Former Zambian footballer, Kalusha Bwalya has cast his vote for presidential and parliamentary elections.
He took to social media to confirm that he has done his duty as a citizen of Zambia.
“Answering the call of my civic duty, I have cast my vote…very impressed with the high turn out of voters,” he posted on Facebook.
Meanwhile, the President of Zambia Edgar Lungu has also cast his vote.
Lungu will try to fend off a perennial opposition challenger 59 year old Hakainde Hichilema and other 14 candidates vying for the presidency.
After casting his vote, Lungu urged Zambians to vote and get back to their homesteads.
Lungu was elected the president of Zambia in 2015 after winning a disputed snap election to finish the term of President Michael Sata who died in office.