Friday, October 24, 2008

(LUSAKATIMES) Be practical about your promises, presidential hopefuls told

Be practical about your promises, presidential hopefuls told
October 23, 2008

A freedom fighter in Mufumbwe District in Northwestern Province has challenged the opposition political parties who were claiming that they would increase salaries and create jobs within three years to show what method they would use.

Mr. James Katemisha said in Mufumbwe that political leaders should tell people the truth because increasing salaries for workers does not just come like dreams but through the treasury.

Mr. Katemisha questioned those who were promising people that many people would be in employment, where the jobs are going to come from adding that even in London where there are many industries many professionals were still roaming the streets

Mr. Katemisha has since advised electorates to vote for MMD and Rupiah Banda a person who has proved capable to drive the nation to prosperity.

Mr. Katemisha a former UNIP member mentioned that some political parties have nothing to offer because they have not identified themselves with any meaningful program as most of them have already been lined up by the MMD.

He observed that some political leaders who have personal to holder parties have no developmental issues to talk about and as a result they have resorted to insults only.

Mr. Katemisha urged all political parties to work for prosperous Zambia in which the citizens would live in harmony and become more committed to work for the development of the country.

Mr. Katemisha explained that leaders must stop practicing politics of hatred or castigating one another but to move forward.

Mr. Katemisha said Political parties should unite and love one another although they could have different political inclinations but should agree where necessary and work together for the good of the country.


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