Speaking when he featured on Hot fm 87.7 “My Top Ten” live radio programme, the UPND leader wondered why some people were in a habit of calling others satanists when Zambia is a Christian nation.
He explained that when someone excels in there endeavours people accuse them of being satanists.
The UPND leader counselled Christians to refrain from accusing others of being satanists.
Mr Hichilema said Zambia will only develop once citizens work hard adding that deeming others as satanists is wrong.
Meanwhile, the UPND leader says there is need to encourage growing of maize in areas that previously never used to receive rains.
Mr Hichilema said the rain system has changed hence the need to promote the growing of maize in areas that are now receiving adequate rainfall to improve food security.
He noted that God has endowed Zambia with agriculture resources which must be utilised.
The UPND leader emphasised that more food should be grown so that every Zambian can afford to have a decent meal.
Mr Hichilema revealed that the agriculture sector is the number one employer adding that the sector has the potential to contribute to the booming of the national economy.
And when asked about three things he can’t do without, Mr Hichilema cited family, friends and freedom as some of the things that he can’t do without.
He lamented that some people abuse there wives and take them for granted instead of appreciating them.
Mr Hichilema advised men to take time and reflect on how they would do without wives in their lives.
The opposition leader emphasised that without the support of family one is nothing.
Commenting on freedom, Mr Hichilema said every human is entailed to enjoy the liberty to worship and association.
As he explained the importance of universal human rights, Mr Hichilema sang his favourite SDA hymnal song In Tonga “Bless Me Also”
During the live broadcast of the radio programm, Mr Hichilema was accorded an opportunity to select ten of his best music tracks.
In between the playing of the songs the Presenter of the programme asked Mr Hichilema a question pertaining to his personnel life and the meaning he attaches to the selected songs.
In some instances Mr Hichilema was heard singing along as the songs were being played live on air.