Hate breeds hate, says Chikwanda

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MINISTER of Finance Alexander Chikwanda has called on Patriotic Front (PF) members to focus on activities that unite rather than divide the ruling party.
He said PF members should love one another and put the interest of the nation at heart in order to foster economic development because hatred is nothing but retrogressive.
“Let us work towards the promotion of peace and stability in the party,” Mr Chikwanda said. “Let us inculcate the spirit of love. If we plant hatred we shall harvest hatred and if we plant love we shall harvest love…I have never invested in hatred but I have invested in love.”
The Finance Minister, also a close confidante of President Sata said, “I have invested in love, affection and honest. We must be in the fore-front of providing love to anyone. Me I have shown love to everyone in government whether there are in higher positions or not.”
The Finance Minister, also a close confidante of President Sata, said, “I have invested in love, affection and honesty. We must be in the forefront  providing love to anyone. I have shown love to everyone in government whether they are in higher positions or not.”
He said the ruling PF is a big family and that members must emulate President Sata’s love for the country instead of sowing seeds of division.
Mr Chikwanda said love should conquer all.
He also urged PF members to stop fighting for positions which are not vacant in the party but remain united behind President Sata.
Mr Chikwanda was addressing PF members in Kawambwa district in Luapula Province where the Zambia Forestry and Forests Industrial Corporation plantation is expected to create over 4,000 jobs.
He said PF members ought to love one another the same way President Sata loves the Zambian people.
Mr Chikwanda advised party members to settle their differences without going to the public.
He wants PF members to be role models for other political parties by avoiding unnecessary confusion.
He also called on all peace-loving Zambians to continue supporting President Sata in his quest to cut poverty and create jobs.

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