PF victory has proved the party is still strong and popular – Kabimba

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In Zambia
Aug 21st, 2014
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Time Posted: August 21, 2014 6:23 pm

Wynter Kabimba

Wynter Kabimba

Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General Wynter Kabimba has said that the ruling party has proved that it is still a popular party.

Mr. Kabimba said that the PF victory in the just ended Mangango parliamentary by-election and other ward elections is an endorsement by the people for the party to continue deliver development.

He said that people have seen what the Patriotic Front has done so far in developing the country, hence the vote of confidence.

Mr. Kabimba added that the outcome of the Mangango by-election should send a clear message to the opposition that the ruling party is still popular and that opposition should stop cheating themselves that they are popular.

Mr. Kabimba further stated that the victory should also send a warning to the opposition that it will not be easy for them to remove the Patriotic Front from power because the party is still strong and the Zambian people still have confidence in the party.

And he Patriotic Front Party (PF) in Mongu is excited that the party scooped the Mangango parliamentary by- election yesterday.

Patriotic Front Publicity Secretary, Captain (retired) Lawrence Nyambe said this to ZANIS in Mongu in an interview today.

He said the sweet victory is a mark of approval and acceptance of President Satas’ government and leadership .

Capt Nyambe added that the party was reaping from its performance of delivering development to the people of Western Province and Zambia at large.

Capt Nyambe also said that the PF Mangango by election victory was a vote of confidence which the party accepts with gratitude and promised to work even harder to deliver more development.

The Patriotic Front Party Scooped the Mangango by Parliamentary and local government elections in Kaoma yesterday.


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