“Why should you always be the ones lagging behind in development as if you insulted God. Zambia was created for all of us and no one should be enjoying at the expense of others.
This province can be the bread basket of Africa because you have everything. You can grow all the rice that Africa needs but because of bad leadership, you continue to produce meagre quantities of the crop due to inadequate support from the people you choose to be your leaders,” she said.
Ms. Nawakwi further said it was not right that school children in the province are dropping out of schools due to simple reasons which could easily be fixed if responsible leaders were voted for
She noted that politicians fail to deliver because they make promises without understanding the needs of the people on the ground.
Meanwhile, Ms. Nawakwi says she will not address any rallies in the province because she did not want to address faceless people but would go down to the grassroots.
She noted that by addressing people in small groups she would appreciate their needs and challenges which would make easier for her to remember and deal with once she is elected as Republican President on 20th January 2015.
The results oriented opposition President has since appealed to her supporters to help her convince the masses to vote for her in the coming elections.
And Copperbelt Province Vice Chairperson, Margret Mutandwa, cautioned the public against “being moved by the wind when voting like was the case in 2011 when people just voted for change with scrutinizing what the leaders”.
She said the country has been given a chance make real change in the forthcoming Presidential elections.