President Edgar Lungu (r) listens from Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (l) during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province
President Edgar Lungu (r) listens from Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga (l) during the official commissioning of the Sioma Bridge built at a cost of K108.2million in Sioma District of Western Province

Patriotic Front (PF) national chairman for elections Yamfwa Mukanga says the crusade to re-organise all party structures is the way forward for a leadership that will move the party forward.

Mr. Mukanga says the newly elected district, constituency, ward and branch members should strive to build the party especially in areas where it has not performed well.

ZANIS reports that the PF national chairman said this when he addressed scores of the ruling party’s members in Chavuma district in Northwestern province shortly after conducting elections yesterday.

He said the party in Chavuma has further embarked on a crusade to ensure that a named opposition political party that is claiming to be behind the distribution of solar hammer mills and Social Cash Transfer programme desists from misleading the people of Chavuma over such projects and programs.

Mr. Mukanga strongly urged PF members in Chavuma to give the masses the correct information and emphasized that the distribution of solar hammer mills is President Edgar Lungu’s initiative whilst the social Cash Transfer is purely a government programme aimed at uplifting the lives of vulnerable people in society.

He advised the people who have been ushered into office to work with the general PF membership in the district to explain to people that the opposition political parties have no capacity to offer any meaningful development to the people.

Mr. Mukanga who also received seven defectors from the United Party for National Development advised party candidates who lost the election not to think of leaving the party.

He said there is no other party that has a vision for the Zambian people apart from PF.

He called for team work among party members to exercise politics of truth and unity if PF has to continue gaining ground in North-western Province.

And Lawrence Kamalata has maintained his position as District Party Chairperson after going through unopposed.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Imwe ba Lusaka Times ndimwe ba BOZA. Why have you pulled out the article for Mr Shetty? I was wondering at what point you had audience with him to report all that you claim he had said. Mbuzi!!!!!!

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  2. PF has no membership so i am surprised when they say there re-organizing.
    which members are you organizing??? Fwaka people are in government but still behaving like there in opposition.

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