Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa has called on politicians to step up their works by implementing on their campaign promises ahead of the jubilee celebrations.
Mr. Sampa says as Zambia celebrates her 50 years of independence it is important for the political leaders to reflect on what they have done for the benefit of the Zambian people.
ZANIS reports that the parliamentarian said this during the Matero Zambia golden jubilee celebrations held at Matero stadium in Lusaka today.
Mr. Sampa said this year’s independence celebration is special in that the golden jubilee celebrations have taken place at a time when the Patriotic Front (PF) is ruling.
Meanwhile, Mr. Sampa disclosed plans of constructing a museum in Matero as the area has a number of tourism attraction sites.
He noted for example that Matero has a home of the first republican president Kenneth Kaunda once lived in.
Mr. Sampa also said Matero forms part of the PF history considering the various campaign activities that were conducted in the area before it won the presidential elections.