HH says Zambians on the verge of making 1991 history
Written by MillenniumEditor2 on August 11, 2021
United Party for National Development UPND Leader Hakainde Hichilema says Zambia is on the verge of making the history that was made in 1991.
Over 7 million Zambian electorates will tomorrow be voting for their preferred presidential, parliamentary, mayoral and local government candidates in the general elections.
Speaking during a media conference this morning ahead of tomorrow’s polls, Mr Hichilema says Zambians are looking forward having a functional health system and eased challenges in education opportunities among other issues.
Mr Hichilema says achieving a peaceful leadership transition from one party to another through collective effort is imminent after tomorrow’s elections.
Mr Hichilema says this history will be made by the voters who he says know what they want.
And Mr Hichilema says the unfair restrictions encountered during campaigns using covid-19 as an excuse are history, but has challenged the Electoral Commission of Zambia ECZ to deliver a credible election.
Meanwhile Mr Hicilema says Zambians must not fear the men and women in uniform but turn out in numbers to vote.