UPND only condemned load-shedding in 2020 because it was caused by a management problem, this one is beyond our control, says deputy Secretary General Gertrude Imenda. The ruling party deputy chief executive has insisted that the current power cuts are temporary and a result of an act of God. In an interview, Imenda said load shedding could have been controlled in 2020 because there was plenty of water. “There are two different types of load shedding. In 2014 or 2015, we had low water levels. I was in Parliament that time and we visited both Kafue Lower and Kariba. We saw for ourselves the water levels. That type of load shedding, as far as I am concerned, we didn’t condemn…...

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