— Various Political Parties describe the Late President as man with passion

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Various Political Parties describe the Late President as man with passion


Lukulu, 05 November 2014, ZANIS  — Various political Parties in Lukulu and Mitete Districts have described the death of President Micheal Sata has a great loss.

Opposition United Party for National Development (UPND ) Lukulu East Constituency Vice Chairman Jameson Mpidi says the death of President Sata was unexpected .


Mr . Mpidi explained that the late President’s death had cut short developmental projects both in Lukulu and Mitete Districts.

He  said in an interview in Lukulu District today that President Sata showed interest in developing mitete by declaring it as a district and by all the developmental projects that have since taken place in the district.

He said everyone is saddened by the death of his Excellency President Sata saying so far the country has lost a great leader who had passion for all the people despite their status.

Mr. Mpidi has since urged politicians not to politicize the death of President Sata  saying people should mourn him with respect and dignity.

Mr. Mpidi further extended his message of condolences to the first lady and the first family and the nation at large.

And Movement for Multi-Party Democracy Chinonwe Ward Councilor Twembuchi Malikana has described the death of President Micheal Sata as a great loss to the people of mitete district as he gave them a status of the district.

He said since Zambia got independence in 1964 there has been no president who came up with the initiative of making mitete as a district inoder to take development closer to the people.

Mr. Malikana who is also Mitete District Council Chairman said people should come together to mourn the president and to pray for peace and unity among the people of Zambia and within the first family.

The Ward Councilor said it is his prayer that the promises of the Patriotic Front will not be turned down saying development has to continue throughout the country.

Mr. Malikana has since urged all the political parties to respect the mourning period.