President Edgar Lungu is tomorrow expected in Kapiri Mposhi district for a one day working visit.
Central Province Permanent Secretary, Bernard Chomba has confirmed this to ZANIS in Kapiri Mposhi saying the President is expected to land at Kapiri Mposhi Basic School grounds at 08:45 hours.
Mr Chomba said President Lungu is expected to tour Tambalale market and the newly constructed Kapiri Mposhi Bus Terminus and later on pay a visit to Matiliyo Clinic.
President Lungu is also on expected to meet Chief Nkole of the Swaka speaking people and the clergy before addressing Patriotic Front (PF) party officials at Kapiri Mposhi Day Secondary School.
The President will later in the day depart for Lusaka.
Meanwhile, Chief Chiwanangala of the Bisa speaking people of Chilubi district has urged Zambians not to experiment with leadership as they go to vote in next month’s general election.
The traditional leader said people should vote for leaders who have been tested and have a track record of delivering.
“I am appealing to Zambians to choose credible leaders, people who have proven and who we know can deliver development” he said.
He has since pledged to support the Patriotic Front (PF) government and its candidates in the coming election.
Chief Chiwanangala said the PF government under the leadership of President Lungu has brought a number of developments in the area which previous governments failed to deliver.
He said those criticizing the PF government do not mean well for the country.
Chief Chiwanangala was speaking at his palace in Chilubi today when Northern Province Presidential Campaign Manager, Geoffrey Mwamba called on him.
And Mr Mwamba has assured Chief Chiwanangala that President Edgar Lungu values the contribution of traditional leaders due to their critical role they play in national development.
He also thanked the traditional leader for recognising the developments the PF government has delivered in the chiefdom.
Mr Mwamba stated that President Lungu is an experienced leader, adding that Zambians should give him another mandate to govern the country so that he can finish the developmental projects he has started.
Later Mr Mwamba received 60 defectors from the United Party for National Development (UPND) who joined the ruling Patriotic Front.