Residents of Petauke early this morning turned up to cast their vote in the quest to choose their leader of choice to represent them in parliament.Above the line up to vote
Residents of Petauke early this morning turned up to cast their vote in the quest to choose their leader of choice to represent them in parliament.Above the line up to vote

The Evangelical Ministries International Church (EMIC) Country Overseer Rev.Matafwali Mulusa has joined the thousands of Zambian people calling on the Government to sensitize citizens on the referendum.

In a statement issued in Kalulushi on Wednesday Rev. Mulusa said Government needed to embark on serious sensitization programmes to explain what people will be voting for in the referendum.

“I want to join the rest of the majority of the Zambian people who are appealing to the Government to sensitize them on the referendum. There are only a few people who have known what the referendum will be all about,”he said.

He said him and the majority of his church members did not know what has contained in Article 79, therefore Government needed to explain to all Zambians.

Rev. Mulusa observed that if him and some other person in urban areas had less or no information on the referendum, what of those in rural areas.

The man of God further challenged his fellow clergymen claiming to have known what article 79 was all about not to pretend but to announce that they were also ignorance.

“What I want to do is to change those clerics pretending to know something on the referendum to stop.

“I feel it is better to be known that you are ignorance about something, than to pretend, because if you pretend then you would look more ignorant,”he said.

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