Milupi challenges HH critics, as Mwanawasa, Mutati campaign in Ndola rural

Milupi challenges HH critics, as Mwanawasa, Mutati campaign in Ndola rural

Mrs Mwanawasa and Mutati in Ndola rural

Mrs Mwanawasa and Mutati in Ndola rural

image5Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) president Charles Milupi has challenged people claiming that UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was making false promises to point at the false promises being made.
And Milupi has noted that there was no time for the PF to make promises as time has catch up with them.
Speaking on Radio Phoenix ‘Let the people talk’ programme Tuesday morning where he featured with Lubansenshi independent Member of Parliament Patrick Mucheleka, Mulupi said he has weighed the promises that Hichilema is making and was convinced that they were all achievable.
He said as opposed to the PF empty promises made in 2011, the UPND promises are indicating how and where resources will come from to achieve them.
He said the PF did not know how to achieve their promises and have now resorted to heavy external borrowing instead of using locally generated funds
‘I am not a fool and Mucheleka is not a fool, we have analysed the promises and they indicate where resources will come from and I challenge any person to ask on the promises HH has made on his tour and I will tell them where the money will come from,’ said Milupi.
Milupi said by reducing the cost of production through reduction of fuel and fertilizer, the benefits will be passed to the consumers.
He said international oil prices have reduced by 38 percent yet the PF has only reduced the price of fuel by 6.9 percent and charged that someone was pocketing the 30 percent.
And Milupi has said that it was too late for the PF to make promises to the people of Zambia because time has catch-up with them.
He reminded the PF that when Tobacco and cotton farmers protested over the poor price for their produce, the PF reacted by deporting Father Banyangandora, a Catholic Priest who had defended the poor farmers and noted that Minister of Justice and Defence Edgar Lungu was behind the deportation as the then Minister of Home Affairs.

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