The opposition UPND has encouraged its members that the fight to reclaim its alleged stolen votes in the just ended general elections is not over yet.
UPND vice president for administration Geoffrey Mwamba says his party has sufficient evidence to petition the outcome of the elections.
He has disclosed at media briefing held last evening that part of this evidence will include the incarceration of some of its members on alleged tramped up non-bailable charges.
Mr. Mwamba says party members should remain prayerful and calm as the Constitutional Court hears the petition.
He thinks that it is not necessary for anyone to panic as he believes God is on side of the UPND.
Speaking at the same briefing MMD president Nevers Mumba has wondered why there was so much security at Mulungushi International Conference Center were elections results were being announced.
Dr. Mumba has recalled that it has never happened in Zambia’s history that the returning officer of a presidential election can be protected by armed police officers at the time of announcing the results.
He suspects that what happened on Monday this week when President Lungu was being declared winner of the election is a sign of how scared the ruling PF is of what it has allegedly done.
And Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) president Charles Milupi warned the ruling PF and President Lungu that the path upon which they are is one of ruin.
Mr. Milupi says this is not only ruling PF and President Lungu himself that are headed for ruin but it is also the rest of the nation.
He says it is very important that the will of the people seem to prevail and which is the more reason the petition will be filed in the Constitutional Court on Thursday today.