MMD Keembe Member of Parliament Ronnie Shikapwasha says the development initiatives he is spearheading in his constituency mean he does not need to worry about his re-election in 2016.
Lieutenant General Shikapwasha says the people of Keembe have seen what he has been able to do in the years he has been their representative.
He has told Qfm News that before he became Member of Parliament for the area, there was no mobile telephone network, but that now the entire constituency is well connected.
Lieutenant General Shikapwasha 68, who has been Keembe lawmaker since 2003, has disclosed that in his time as the representative of people he has seen more health posts being built and that the number of children going to school has also improved greatly.
He says this is besides areas of the constituency that did not have electricity now having electricity in addition to the improvements in Agriculture as more people now own farms.
Lieutenant General Shikapwasha says these and many other developments in his constituency is what makes him confident of being reelected next year.