By Angela Limwanya

Southern Province Freedom Fighters and Democracy Association Chairperson, Bernard Namula says the country will always remain indebted to Zambia’s founding father, Kenneth Kaunda for his selflessness in the promotion of peace and unity.

Namula who has recounted the journey to the 1973 Choma Declaration to the late former President’s son Panji Kaunda in Choma, said Dr. Kaunda sacrificed a lot for the country to be peaceful.

He explained that it is important for all citizens to continue upholding the peace and unity the founding father fought for.

Namula said it is painful sometimes to hear politicians spreading tribal remarks that have the potential of disrupting the country’s peace.

He has encouraged all political leaders to emulate the First President’s love for peace and unity in the country.

Source: ZNBC《》ZZ