Power and Politics

PF lawmaker, Mung’andu, seeks support for ruling UPND government


Patriotic Front (PF) Chama South Member of Parliament, Davison Mung’andu, has called on fellow lawmakers to work with the government.

The lawmaker noted that this would ensure smooth implementation of developmental programmes by government in collaboration with the Members of Parliament.

Mung’andu who has chosen to work with the government argued that politicking did not bring about development but collaboration with those in power.

The lawmaker said this ahead of the 2024 National Youth day Commemorations to be held in Chipata district and would be graced by President Hakainde Hichilema.

He further advised his colleagues in the opposition to desist from demonizing those that had chosen to work with the President and his government.

“Working with the government of the day, does not make one a sell out but a patriotic citizen concerned about the welfare of the people they were elected to serve,” Mung’andu said.

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The Chama South Parliamentarian added that now was the time to work together and pull in the same direction with the government of the day.

“Chama South is one of those rural Constituencies and in that Constituency people need to work with the government of day and we want development like other areas,” Mung’andu stated.

He denied insuations that those who work with the government of the day were usually bought.

The Parliamentary challenged people with such intentions to show proof of their allegations.

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