Opposition win in Nigeria is inspiring, HH tells New York Times

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Hakainde Hichilema

Hakainde Hichilema

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has been featured in the major international news publication The New York Times following his visit to London where he addressed the Royal Africa Society earlier this week.

In the wake of the victory of opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari in the recently concluded Nigerian elections, Mr Hichilema spoke to the New York Times about the impact his victory will have in inspiring citizens in Zambia and elsewhere to campaign for change.

During the interview Mr Hichilema called for the rise of a new generation of politicians focused on delivering change for their people through better economic management, rather than leaders serving their own personal interests under the guise of politics. Mr Hichilema explained to the New York Times that in Zambia “There is nobody who can be called well off when the great majority of the people are poor.”

The full article placed in the New York Times can be found here.


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