Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo says government will work tirelessly to ensure the August 12 polls are violence free

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Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo says government will work tirelessly to ensure the August 12 polls are violence free.

Mr. Lusambo says that President Edgar Lungu has already made it clear that he wants elections held in a free and fair manner.

The Kabushi Lawmaker was speaking when he graced the induction of Rev. Karen Mwenda at the United Church of Zambia All Saints Congregation in Samfya.

Mr. Lusambo who was accompanied by Luapula Province Minister Nickson Chilangwa said government will not allow any breakdown of law before, during and after elections.

And Mr. Lusambo pledged to buy music equipment for the Church , uniforms for the praise team and empower the women in the church .

He said that government will continue to strengthen its relationship with the Church in fostering development.

Meanwhile, Luapula Province UCZ Presbytery Bishop Darious Chitalu said the Church appreciates its partnership with government and pledged to continue praying for leaders in the Country.

And Congregation outgoing Reverend In-Charge Patrick Banda said the Church will preach against cyber bullying and ensure peace continues to reign.

He stated that the church will support government in bringing to book all those involved in cyber bullying.

Reverend Banda further added that the ongoing developmental projects in different sectors of the economy among them Roads, Health, and Education are evidence of government’s desire to improve the lives of the people.

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