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Electorates urged not to vote emotionally

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Rainbow Party has appealed to the electorates not to use their emotions in casting the vote in this year’s general election.

Rainbow Party National Spokesman Humphrey Kabwe said there is need for voter’s to be objective and sober minded so that they do not bring in a political party that will slow down the economic achievements.

Mr Kabwe said his party believes that there is no need to change the current government.

He has challenged the electorate to learn from the 1991 voters who emotionally voted KK out of office because they thought prices of goods were going to be addressed and shortages of essential commodities addressed.

Mr Kabwe said the change they wanted in 1991 brought more job losses for them due to liquidation and privatization of mines and other local companies.

He said continuity is important in any development and leadership of the country thus the need to bring back president Lungu and PF.

Alice Nachilembe

Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.

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