President Edgar Lungu has reiterated his call for peacefulness and accommodativeness among members of the Patriotic Front (PF).
President Lungu said for the party to grow even bigger, its old members should accommodate the people that are just joining the PF.
He said the party for which he is a leader, was not violent and tribal but an organisation which is issue-based and accommodative in its operations.
The President reminded Zambians that violence has cost lives in other countries hence the need for people to always observe peace and love one another.
Mr Lungu was speaking in Serenje yesterday when he addressed a public rally at Kenneth Kaunda square grounds.
Mr. Lungu has meanwhile advised those joining the PF to be ready to follow its ideologies.
And President Lungu has said the PF administration has worked to fulfil its 2011 pre-election campaign promises in the country.
He said his administration was constructing roads, schools, health institutions and other infrastructure countrywide.
The President also urged youths to take advantage of the extended voters’ registration exercise to acquire voters’ cards.
He said for the PF administration to continue with the on-going development activities, Zambians should re-elect him in next year’s general elections.
And PF deputy secretary general Mumbi Phiri has urged the people of Serenje to scrutinise political leaders aspiring for election as president of Zambia.
Earlier, Mr. Lungu inspected police houses and the new police station being constructed in Serenje district.
The President will today wind up his three days tour of Central province. Since Monday this week, Mr. Lungu has visited Luano, Chitambo, Serenje and Mkushi districts in the province.