Mpundu who is eyeing the Nkana Constituency seat currently held by National Planning Development Minister Alexander Chiteme has suggested that there may not be an extention to the exercise.
He said that the roadmap may not provide for an extension given the many follow up activities.
Mpundu has noted that processes such as voter verification, nominations and ballot printing are some of the engagements the Electoral Commission of Zambia could be involved in.
“The voter registration extension is highly unlikely to happen because of the other electoral activities such as voter verification, nominations and ballot printing,” Mpundu said.
He encouraged Zambians that to take advantage of the remaining days and register to take part in the next elections.
“So make sure you register in the remaining days, otherwise you will miss out on voting your preferred leaders,” he added.
Under phase one which came to an end last week, the Electoral Commission of Zambia have registered over 40,000 voters in Kitwe District.