– FODEP advises Tembo to stop being rhetoric

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  The Foundation For Democratic Processes (FODEP ) says aspiring member of parliament candidate for Kabwata constituency Clement  Tembo should stop being rhetoric ahead of the 2016 tripartite elections.


The organization’s Executive Director Macdonald Chipenzi says Mr. Tembo should avoid being rhetoric but instead start pressing for the release of the constitution.



ZANIS reports that Mr Chipenzi said this in a telephone interview in Lusaka today.



He was commenting on remarks by the aspiring Kabwata member of parliament for 2016 polls  who said that area member of parliament Given Lubunda has over stayed without delivering to his constituents.



The FODEP leader has said that although Mr Tembo has  his democratic right to expression, the electorate in Kabwata should use their right to vote for their preferred MP capable of representing their interests.



Kabwata member of parliament Given Lubinda according to local media reports has retaliated Mr Tembo’s sentiments stating that he is day dreaming if he thinks that he will become the next area member of parliament.