy. The test always rests with action … new roads as expected, more universities, more Hospitals/clinics, more electricity generation, more schools… the list goes on and on. This is change we can all support and believe in not words. This is the story I would like to read, a story about actual things which have happened not fiction. If I need fiction I will watch a movie.

      For reality then I will go with PF… not words and UPND.

      Halewina Lungu kwanama basa

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    • Yes there is a new journey for Zambia but Akainde is certainly not the one to lead it. Not now, not in the future

      Chigwamania has gripped the nation as Zambians pour out in their numbers to cast their votes on a progressive and inclusive leader. A leader for all Zambians.

      by the end of this week we will have a new President in the name of Edgar C. Lungu

      May God bless our nation

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    • HH you have done your party as for myself and my family we are giving you our vote tomorrow. Viva Zambia, viva true leadership and management skills to run the affairs of Zambia.

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  1. HH, thanks for the campaign, the big boys will take it from here.

    IF YOU DON’T LIKE EDGAR C. LUNGU; PUT A CROSS BESIDES HIS NAME TOMORROW!

    EL2015!

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    • @Lord Voldemort (The Dark Lord),

      that’s called desperation. You know EL is losing and you want to hoodwink the electorate people.

      Try to deny my charges.

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    • Dark and Pretty….

      Other than entertaining yourselves, do you really think anyone at this hour can be changed by any gymnastics? Absolutely none! pf has its supporters and upnd has its die – hards. Just get your card and vote tomorrow. Stop investing in time wasting

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    • Do not be delluded. HH is a perennial loser and he will do it again. Tulemusepa! 1,000,000 to 500,000 votes! Alelila mailo!

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  2. Indeed! Positive change is what we need… lets no behave like maaad people, putting in power the same people and expecting change..

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  3. @Macklay

    I agree. Voters other than the most feeble ones made up their minds perhaps three weeks ago. I did just after Sata died and perhaps even before: I wont say.

    Those who love the pf development projects especially massive infrastructure construction in Muchinga, Luapula are unlikely to be moved by UPND’s promise of a better tomorrow based on icintu cintu mwene. Yet those incensed at pf ‘mirule’, borrowings and removal of subsidies plus chitimukulu tribulations will not be placated by anything coming from PF.

    So lets see the outcome from the ballot.

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    • # Eustace,
      you are the achetype or prototype of the provincial buff0n.

      Building roads, schools, hospitals and such are the duties of government. You need a brain transplant if you expect me to be grateful for these things.

      When HH moves in to State House come Wednesday, such things will not be politicized, but will be perfectly normal mundane issues that are expected of any working government.

      If you parents put nshima on the table, it is because it is their duty.
      If PF builds roads, it is simply their duty.

      It is this provincial mentality of being grateful for something delivered as per duty that makes us a very backward country. It is only when someone goes beyond the call of duty that I and my kind give thanks.

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    • @Mulenga and Jelita

      You have put it so clearly a person with half a brain would understand, unfortunately a typical PF cadre’s brain is wired differently. Anything that even remotely makes sense is automatically repelled, bounces off this specially crafted cranium. The other thug pretender to the throne a few days ago threatened people of Lukulu that if they don’t give him a vote he won’t build a road in the area. His crackpot brain just won’t entertain the plain fact that the money to build roads, schools etc is extorted(I know they call it Tax) from all Zambians.

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  4. viva HH, we shall show PF what we are made of tommorow. I had a dream, i saw Scot handing over power to HH..this will shock many,mark my words.

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  5. A new journey for you Musankwa (HH), time to go into retirement from politics. Let the formerly mighty UPND be run by someone more able and competent. You are a disgrace!

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  6. @Mulenga and Jelita

    I am just saying and it could well be true and it is true that those who have benefited from PF’s infrastructure projects will reward them with votes.

    I would be surprised if HH will get majority votes in Muchinga and Luapula. Yes, he will make tremendous gains but PF will win in these two provinces.

    Your analysis only applies in the literate line of rail. This time I don’t expect PF to reign 2011 style on C/belt and Lusaka.

