Zambia: Respect Peace Accord -Chitimukulu

Paramount Chief CHITIMUKULU of the BEMBA people has urged leaders of political parties taking part in the August 12, 2021 General Election to adhere and respect the peace accord they signed ahead of the polls.

The MWINE LUBEMBA says there is need for all political players to maintain peace before, during and after the General Election.

He has called on the Patriotic Front -PF- and the opposition United Party for National Development -UPND- leaders to urge their members to desist from violence during campaigns.

The traditional leader is concerned that even after the peace accord was signed, the message has not trickled down to party cadres.

Paramount Chief CHITIMUKULU has further reminded political leaders to denounce violence.

He said this when Social Scientist INNOCENT KOLALA paid a courtesy on the MWINE LUBEMBA in KASAMA.

And Mr. KOLALA noted that when political campaigns are characterised with violence, it causes voter apathy.

Mr. KOLALA told Paramount Chief CHITIMUKULU that he is in Northern Province to sensitise people against violence ahead of the General Election.

Source: ZNBC《》RT

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