Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Explain PF achievements to your subjects, GBM tells chiefs

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Patriotic Front (PF) Northern Province campaign manager Geoffrey Mwamba has appealed to traditional leaders to help explain to their subjects the developmental projects that the ruling party has delivered in their localities.

Mr. Mwamba said traditional leaders are good partners in development and can therefore help to enlighten their subjects on a number of things that the government has delivered.

He explained that this can also help their subjects to make the right decisions when voting.

Mr. Mwamba, who is also a PF member of the central committee, said this when he introduced various PF candidates in the general election to traditional leaders in the Lukashya constituency in Kasama district.

He explained that the PF has chosen the best candidates in the province who will deliver to the expectation of the people.

Meanwhile, Mr. Mwamba noted that this year’s campaigns are different from previous ones because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

He has since appealed to his campaign team to follow the Covid-19 guidelines given by the Ministry of Health and the Electoral Commission of Zambia.

And traditional leaders in the Lukashya constituency have pledged to support the PF government as it has delivered a lot of development.

Chieftainess Chanda Mukulu said her chiefdom has benefited a lot from the developmental projects the PF has delivered in the country.

She said no past governments can ever match the developments the PF has delivered in the area.

The traditional leader further called on everyone to promote peace and unity during and after the elections.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Why should you involve traditional leaders in explaining developmental projects…this is what is wrong with these dull empty tins like GBM. The same leaders will cry when traditional leaders point out the wrongs of voting PF; are we going to ask these same people to explain where money to pay for this debt accrued is going to come from?

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  2. Thankyou very much Ba GBM for meeting the Chiefs and introducing Candidates. The party should work with traditional leaders if the country is to develop. It is also important that traditional leaders should be able to explain governments developmental projects to subjects….

  3. Yes those traditional leaders will be VERY successful (NOT) when they try to explain the totally failing economy, the halving of the value of the Kwacha, multiplying of food prices, exploding of corruption, do I need to go on? PF: Lying about everything, not delivering anything!

  4. The Traditional Leaders and PF Cadres have been given huge sums of Money by PF. Where did PF get this Money? BOZ prints money to give to Headmen,Chiefs and PF Cadres but fails to Pay Drs,Nurses, Civil Servants, Council workers, Retirees etc living wages and Pensions. PF Cadres and Leaders are now filthy rich while the People are wallowing in poverty. Why would the ordinary people vote for this Corrupt ECL and PF? The “Ubomba Mwibala Alya ifya Mwibala Alya ifya Mwibala Alya ” PF Team can vote for ECL and PF becoz they are benefitting from PF Corruption and Patronage. The Majority of Zambians have no choice but to vote for Change and that Change is HH and UPND Alliance and the Zambia we want. HH aka Bally will fix it.

  5. Traditional leaders should take
    This opportunity to make money
    As GBM will not be seen after elections. So demand higher package and leave it to voters to
    Decide which way to go.

  6. FLYOVERS AND BRIDGES DONT FEED THE PEOPLE
    AND LUSAKA IN NOT THE ONLY PLACE IN ZAMBIA
    OTHER TOWNS HAVE BEEN NEGLECTED TO A LARGE EXTENT
    THE ZAMBIA CALL NOW IS
    PF AND LUNGU MUST FALL

  7. If the so called achievements have to be explained to the subjects, then these achievements have done nothing to improve their lives.
    How will they make sense of the PF building two giant speed humps on Great East road when they don’t have basic health care and roads in their districts?

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