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The United Party for National Development (UPND) will give the Zambian people a new constitution before the next elections in 2016.
UPND President Mr Hakainde Hichilema disclosed this yesterday when he met several Kabwata residents during his tour of some stalls and kiosks dotted around the area.
Mr Hichilema said that Zambian people are tired about their demand for a new constitution which all the past regimes have failed to deliver despite their promises.
He said as a result of a bad constitution in Zambia, people have not fully enjoyed their rights and freedoms and are always living in fear.
Mr Hichilema cited the freedoms of expression, association and assembly as the most infringed freedoms now.
He said that the current constitution also vests so much powers in the President and his ministers at the expense of the people who voted for them.
United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has reiterated that he will reinstate Chanda Sosala as Paramount Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba immediately his party forms government.
Speaking to a crowd that mobbed him during his tour of Kabwata Market yesterday, Mr Hichilema stated that government’s failure to recognize Chanda Sosola as paramount chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba was a sign of disrespect to the traditional leadership of Zambia.
Mr Hichilema bemoaned that Zambian traditional leaders have continued to be neglected by the government despite their valuable role in governance and national unity.
The United Party for National Development (UPND) will view youths as a pillar of development by creating and improving job opportunities and training facilities that will provide them with variety of skills to enhance their livelihood.
UPND President Mr. Hakainde Hichilema told hundreds of youths who mobbed him during his visit to Kabwata market yesterday.
Mr. Hichilema condemned the use of youths as tools of violence by some political parties and said that UPND government will create more job opportunities and improve the trades training institutes in the country so that the young people were empowered to take part in the development of the nation.
The cost of doing business in Zambia is high and very discouraging. Most Shop owners in Kabwata township complained to UPND President Mr Hakainde Hichilema yesterday when he made an impromptu tour of Kabwata market.
The shop owners blamed the high cost of fuel, among other inputs, as the cause for inhibiting cost of doing business in Zambia.
The United Party for National Development (UPND) has unearthed a scheme in which some political opponents are spreading false information that its President Hakainde Hichilema will not run for Presidency in the forthcoming elections.
UPND information and Publicity Chairperson, Charles Kakoma, has revealed that the people spreading such false information have heavily been sponsored by known political parties which are scared of Mr Hakainde Hichilema’s declared participation in the forthcoming elections.
Mr. Kakoma has reiterated that ‘come what may’ the UPND President, Mr. Hakainde Hichilema will contest the forthcoming Presidential elections and the party is already in full gear campaigning for him.
21st November 2014
The announcement this morning that Acting President Guy Scott has been suspended from the PF is just the latest episode in a drama that is distracting Government from the important issues. Meanwhile, thousands of farmers and students are yet to receive money owed to them by Government, whilst the rest of the nation struggles to find work and put food on the table.
The UPND is organized and united. We are ready for a busy campaign schedule. We are ready to tell you what we will deliver if you vote for us on January 20th. We are ready to lead Zambia to a better future.
To kick-off our campaign we are holding a rally at Twashuka Ground in Kanyama, Lusaka on Sunday 23 November at 1:30 pm. All are welcome to attend and I will update you of more rallies to follow across the country shortly.
There will be a press conference preceding the rally at 10:00am at the Golden Bridge Hotel, opposite ZESCO on Great East Road, Lusaka.
I am also excited to announce the launch of my campaign website athttp://www.hh-zambia.com/, and the launch video which has started playing on TV and is also on the website.
I hope that the PF are by now near the end of their squabbles and we can start debating the important issues: creating jobs, improving education, reducing the cost of living, providing cheaper healthcare, supporting farmers and delivering the constitution.
Once the PF has resolved their difficulties I am ready to debate the issues with them so that come January 20th, when you the Zambian people must decide who has the best policies and who you trust to deliver them, you can have confidence in your choice.
16th November 2014
We are deeply saddened with the current happenings at the country’s higher learning institutions which have lately been rocked by riots for various reasons, with the latest one at UNZA.
It is sad that nothing much has happened in the area of water and sanitation since I last toured Evelyn Hone College in 2012.
Mulungushi University was recently closed indefinitely for lack of water and poor sanitation and this problem has been persistent and never been addressed.
12th November 2014
Fellow countrymen and women;
The past two weeks have not been easy for our country. We lost our President His Excellency Mr. Michael Chilufya Sata (MHSRIP) on 28th October 2014. Nonetheless, we should take pride in the way have come together peacefully to mourn the passing of our President.
I am very proud as a Zambian, that during this period we held onto our culture and the peace which we have always enjoyed. Of course there were some unsavory incidences but these were largely isolated. Indeed, we have put our late President to rest with the honour and dignity he deserved.