President Edgar Lungu has urged Patriotic Front members to be disciplined ahead of the adoption process.
President Lungu says discipline is cardinal among party members especially those aspiring for adoption on the party ticket as councillors, Members of Parliaments and mayors.
The President urged party members to learn from him as one person who is disciplined and waited for his time to be appointed by late president as a deputy minister before becoming a full cabinet minister.
President Lungu was speaking at a mammoth public rally in Chinsali district held at Mulilansolo Basic School grounds last week.
He said government will deliver development to all parts of Zambia including Chinsali.
The President further advised the people of Mulilansolo against voting for the opposition as their area risks being under developed.
He added that the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) is tribal but that the PF is a united party.
And Gender Minister Nkandu Luo warned that changing presidential candidates in August 11 would not be in the best interest of the country.
She said President Lungu is better placed as a presidential candidate for the Zambian people.
At the same event, PF Shawangandu MP Stephen Kampyongo urged the people of Mulilansolo to maintain President Lungu as they go to vote in the August 11 election.
Kampyongo who is also Local Government Minister appealed to the youth in the country to give President Lungu resounding support like they did in the last polls.