Ms Wina who is also President Edgar Lungu’s running mate for the August 11th general elections said this yesterday during a PF rally at National Square ground in Serenje district.
Ms Wina noted that for the first time the country has ambulances in all the hospitals, good township roads, trunk roads connecting districts and provinces, construction of hospitals in all the districts and has also seen the early distribution of farming inputs.
“The next five years will bring Zambia to another level and I want you to be part of the development. I want you to be part of the transformation so that our country can be a different Zambia from what it is today.” Ms Wina said.
Ms Wina who earlier met chiefs from Serenje and Chitambo districts toured the construction site for the Serenje district hospital.
She said the PF government is still determined towards ensuring that it not only brings infrastructure development to the country but also development in the lives of the people for the next five years.
The Vice President called on the people of Zambia to vote for President Lungu on 11th August to make the transformation of the country a reality through massive development.
She pointed out that the PF government does not segregate in the distribution of infrastructure development because it wants all Zambians to have equal access to the facilities.
On developmental projects that have stalled, Vice President Wina said government will ensure that before the end of the month, some of the projects will start being worked on.
“Government is aware of the projects and we will ensure that before the end of this month, some of these are operational. President Edger Lungu is committed to ensuring that all construction that was left by the MMD government will be completed by us.” Vice President Wina assured.
Ms Wina also said government is determined to see more than one million youths given skills to improve their lives hence it is constructing skills development centres in all the districts across the country.
She further said President Lungu’s government has a place for women and girls and encouraged them to aspire to greater heights by taking up leadership positions in the country.
And PF Serenje Central aspiring Member of Parliament Philip Kosamu appealed to the people of Serenje to vote for PF candidates in the fourth coming elections.