US national advises Zambians to vote for leaders who can perform

A visiting United States National has expressed concern by most African and Zambian leaders’ failure to make progressive development that can benefit their own people.
74 year old Joseph Beasely, a United States National who is in the country to assess projects he has funded in Zambia has observed that programs like the Millennium Development Goals have not had progress due to complacency on the part of the leaders.
Mr. Beasely says the continent needs action oriented leaders who will not merely talk about matters concerning the people but instead work towards addressing their challenges.
He has also advised Zambians to vote for leaders who will address real issues during the elections which he will be coming to observe.

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