Veep urges public to ignore tribalist politicians
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• VICE-PRESIDENT W.K Mutale Nalumango,Minister of Information and Media Cornelius Mweetwa (right),
President of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Zambia Bishop Joshua Banda and Southern Province Minister Credo Nanjuwa after the installation of the Pentecostal assemblies of Zambia Senior Resident Pastor Bishop Dr Malawo Matyola in Choma yesterday. Picture by KACHA MIYOBA/ ZANIS

By CAROLINE NGWENGWE –
VICE-PRESIDENT W.K Mutale-Nalumango has urged citizens not to listen to politicians that are using tribe as a campaign tool but listen to those that bring out policies that better the country.
And Overseer of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Joshua Banda has challenged politicians in the country to stop tribal hate and division and instead spread love and unity for the sake of national peace.
Ms Nalumango said the principal law of Christians was to love your neighbour as you love yourself and one who loves could not kill or steal from the neighbour.
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