Acting President Inonge Wina has directed the police command to deal sternly with cadres who travel from outside areas into constituencies where elections are held.
In a statement released by Mrs Wina’s Senior Private Secretary Ambassador Sheila Siwela, the Acting President said the cadres who are mostly from major political parties are in the habit of fanning violence and disrupting peace.
Mrs Wina has further directed police in Kasama to ensure that no one is allowed to promote unruly behaviour pending court determination on the anticipated by election in Kasama Central.
And Acting President Inonge Wina has urged young people to take civic education seriously. Ms Wina said that the move will result in future population which will have the interest of the nation at heart.
She said this through Home Affairs Minister Davies Mwila at Parliament buildings when Civic Education pupils from Kalonga Secondary School from Kabwe visited the institution on a familiarisation tour.
And former Education Minister Dora Siliya has urged young people to take President Edgar Lungu’s call for smart thinking seriously.
Ms Siliya, who is also Petauke Member of Parliament, said that smart thinking among youths will help them make helpful decisions for personal and national development.