Edgar Lungu takes lead in 22 out of the 156 constituencies

Edgar Lungu
Edgar Lungu

President Edgar Lungu is leading the presidential race from results from 22 constituencies of the 156 constituencies declared so far by the Electoral Commission of Zambia.
Announcing the latest results from 14 constituencies this morning, ECZ Chairperson Esau Chulu says President Lungu is leading with 207,547 votes, followed by UPND’s Hakainde Hichilema with 153,630 votes, FDD’s Edith Nawakwi has 2,519 votes,PAC’s Andyford Banda has 1,303 votes and UNIP’s Tilyenji Kaunda has 1,104 votes.

Others are Rainbow party’s Wynter Kabimba with 901 votes, UPP’s Savior Chishimba with 747 votes, Green party’s Peter Sinkamba has 521 votes with DA’s Maxwell Mwamba amassing 225 votes.
The 14 latest constituencies whose results have been declared are isoka,Chitambo,Kasempa,Chembe,Wusakile,Kafulafuta,Magoye,Pambashe and Chimwemwe.

Others are Kankoyo,Kanfinsa,Nkana,Kwacha and Mwense.
And emotions run high in the elections results centre with UPND lawyer Martha Mushipe demanding the immediate removal of three named ECZ officials from the ongoing elections process whom she accused of working with the ruling PF to manipulate the outcome of the elections.




  1. That the problem with you newspaper guys you displaying wrong information saying Lungu is leading where coz the ECZ results is showin something else, Update us wit real stuff.

  2. It is good that in copperbelt and Luapula and nothen are sharing but in southen and westen it will be shoching for PF they can’t ever share , tongas and Lozis they can’t share a plate with greedy people or with thieves.

  3. All the UPND is in the same mood as Mather Mushipe. Can someone please tell them that it’s not gonna work….?

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