NAREP defends credibility of January 20th presidential election


The opposition National Restoration Party (NAREP) has added its voice in refuting claims the just ended January 20th presidential election could have been a fraud.

NAREP National Secretary Jervan Kamanga says having been personally involved in the presidential election he finds it unfair for any individual or political party to claim the poll was a fraud.

Reverend Kamanga states as far as his party is concerned, the presidential election was free and fair.

He has told Qfm News this means all political parties that took part in the election must accept the results without throwing unnecessary and unsubstantiated claims that the election was stolen.

Reverend Kamanga says to this effect his party’s president Elias Chipimo Junior will be issuing a comprehensive statement on the just ended presidential election to state the way forward for NAREP.

He says his party also thinks that the just ended election has brought out the ugly face of tribalism which it totally condemns.

Reverend Kamanga has appealed to the President Edgar Lungu to find ways and means of bridging the gap to all the people around the country who were misled to vote on tribal lines.


QFM Zambia