President Edgar Lungu has implored election observers in the country to stop transmitting falsehood about the electoral process to their institutions.
President Lungu says observers should instead verify the information they gather with all concerned parties.
The President says it is disturbing that some observers are transmitting lies told by the opposition UPND.
President Lungu says he has on several occasion pledged to deliver a free, transparent, and fair election and that his position will not change.
The President says the opposition UPND has just failed to sell their message to the electorates hence the desperate attempts to mislead the International community.
President Lungu has since challenged the observer missions to interrogate information they obtain from political players and other stakeholders with relevant authorities.
The President also encouraged election Overseers to find out why UPND is saying they will not accept defeat after this Thursday’s poll.
President Lungu said this at State House today when he held meetings with four observer missions.
And African Union head of mission Goodluck Jonathan says his team is impressed and satisfied with the process so far.
Mr. Jonathan who is also former Nigerian President said he is hopeful that Zambia will maintain its good reputation of holding free and fair election.
He has however urged all Presidential candidates to accept the outcome of the elections.
Meanwhile former Mauritius President, Cassam Uttem says Zambia should remain the beacon of peace in Africa after the polls.
Mr. Uttem who is heading the delegation of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa -EISA- observer mission said his team is equally satisfied with the process.
President Lungu also held talks with European and Commonwealth observer mission delegates