United Party for National Development-UPND Vice President Richard Kapita says the Patriotic Front -PF has lost support on the Copperbelt.
Mr. Kapita says this is because of PF leader Michael Sata’s stance on homosexuality, which is against Christian values and principles.
Most Christians in Zambia have been disappointed at the PF leader’s support for homosexuality.
In an interview with some journalist from Europe, Mr Sata said Zambian laws support homosexuality.
But the Law association of Zambia issued a statement that homosexuality was a crime in Zambia.
Since then, many people have condemned Mr Sata’s pro-homosexuality stance because Zambia is a Christian nation.
Speaking at the UPND rally in Mazabuka on Sunday, Mr Kapita said the PF and its leader are therefore losing credibility because of careless utterances.
Earlier, UPND Deputy National Youth Chairman, Likando Mufalali said PF has no support in western province.
Mr. Mufalali urged Zambians not to believe the PF crowds that are allegedly being flashed in one of the Newspapers as they are fake.
He says the pictures are cooked up to create a misleading impression that Mr Sata is gaining growing popularity.
And UPND President Hakainde Hichilema says his party will focus its energies on raising revenue from the country’s resources when voted into power.
Mr. Hichilema also says he will prioritize education and agriculture.