ZAMBIA: PROMISES, POMP, DRAMA AS 2016 CAMPAIGN ELECTION HITS UP

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WITH 46 days to go, before the August 11 general elections, presidential candidates from various political parties have refused to rest.

The two Leading contenders PF president Edgar Lungu and UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema are in different provinces to sell their manifestos amid pomp and drama.

President Edgar Lungu this week has been campaigning in Lusaka, Luangwa , Rufunsa and today he is in Kafue.

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema will today be in the Broken Hill City of Kabwe after conducting rallies in the Copperbelt towns of Chingola, Mpongwe and Luanshya on Friday.

Music has become the new tool of political mobilisation ahead of August polls with the campaign trails being spiced up by top musicians who have composed campaign songs to the entertainment of supporters.

The big question which message are the two contenders selling? The PF has come up with a sonta slogan pointing out about the marvellous infrastructure development they have been able to accomplish in the five years of being in power while the UPND are with a ten point plan of how they will fix Zambia.

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