The Anti-Voter Apathy Project AVAP says the suspension of political rallies will disadvantage the electorate on making informed decisions when voting.

AVAP Chief Executive officer Richwell Mulwani says it will be difficult for the electorate to fully scrutinize manifestos by political parties.

Speaking in an interview with Christian voice in Lusaka today, Mr. Mulwani has therefore urged all political parties contesting in this year’s general election to ensure they maximize other campaign platforms to ensure their messages reached the electorates.

And Mr. Mulwani has also urged voters not to be discouraged following the suspension of political rallies but turn up in large numbers on the polling day.