Breeze FM radio station has been praised for the role it played during the just ended general elections.
Foundation for Democratic Process, FODEP regional coordinator, Eunice Mwenge, says the radio station played a very important role in educating people on various issues such as the referendum.
She also says Breeze FM offered an opportunity to all candidates regardless of their political affiliation to sale their messages to the electorates, thereby promoting democracy.
And Mrs. Mwenge has observed that the Electoral Commission of Zambia, ECZ and governance organizations still have a lot of work to educate people on how to correctly cast their votes on voting day to avoid having a lot of rejected ballot papers.
She noted that the high number of rejected ballot papers in the just ended general elections is a sign that many people are still not yet fully aware on how to vote.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Mwenge has urged those, who lost to prepare better for future elections and called for peace and unity, saying all citizens should promote the One Zambia One Nation moto.
Mrs. Mwenge explained that there is no need for anyone to promote post elections chaos in the country as all Zambians are one regardless of tribe or political differences.