Movement for Multi – party Democracy (MMD) constituency aspiring candidate for Chisamba in central province , Moses Muteteka says he weill win the 20 September elections no matter what.
Muteteka, who is also MMD youth chaipreson says he will win the Chisamba seat because of the many things he had done in the area.
Muteteka, who is also immediate past ministry of local government and housing deputy minister, said in an interview that people in the area like him because of his humility and dedication to deliver.
He said that the electorate in the area is going to vote on the basis of what he has done for them.
“The people of Chisamba know me as a hardworking man. We have built schools, clinics, rehabilitated roads, and even introduced good policies in agriculture. They know my capabilities and they are going to vote based on that,” he said.
Mr Muteteka said that victory in the constituency was outright for the MMD as it is the most popular.
“The campaigns are going on very well and everyone is really behind me and the party. The party is very popular in that constituency and obviously victory for the MMD is a very well known fact,” he said.
Mr Muteteka further urged all the people in the constituency to rally behind him and the MMD so that he can finish and continue on the many projects that he intends to take to the area.
“All that am appealing to the people of Chisamba, though am certain that I will win no matter what, is to just rally behind me and my president because we have so many projects that need to be implemented in this area, talk of the ones that are yet to be finished,” he said.
He also said that he would continue to show high levels of humility as it was the one that made him win the hearts of the people.
“My humility to the people of Chisamba has greatly helped me in my political career. Because of humility, I have even grown politically from the time that I started politics back in 2006,” he said.
Mr Muteteka further hailed the peaceful manner in which the campaigns in the area and urged youths countrywide to observe peace and order.
“I am particularly impressed with the way that the campaigns have been going in Chisamba, it has been very peaceful and its just unfortunate that youths have continued to be used in political violence in Lusaka, it’s really sad,” he said.