Parliamentarians have been cautioned by President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA not to politicize the education bursary program offered to residents through the Constituency Development Fund.
Parliamentarians, according to President HICHILEMA, should understand that education is a crucial investment that should be provided to everyone.
He questioned why around 26 constituencies had not offered bursaries to their residents under the CDF component.
The President has also urged parents and guardians to carry out their responsibility to shield their kids from harm and to have an impact on their moral character in society.
President HICHILEMA expressed concern over the rate at which marriages are disintegrating and urged for strong families and marriages in the nation.
In his speech to Parliament today, President HICHILEMA expressed worry about social media abuse and has since urged people to use social media to advance social and economic growth.
Also, he urged lawmakers to cooperate with the government in reducing the harmful impacts of climate change, which are still wreaking havoc in some regions of the nation.
The present floods, according to President HICHILEMA, are a sign that the nation needs to build better infrastructure that will withstand the test of time.