My adoption means more hard work-Don Mungulube

Don Mungulube

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PF Lufwanyama parliamentary candidate Don Mungulube says his adoption means work has just began.

Speaking with The Independent Observer, Mr Mungulube said his adoption means he has been given the mandate by the party to go full throttle to canvass for more votes for himself and the President.

He said his adoption means the party has given him the mantle to speaheard constituency campaigns.

“We have not been doing well here as the party and my adoption should reflect the difference in the outcome of Presidential, parliamentary and Local Government election’s results.

“This seat has been in the hands of the opposition and I feel this time around we are going to change the narrative,” he said.

He urged all PF members in Lufwanyama to unite and rally behind President Edgar Lungu in order to win everything in Lufwanyama.

Mr Mungulube said after adoption some party members who weren’t adopted can be aggrieved but what is vital is to put the interest of the party ahead of theirs.

He has thanked President Lungu and the PF Central Committee for adopting him.

Mr Mungulube also thanked the people of Lufwayama for promoting the One Zambia, One Nation motto by recommending his name to the Central Committee for adoption.

He said once elected he will spearhead development in Lufwanyama.

The Independent Observer

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