The Patriotic Front – PF says it will not tolerate any violent behaviour from carders during this period of national mourning.
PF Media Director, Brain Hapunda says the party will disown members who engage in violence.
Mr. Hapunda was speaking to ZNBC at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly before President Sata’s body arrived from London.
Mr. Hapunda appealed to PF members to remain loyal to Acting President Guy Scott and PF leadership.
And Lusaka Province PF Chairman, Geoffrey Chumbwe called for unity in the ruling party.
Mr. Chumbwe says PF members should bury their differences and mourn President SATA as a family.
Meanwhile, Marketeers in Mansa District in Luapula Province say the death of President SATA has robbed the nation of a leader who endeavored to see traders carry out their business in a conducive environment.
The marketeers from Muchinka Main and Kaole Markets, cited the construction of Kasasa market in Mutende Township as an example that President Sata was committed to putting up of modern markets in the district.
Muchinka Market Vice Chairman Nicolas Mulwanda says the Late President had a vision for the country because in the three years he has ruled the country, the nation has witnessed a lot of infrastructure development.
He has since urged all peace loving citizens to mourn peacefully.
And Paison Yamukuba, a disabled marketeer from Muchinka Market, said during President Sata’s presidency, the disabled were recognized and supported.