By CHIDA SAKALA -
THE Patriotic Front (PF) has reopened its Luba branch in Lusaka’s Woodlands area and emphasised that it will win in the first round of the forth coming general elections.
PF aspiring Lusaka Central Member of Parliament (MP) Margaret Mwanakatwe said she was happy that the branch had been re-opened stating that it would help in de-congesting other branches for party meetings.
Ms Mwanakatwe called on all party supporters to join hands and ensure that the party wins in the first round of the election with more than 90 per cent.
She appealed to the crowd to give her a chance in this year’s election as she would be able to deliver to the people because she was ready to work tirelessly for them.
She stated that among the candidates contesting for the sit she was the best because she had the best aims for the people as she was there servant and would work for them.
Ms Mwanakatwe said it would be her duty to ensure that Lusaka was clean at all times as Zambians deserved to trade and live in a clean and healthy environment.
She stated that every person had a right to access clean and good water sanitation and hence would ensure that this was attained.
“I want to ensure a safe and clean Lusaka, clean water sanitation as well aswomen and youths to be empowerment once am sworn into office” she said.
She explained that her main task would be to empower women and youths so they could work in order for them to be self-dependent.