Youth of substance condemns political violence, tribalism

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Youth of substance Forum has condemned political violence and tribalism going on in the country.

YSF National Coordinator Rudolf Mwanza said that if violence is not contained now it will escalate.

Mr Mwanza has appealed to youths country wide as well as members of various political parties to refrain from political violence and tribalism, for the country to remain peaceful and united.

He has urged the Electoral commission of Zambia and the police to provide an equal playing field to all the political parties participating in the General Election.

“I urged the inspector General of Police Mr Kakoma Kanganja and the ZAF Commander, Mr David Muma to be professional during Election and give permit to all Presidential candidates that want to fly and go and campaign in various parts of the country,” he said.

Mr Mwanza said Zambia can be led by anyone whether a Tonga, Bemba, Nsenga or Lamba because Zambia is a Christian Nation.

He has urged the political candidates to follow covid-19 health guidelines whenever they are campaigning to the electorates.

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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