President Edgar Lungu has arrived in the Copperbelt for a two-day working visit.
Upon arrival, President Lungu called for unity of purpose among Patriotic Front (PF) party members and government officials in the province.
The Head of State, who was accompanied by the Presidential Affairs Minister Freedom Sikazwe and Infrastructure Development Minister Ronald Chitotela landed at exactly 15:25 hours at South Downs airport in Kalulushi district.
President Lungu, who is also scheduled to open the PF provincial elections tomorrow, advised the candidates to remain united during and after elections.
He emphasised that in every election, there are losers and winners hence the need to accept the results.
President Lungu was welcomed by Copperbelt Province Permanent Secretary Bright Nundwe, Nkana Member of Parliament Alexander Chiteme, Chililabombwe Member of Parliament Richard Musukwa and other government and party officials.
The President is in Kitwe where he is expected to conduct several meetings on different programmes.