Minister Chishimba Kambwili says the 90 days slogan by the Patriotic Front Party was a campaign theme.

Youth and Sports Development Minister Chishimba Kambwili says that the PF, Patriotic Front Party’s 90 days slogan was a campaign theme.

Reacting to sentiment’s that the PF had promised Zambians to deliver the constitution within 90 days during the 2011 general election campaigns, Mr. Kambwili clarified that the party meant that it would put in place a solid foundation that would help the country develop.

Speaking during Political Hour Programme on Breeze FM last evening, the minister said that true to the promise, the PF government constituted the technical committee on drafting the national constitution within 90 days.

And Mr. Kambwili says that government does not want to rush with the new constitution, in order to ensure that aspirations of all Zambians are considered, before the final document is out.

He also explained that holding a referendum is expensive and that currently, the country does not have enough money because it just came from holding general elections two years ago.

The youth and sports development minister explained that holding a referendum is as expensive as holding a general election.

Meanwhile, Mr. Kambwili has on behalf of government apologized to farmers for the delay in the delivery of inputs for the 2013/2014 farming season.

Mr.  Kambwili says that the delay was due to logistical challenges that government has faced.

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