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  7. whether it is HH or EL, remember we have one Zambia and you need to work out your presidency and be your own person – at the end of the day, we the Zambian people will judge you not your advisors. MCS did his part and we will remember him for what he did (we dont mention his advisors). remember to place the needs of the Zambian people who dont know you first – dont listen to people like Munkombwe and RB, they are there to feed their egos and bellies. you never know come 2016 the people who havent voted for you may turn out on your side. LT thanks for being fair in this election. i will vote for HH but i stopped reading ZWD and ZR because their intentions were very clear that they were biased. i like to be given the mixture of news and i sort it out for my self not agenda setting for me.

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  8. Tribal parties are a threat to national security because they can lgnite blood bath.

    Never again should the registrar of societies approve tribal clubs again.

    Thats how genocide starts.

    You can not have 90% of mps from one region speaking same language.

    THAT UNACCEPTABLE.

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  9. your tribal tag has finally lost its artificial glue. people need food on the table. so they will vote for whoever they think can deliver that on the table. this time, it is hh. e.l. presidency will be another big mistake within a space of 3 years.

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  10. Most of you blogging here don’t even have a sound IQ, you don’t vote and are just a bunch of opinionated tribalists washing azzholes and shelving vegetables in the diaspora…EL is a broke azz and anyone intending to cast a vote on that azz is its azzhole….other than that, ask me at 20hrs tomoro….you bantustans and Kolwestans

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  11. @Lord Voldemort (The Dark Lord)

    Which of these facts do you dispute: please no insults. Just a sober factual response!

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  12. @Eustace- I do not see much substance in the statement issued by HH. In my opinion, he has run a campaign of ellusiveness on key issue; What is his stance on mining taxes? What is his stance on infrustructural development since all he talks about is free education? What will the quality of free education be? Why has he failed to effectively dismiss the rumors linking him to Freemasonry? What about employment tax rates? Why does he enjoy the benefits of tribal politics in Southern Province and yet expect votes elsewhere in the country? It is less than 12 hours before the elections, why hasn’t he addressed these. He knows the budget is $5 billion in deficit, there are only two ways to raise revenue in Govt; Taxes or borrowing; what will he do?

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  13. Team HH chabe

    Rally in Mandevu wapya muzi

    Rural vote goes to HH as well unless these buffons rig and rememeber another by election if PF wins within 6 months coz Chagwa will be drinking to hell, kaili free beers!!

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    • OK shall rig if that is what you want us to do. Just concede baba . Just be good looser. The chief rigger of elections in Zambia is in your camp. Let him advise you on rigging.

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  14. On Friday there will be HH nguliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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    UPND nguliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!!

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  15. It will really be sad to have another failing president whether Hakainde or Lungu. Zambia is a well positioned country and we cannot be suffering like this. I pray to God to give us a leader in 2016 who will spearhead our country to greater heights. Oh hear us Dear Lord since we are fed up of these cheats, liars, manipulators, corrupt and cheap-minded politicians. Lord yes some of us feel like exiting this country. We need to see things getting better. Lord we will praise your name for all this. Thank you lord for answering my prayer. Amen!!!!!!!

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  16. As the song goes…From a distance….we are watching with objective minds how far our electorate has shaken off the entrenched shackles of having a kaleidoscopic-tribal view.
    The gains made by UPND or PF will have a telling effect on the 2016 General Election.
    I am unable to vote back home but I have been encouraging all my contacts to consider HH, an Economic Manager, and his diverse team, to bring in a new political culture that is full of issues and devoid of thuggery and pomposity:)!
    Let us all respect the outcome tomorrow and accept the people’s choice, irregardless of our personal strong sentiments.
    God bless the Republic.

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  17. MY LAST COMMENT HOURS BEFORE ELECTION. I AS A CITIZEN OF ZAMBIA WISHES ALL BELOVED ZAMBIAN NOT TO VOTE FOR A CANDIDATE WHO DO NOT HAVE VISION. PLEASE CHOOSE ANOTHER CANDIDATE ,IMAGINE HAVING A LEADER WHO DO NOT HAVE A VISION , WHERE ARE WE HEADING TO ? THANKS TO PAPA KK WHO HAVE NOT COMMENTED ON THESE ELECTION. PEACE BE UPON OUR BELOVED COUNTRY.

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