President Lungu has warned people to desist from engaging in illegal land allocations.
Mr Lungu advised people to follow the laid down procedures of acquiring land as opposed to illegally allocating land to themselves.
President Lungu also warned PF cadres to desist from taking the law into their own hands but instead respect law enforcement agencies.
The Republican President said this today in Lusaka when he handed over development projects to the people of Chawama constituency.
Mr Lungu said he will not condone indiscipline from cadres who are tarnishing the image of the ruling PF.
The President said he was prepared to lose the 2016 general elections on account of losing an exodus of undisciplined party members.
He advised the cadres and general party membership to lead by example as the party in government by respecting the police and observe the law.
Mr Lungu appealed to the people of Chawama to choose a worthy person to succeed him as Member of Parliament in the by elections set for April 14, 2015.
And President Edgar Lungu has directed the Zambia Police to revive the Police Reserve Wing immediately.
President Lungu says the Police Service should revive the Reserve Unit in order to consolidate efforts of maintaining peace and security in the country.
Mr. Lungu said government will recruit additional police officers annually in order to meet the threshold of 35, 000 officers needed to provide adequate security.
The Head of State said this today when he commissioned Misisi and John Howard police posts in Chawama Constituency in Lusaka today.
The Misisi police post has been constructed at a cost of over K700,000 on land that was used as a garbage dumping site while the land on which John Howard police post is built cost K200,000 and constructed at a cost of k487,000.
President Lungu directed Inspector General of Police Stella Libongani to ensure that the reserve wing is not infiltrated with criminals.
The two modern police posts which have private showers and toilets were initiated by Mr Lungu while serving as area member of parliament.
President Lungu also commissioned a water kiosk in Misisi compound to provide clean and safe drinking water to residents who for a long time have been drawing water from shallow wells.