Information and Broadcasting Services Minister, Chishimba Kambwili, says the PF government has accomplished unprecedented development since assuming power in 2011.
Mr Kambwili, who is also Chief Government Spokesperson, says road construction projects, infrastructural development in health and education sectors are some of the landmark achievements which have also helped create jobs for Zambians.
He added that the PF-led government decided to prioritise construction projects as a way of opening up areas to socio-economic development.
Speaking when he called on Northern Province Minister, Freedom Sikazwe, in Kasama today, Mr Kambwili said the Link Zambia 8, 000 has helped in minimising mobility challenges people faced in the past.
He observed that the newly-constructed Mansa–Luwingu and Mbala–Nakonde Roads will go a long way in boosting economic activities in the northern region of the country.
Mr Kambwili, who is also Roan Member of Parliament, also stated that the PF deserves another mandate in order to continue with its development agenda.
And Mr Kambwili has urged Zambians not to be swayed by some opposition party leaders who he said were aspiring for president with intent of enriching their business.
Earlier, Northern Province Minister, Freedom Sikazwe, complained some districts in the region do not receive Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) radio and television signal.
Mr Sikazwe disclosed that people in the said areas rely on foreign media stations for news and entertainment.
He appealed to the information minister to address the matter.
Mr Sikazwe, however, praised Radio Mano community station for keeping people of Kasama and the surrounding areas informed.
But Mr Kambwili has assured Mr Sikazwe that challenges in ZNBC radio and TV signal will be resolved during phase two of the digital migration programme.
The Chief Government Spokesperson is on a tour of Northern Province to explain government programmes and amendments to the republican constitution.