It’s official, UPND scoops two, MMD and PF get one each

Official results released by the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) has revealed that the United Party for National Development (UPND) has scooped two seats, Kafulafuata on the Copperbelt Province and Solwezi East in North Western Provnce.
The ruling Patriotic Front (PF) has scooped the Mkushi North while the former ruling party the Movement for Multi Party Democracy (MMD) has scooped Chipata Central seat.
In Kafulafuta, UPND candidate Brian Chitafu polled 2,504 followed by ruling PF’s James Chishiba with 2,407 while NAREP’s Jimmy Kasabwa managed 329 votes and Evelyn Mwanawasa of the MMD who pulled out of the race got 32 votes.
In Solwezi East Ville Lombanya of UPND polled 3,127 votes beating his next rival Peter Illunga of PF with 1,474 votes while UNIP’s candidate Cephas Luweili got 55 votes.
In Chipata Mtolo Phiri of the MMD beat Lameck Mangani with 8,186 while Mangani was in distance second with 5,913.
UNIP candidate Elina Nyirenda got 452 votes, Kazembe Daka of NAREP with 91 and 20 for an independent,Penlope Nkunika .
In Mkushi North, the PF candidate Ingrid Mphande beat her oponents after amassing 3,038 and was followed by the MMD candidate Jonathan Kapungwe with 1,366 vote.
UPND candidate Wynter Libhole got 99 votes, Benard Nshimbi of UNIP got 83 votes while Felix Chisanga an Independent got 66 votes while NAREP’s Albert Kaweya got 39.