PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has insisted that his government is determined to deliver on its promises and doesn’t care who destroyed the country. And the President says Zambians forget quickly and can’t remember that teargas and “blood” at bus stops were once the order of the day. Speaking during an interactive meeting with Zambians resident in Angola, Wednesday evening, President Hichilema insisted that the country was destroyed in the last 10 years. “We are going through [a] transition from a corrupt-ridden supply system in agriculture. We sit on some of the best agronomic conditions, some of the best hydrological conditions despite climate change. So we are investing more in agriculture. Mining is important, not just to export raw materials as we…...

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