President Edgar Lungu has returned home after concluding his five days official visit to Israel.
The President Challenger carrying the Head of State touched Kenneth Kaunda International Airport at exactly 19:05 hours local time.
President Lungu was received by acting President Inonge Wina, cabinet ministers, service chiefs, senior government and party officials.
And President Lungu said he was worried that the tripartite agreement entered by the Food Reserve Agency, the Millers Association of Zambia and Grain Traders of Association of Zambia has failed to yield the intended purpose.
Addressing Journalist shortly upon his arrival, President Lungu said it was sad that a will intended initiative as failed to result in the lowing of mealie meal prices.
Mr Lungu told journalists that he will soon revisit the tripartite agreement entered by the Food Reserve Agency, the Millers Association of Zambia and Grain Traders of Association of Zambia and find out why the programme failed to work.
The President said government will part company with people who care more about their pockets and not the ordinary Zambian people.
President Lungu reiterated that he is not afraid to revisit the decision made concerning the tripartite agreement.
He explained that revisiting the agreement will enable government identify why a well-intended initiative failed to yield its goal.
Mr Lungu disclosed that tomorrow Saturday the 4th of March he will follow up the issue.