European Observers Plays Down Election Re-run In Zambia.

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As fears are growing in Zambia that the elections might take an extra mile due to a tight contest between the two rivals, Hakainde Hichilema and Edgar Lungu, the obsevers have a different view on the matter.

The European Observers in Zambia have demonstrated that the nation won’t go into election re-run since President Edgar Lungu will win the elections with a 56 percent mark.

Their stamtements simply shows that the elections have been free and fair in the country therefore whoever grabs the bragging rights deserves it.

As per the observers survey released on Saturday evening which focused on the two leaders of the race, President Lungu and UPNDs Hakainde Hichilema, President Lungu will achieve 56 percent of the votes whilst Hichilema will gather 44 percent.

With the prior statistics demonstrating that the various contenders would share under 3 percent of the votes unmistakably President Lungu will win this race and the nation won’t get into the election re-run.

The Provincial count demonstrates that President Lungu will scoop Central, Copperbelt, Eastern, Luapula, Luapula, Lusaka, Northern, and Muchinga then he will get noteworthy misfortunes in NorthWestern, Southern and Western.

The voting patterns recorded have been attributed to tribal voting in the Country as observed in previous Elections.

In the mean time UPND Member of National Management Committee (NMC) Mutale Nalumango has requested that UPND Youths battle for Hakainde Hichilema and UPND.

The UPND has approached its Youths to go to war and guard the triumph of Hakainde Hichilema.

At a Press Briefing at the UPND Secretariat, UPND Chairperson Mutale Nalumango announced Hichilema the winner of the General Election and requested that their Youths protect their triumph with all it takes!

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