President Edgar Lungu says the Patriotic Front (PF) administration has fared well in his 90 days of being in office as Head of State.
President Lungu said there is sufficient evidence for people to judge for themselves of what the government is doing to uplift the plight of the people.
Speaking to journalists shortly before his departure to Livingstone where he is expected to officially open the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) Annual General meeting, President Lungu said it is not for him to judge himself but the people Zambia.
President Lungu said the party is now settled and delivering on the promises it made to the Zambia people.
The President noted that his 90 days of being in office as Head of State has been satisfactory and that government is moving forward in delivering development.
On April 25th, President Lungu was seen off at Kenneth Kaunda international airport by Agriculture and Livestock Minister Given Lubinda, Lands and Natural Resources Minister Christabel Ngimbu, Secretary to the Cabinet Dr Roland Msiska, PF Secretary General Davis Chama, senior government officials and services chiefs.
The Presidential challenger carrying President Lungu left Kenneth Kaunda international airport at exactly 15:30 hours.