SPECIAL Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Isaac Chipampe says President Edgar Lungu does not need to take part in a Presidential debate to persuade people to vote for him. And Chipampe says opposition leaders should not expect invitation cards for state functions to be dropped at their doorsteps. In an interview, Chipampe said Presidential debates were not in the Constitution and that it was wrong to force anyone to take part. He added that there was no need for President Lungu to take part in a Presidential debate because people could see how he had developed the country in the shortest period. “I think there is no time for Presidential debates. Presidential debates are not even…...

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