Ballot papers for Mufumbwe and Milanzi by elections are to arrive in the country today.
Speaking to radio phoenix, Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) Public Relations Officer, Chris Akufuna said the ballot papers were printed in South Africa and will be taken to the constituencies when they arrive.
Akufuna refuted claims by some sections of society that some ballot papers were being printed in the country.
Meanwhile, Anti-Voter Apathy Project (AVAP) Executive Director Bonnie Tembo has appealed to the electorate to scrutinize the aspiring candidates for Mufumbwe and Milanzi and vote on merit.
Tembo urged the electorate and political parties to be peaceful and not perpetrate violence as it is detrimental.
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