KABWATA TOLD TO TURN UP FOR VOTING

 

The Anti Voter Apathy Project -AVAP- has called on Kabwata residents to turn up in numbers and vote for their preferred candidate in tomorrow’s by-election.

AVAP Executive Director, RICHWELL MULWANI says it is impressive that campaigns have been violence free and issue based.

Mr. MULWANI told ZNBC News in an interview that the peaceful environment should encourage more residents to go out and cast their votes tomorrow.

He has called on political parties to ensure they continue to be peaceful before the campaigns officially close at 18 hours today.

Mr. MULWANI has also advised political parties contesting the election to encourage voters to turn out in large numbers.

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