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Let’s support President Hichilema, Zion Church Overseer Samuel Mwambazi

General News Let’s support President Hichilema, Zion Church Overseer Samuel Mwambazi

A clergyman in Northern Province has called on Zambians to support President Hakainde Hichilema to enable him succeed in transforming Zambia into an economic powerhouse in Africa.

Zion Church Overseer Samuel Mwambazi said in an interview with ZANIS in Kasama that President Hichilema needs the support of all Zambians as his ‘New Dawn’ government works on fixing the country’s economy.

Bishop Mwambazi, who oversees the operations of Zion Church in Kasama, Mbala and Mpulungu, said time for politicking is over.

“The people of Zambia should put aside politics and support President Hichilema and the United Party for National Development (UPND) so that we can together develop our great country. President Hichilema is a visionary leader who will certainly rescue Zambia from economic doldrums,” he said.

He said Zambia is in safe hands under the leadership of President Hichilema.

He further advised politicians to desist from dividing the country on tribal lines.

Bishop Mwambazi said politicians have an obligation to promote unity in the country in order to enhance the peace the country has enjoyed over the years.

“Time for politicking is over. As Zion Church, we want to see peace and unity in our country following the election of President Hichilema. We are tired of seeing people fighting for political power,” Bishop Mwambazi said.

Meanwhile, Bishop Mwambazi has commended President Hichilema for his continued promotion of freedom of the press, association and enhancing social liberties in the country.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Kikikikiki HH thought running a country is kids play….and HH never supported any government but why is everyone all of sudden wants to support HH…the man who always wishes others fail….HH has failed to rule Zambia…it took 7 years for Zambians to get tired of Lungu but it has taken less than 2 months for Zambians to get tired of baby President and chronic liar HH

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  2. How do you support someone who has removed the ministry of religious and guidance affairs, We don’t hichilemas stand on National day of prayer and the construction of the House of Prayer therefore it’s a non starter to support him.

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  3. Support him yourself. Who are you to force people to support your preferred political leader. We live in a democracy..please respect that

  4. Saulosi which Zambians have become tired in 2 months iwe? We have seen sanity return to the streets. Dead NBC has been resurrected and opposition can now be covered. We are slowly following up but steadfastly the criminals who stole from the treasury. The country is regaining its lost international image and the economy is rebounding. We will not be derailed. Bally is different from Lungu. The country is in safe hands. How can you fairly appraise President HH when you’ve never liked him from the very beginning?

  5. The Bishop again,
    HH did not acept any Leader of Zambia since he was given that position that Tonga party. Why to day you ask Zambians to surpport him?Just ask him to give you money.That man is BAD,he did not accept Lungu and Sata as presidents of Zambia.He promoted tribe politics in Zambia,killing of each other etc.Go to Choma or Mazabuka in other party colours,see if you will come back live.The man is BAD to say the least.Zambians did not have a choice in last elections. So mr. Bishop stop that issue to say let us support HH.

  6. @6. WE THE ZAMBIANS, THOSE NOT IN THE 2.8 MILLION VOTERS BUT THE BALANCE OUT OF 18 MILLION PEOPLE OF ZAMBIA. WE ARE TIRED BECAUSE WHAT THEY TOLD US WHERE LIES AND WE ARE NOW STUCK WITH THEM FOR THE NEXT 4 PLUS YEARS.

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