Zambia’s Underdevelopment – Who’s To Blame?

Zambia’s Underdevelopment – Who’s To Blame?

THE underdevelopment we see today in most communities of our nation is a result of poor and selfish leadership.

The best choice for Zambia as it gives the nation a shift from the same old failed leadership of men is to elect other people instead of recycling the same ones.

The challenges Zambians are going through are a result of misplaced priorities of the elected leaders.

“It is strange that in a natural resource endowed country, unemployment and poverty are high and the nation is dependent on borrowing to implement projects to benefit the people. Yes, it is very strange because it makes me wonder where our leaders take our unprocessed natural resources and end up contracting huge amounts of debt on behalf of the people of Zambia for programmes that benefit politicians more than the people and this needs to be curtailed if we are to deliver sustainable development to the people,” said an aspiring political candidate.

The electorate must hope for a better Zambia through the election of credible and selfless leaders who will give the nation a shift from the same old failed leadership of men.

The underdevelopment we see today in most communities of the nation is a result of poor and selfish leadership from those elected to serve the people.

Comments

comments