FORMER Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) chief executive officer Zindaba Soko says it is too early to state whether or not he will be adopted for the Chipata Central seat in next year’s general elections.
In an interview, Soko said he was not campaigning in the area but merely having meetings, which has so far been a success.
“I can’t say that [I’ll be adopoted] now it is too early. I just went for meetings. In the future I will be able to announce officially. For now, I just went for meetings, that is where I come from and I just went to meet my people. Campaigns have not started. I just went for meetings there. I have had successful meetings that is all I can say,” said Soko.
Soko has since produced a campaign song which promises that he will work with the church, youths, women and chiefs once ushered into office.
The song also portrays him as God fearing, loving and accommodating.