The ruling PF has scooped the Chawama and Masaiti parliamentary by elections and is in a commanding lead in the Senga Hill by election.
In Chawama, PF candidate Lawrence Sichalwe was declared winner after polling 7, 502 while UPND’s Charles Kaselwa got 3, 219.
In Masaiti, PF’s Michael Katambo polled 5032 votes against his closest rival Peter Mumba of the UPND who managed 2150 votes while independent candidate Lyton Mokola was third with 41 votes.
UNIP candidate Lason Musumali was 4th with 36 votes while 4th Revolution party candidate Mobby Mutaya received 16 votes while 92 votes were rejected.
Mr Katambo who held the seat under MMD before it was nullified by the courts of law due to electoral malpractice was declared winner of the Masaiti seat at exactly 04:30 Hours this morning by returning officer Modest Simuntala.
The voter turnout was poor as only 7,367 people cast their ballots against 26,362 registered voters.
UPND representatives quickly conceded defeat while other political parties did not even show up at the totaling centre.
Meanwhile, Mr Katambo thanked both the PF and MMD members for ensuring success and dedicated the victory to President Edgar Lungu.
And latest results from Senga Hill shows that PF’s Kapembwa Simbao is in strong lead with 5,408 votes with 10 polling stations remaining.
UPND’s Giles Yambayamba was trailing in second place with 3,292 votes from the 37 polling stations whose resulted have been counted.