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UKA targets Lusaka, Copperbelt

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The opposition United Kwacha Alliance – UKA is targeting to get hold of two provinces thus Lusaka and Copperbert as it rolls campaign ahead of 2026 elections.

UKA according to insiders intends to deliver it’s messages through the church. The alliance is working towards solidifying it’s relationship with the Church.

The Church being targeted are the Roman Catholic Church, the United Church of Zambia (UCZ) and the Pentacost Churches.

While the Hakainde Hichilema administration has banned all public political gatherings outside elections, UKA aims to deliver it’s messages through the Church.

Two provinces have been earmarked. Today the Clergy from the Copperbert province were met in NDOLA where UKA LEADERS including former president Edgar Lungu worshiped from.

This is the second gathering after the Lusaka one held at Dan Pule’s Dunamis Church where Lusaka talked about his being slippery like a Snake and that he is not a joker.

Lungu at this gathering also talked about the Hichilema administration that it could go even before the next general election.

Following today’s gathering below is a statement from UKA.

Today, the United Kwacha Alliance, UKA Assembly of Presidents, AoP joined worshipers in Ndola at Trinity Embassy Church International in Mushili for a Special Prayer Service hosted by the Pastors Fellowship.

Before the special service, the alliance Presidents handed over a borehole which they have contributed to meant to aid the community and surrounding areas experiencing erratic water supply.

Present at the church service was the Sixth Republican President, H.E Dr Edgar Chagwa Lungu, SC Sakwiba Sikota-ULP, Mr. Harry Kalaba-CF, Ms. Chishala Kateka-NHP, Apostle Dan Pule-CDP, Mr. Wright Musoma-ZRP, Mr. Peter Chanda-NCP and the UKA Secretary General Hon. Lucky Mulusa.

Also present at the special prayer service were pastors drawn from all the Copperbelt towns who are members of the Copperbelt pastors fellowship. The UKA leaders are accompanied by various senior political party officials in the alliance.

This is the second Special Prayer Service the United Kwacha Alliance, UKA has been invited to by the clergy, the first one being at Dunamis Miracles Church in Lusaka.

Silavwe Jackson
Chairperson Commmuications
United Kwacha Alliance-UKA


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