Chief Government Spokesperson Chishimba Kambwili has urged Patriotic Front aspiring candidates at all levels to work hard and ensure they deliver to the expectations of the people once elected into office.
Dr Kambwili, who is also Information and Broadcasting Services
Minister, says leaders who do not visit their constituencies and wards after being elected, are the ones who fail to make it in the second term.
Speaking at Changanamai Grounds in Kitwe this afternoon when he introduced PF Kwacha Parliamentary candidate Joe Malanji to the masses, Dr Kambwili said the people of Zambia want leaders who deliver on their promises.
He said in the five years the PF has been in office, various infrastructure such as roads, hospitals and schools have been completed.
Dr Kambwili said the party had made a lot of promises in 2011 and they have all been delivered.
And Mr Malanji said he has funded the construction of bridges, electrification of markets and the donation of Television sets in 14 schools in Kwacha Constituency in the past five years.
Meanwhile, PF Kitwe Mayoral Candidate Christopher Kangombe pledged to work hard and deliver his best to the people of Kitwe.
And PF Copperbelt Province Chairman Steven Kainga urged the people of the Copperbelt to again give the ruling party 100 percent votes just like they have done in the past.
Others contesting the Kwacha parliamentary seat are Niza Phiri of the FDD, Stanely Mulenga of UPND, and Jerome Phiri who is standing as an independent candidate.