By Etambuyu Katota
Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo has advised political party cadres to refrain from unruly conduct as the law will not spare anyone.
And, Mr. Kampyongo says more police officers will however only be deployed in urban areas where there are reports of some unruly political cadres attempting to disrupt the voter registration exercise.
Mr. Kampyongo who is also Shiwang’andu Member of Parliament was speaking when he checked on the voter registration exercise at Kasangala and Kanakashi primary schools in Shiwang’andu District.
He commended residents for turning up in numbers to register as voters despite the long queues.
Mr. Kampyongo assured residents that the Electoral Commission of Zambia -ECZ- is addressing the challenges of inadequate manpower and equipment, urging those registering not to be discouraged.
The Shiwang’andu Law maker also directed Muchinga Ward councillor Fridah Mulenga to ensure the construction of the one by three classroom blocks at two primary schools are completed by December month end.
Mr. Kampyongo said there is no need for the construction to delay because materials have already been provided.
And Ms. Mulenga said she is working with other councillors in the constituency to ensure residents are sensitised on the importance to register as voters.
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