Kitwe celebrates Edgar’s inauguration

 

THE Patriotic Front (PF) in Kitwe will tomorrow organize celebrations at Arthur Davies Stadium to run concurrently with the inauguration ceremony of President Edgar Lungu at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.

PF Nkana constituency Member of Parliament (MP) Alexander Chiteme said the decision by the ruling party to organise celebrations in Kitwe to run concurrently with the inauguration ceremony of President Lungu was to allow PF members and Zambians in general to come together as one family in celebrating the inauguration ceremony.

However, Mr Chiteme said those who were able to travel to Lusaka for the inauguration ceremony were free to travel and join other thousands of Zambians who would be in attendance to celebrate the inauguration ceremony of President Lungu.

“Those who are able to travel to Lusaka and join thousands of other patriotic Zambians in celebrating the inauguration ceremony of President Lungu, they should do so, but those who cannot afford, we invite them to join us at Arthur Davies Stadium where we will have a programme to celebrate the inauguration of President Lungu.

“We will organise celebrations at Arthur Davies Stadium to run concurrently with the inauguration ceremony of President Edgar Lungu at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka. This is to allow PF members and Zambians in general to come together as one family in celebrating the inauguration ceremony of President Lungu,” Mr Chiteme said.

Mr Chiteme said Zambians from different tribal and political affiliations should turn up to celebrate the inaugurations of President Lungu because he is the republican President who was elected by majority of Zambians on August 11.

He said it was imperative that Zambians put their tribal and political affiliations aside and concentrate on healing the wounds of the August 11 elections so that the country could be put on firm path to economic recovery and national development.

“Zambia is not for one political party. Zambia is not for one tribe, but it is for all Zambians regardless of tribal and political affiliations. So after the election and inauguration of President Lungu, let us embrace each other. Let us desist from hate speech and divisive language.

“So even as we celebrate the inauguration of President Lungu, let us celebrate this event together. There is no need to remain bitter, emotional and use unpalatable language to each other,” he said.

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