President Michael Sata has urged traditional leaders to visit him at State House as he cannot not manage to visit them because Zambia was too large for him.
Sata who travelled to all parts of the country during campaigns has now revealed that he cannot manage travel to meet people and their traditional leaders because the country was too large.
President Sata said this when he met traditional leaders from Luangwa valley who included Chief Jumbe and Nyalugwe.
The president said those expecting him to go to their places will be wasting their time hence it was better for chiefs to instead go and meet him anytime and present their problems.
The president has so far not gone to various parts of the country to thank them for the votes.
Recently, first lady Christine Kaseba-Sata when visiting Northern Province said the President could not visit the people of Northern Province because they were mourning Paramount Chief Chitimukulu.