UPND says the late distribution of inputs might make it unpopular among farmers now, but it will redeem itself next year because this is just a learning curve. In an interview, UPND deputy Secretary General Gertrude Imenda said the late distribution of inputs was regrettable but one only learns through experience. “There are so many good things that have happened under this government’s administration during the past 14 or 15 months of its existence. And yes, much as you believe that a small drop of poison in milk can spoil everything, but I think this is just a learning curve, it’s a learning process. We learn by experience. This is something which is regrettable and shouldn’t happen but I think…...

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