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Give electorates opportunity to listen, scrutinize political messages- Ed Chomba

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The Patriotic Front (PF) Parliamentary Candidate for Kankoyo constituency in Mufurila Bishop Ed Chomba has called on all political players to give electorates an opportunity to listen and scrutinize their political message prior to August polls.

Bishop Chomba said that electorates expect politicians’ to address issues that affect them through their campaign messages as opposed to politics of hate.

He said the message PF is carrying out is to issue best and to tackle real issues affecting Community and the nation at large rather than talking about an individual or other political parties.

“We go to people and find out what is required for their children, what is required for their peasant Farmers, their home and future. Opening discussion with them and know the way forward,” he said.

Bishop Chomba said that the campaign period has given him an opportunity to explain to people what the PF Government has done and what their about to because he is part of the PF agenda under the vision of 2030.

He has urged political players to work hard and concentrate on improving the livelihood of Zambians.

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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