Vote ‘YES’ in referendum, urges Chief Nyalugwe

CHIEF Nyalugwe of the Nsenga people of Nyimba district in Eastern province has urged his subjects to vote “Yes” in the 2016 Referendum because the proposed enhanced Bill of Rights will benefit Zambians especially rural communities.

Chief Nyalugwe has also warned his subjects against voter apathy saying it’s the responsibility of every responsible citizen to support a political party with commitment to develop the country especially areas with vulnerable communities.

Chief Nyalugwe was speaking at Mukoma village near Nyimba when he met with a PF campaign team led by President Lungu’s deputy campaign manager Frank Bwalya today (Saturday 30, 2016).

And addressing a campaign meeting in the area, Bwalya assured the people of Mukoma village of more development from the PF government.

He urged them to turn up in large numbers to vote for the PF and prevent unnecessary wastage of public finds through a rerun.

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