The Patriotic Front (PF) government acknowledges with humility, the resounding acceptance it has received from the people of Mangango following its victory in the just ended parliamentary by – election.
PF has also scooped a sum of 18 out of the 25 local government by-elections held countrywide.
No doubt, the latest victories in areas like Mkushi, Kalabo and Kaoma underscores our party’s growing popularity across the country. Lets unite and develop this country together! MCS – 20/08/14
President Michael Sata says the Patriotic Front (PF) government acknowledges with humility, the resounding acceptance it has received from the people of Mangango following its victory in the just ended parliamentary by – election.
The Head of State says the victory in Mangango reinforces the people’s belief and optimism in the government’s policies and programmes in line with the PF manifesto.
Mr Sata says the people of Western Province have sent a clear message that they are not interested in politics of name-calling, violence and regionalism.
He since assured the people of Mangango and Zambia in general that the PF administration will intensify its sustained efforts to take development countrywide and ensure that all growth projects are implemented with immediacy.
President Sata has also expressed gratitude to the Zambian people for their continued show of confidence in his government following the nationwide local government by-elections in which the ruling Patriotic Front has scooped 18 out of the 25 ward by-elections.
He states that without a doubt, the PF has continued gaining incredible ground in Western, Central and Southern Provinces.
President Sata says the latest victories in areas like Mkushi, Kalabo and Kaoma underscores the PF’s growing recognition across the country.
The Head of State has reiterated that government remains steadfast to engaging progressive forces within the opposition in its pursuit to accomplish pro-poor measures that will culminate into fast economic growth, job creation and poverty reduction.
This is contained in a statement issued to QFM News by Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations George Chellah.
( Wednesday 20th August 2014 )
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