President Hichilema’s Address on Progress in National Values Sparks Hope and Praise 

In a recent address to the National Assembly, President Hakainde Hichilema of Zambia outlined the progress made in the application of national values and principles, sparking hope and praise among citizens. 

The address touched on critical issues affecting the Zambian people, eliciting commendation from various quarters.

The UPND Western Province Presidential Campaign Team Spokesperson, Spuki Mulemwa, issued an official statement expressing sincere commendation for President Hichilema’s timely pledge to address hunger amidst the devastating drought, particularly in rural provinces like Western Province. 

The pledge reflects a commitment to ensuring the welfare of all citizens, especially those in the most vulnerable regions.

President Hichilema’s announcement to establish a university in each of Zambia’s ten provinces has been widely welcomed and commended. 

This initiative, emphasizing education as a top priority under the New Dawn Administration, instills confidence among the populace. 

Unlike promises made by previous governments, there is optimism that this commitment will materialize under President Hichilema’s leadership.

The decision to build a university in Western Province specifically is seen as a significant step towards bringing higher education closer to the people. 

This move is expected to not only enhance educational opportunities but also contribute to the overall development and prosperity of the region.

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