Monday, 15 September 2008
United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema waving the party symbol before addressing the gathering.
Mr Hichilema launched his party's manifesto ahead of the Presidential elections slated for October 30 this year.
Among the things he presented were the promise to reduce taxes in Zambia, a song which fellow opposition Patrotic front leader Micheal Sata has been singing since he entered the presidential race in 2001.
Mr Hichilema is now expected to go out with ful force and woo voters across Zambia.
The opposition leader was accompanied by is predecessor Anderson Mazoka's wife Mutinta among other senior party officials.
Mr Hichilema arrived late for the meeting, which slated for 09:00 hours but he only pitched up after 10:00 hours but the cadres whomanaged to withstand the long wait jubilated upon his arrival.