Zambia’s main opposition candidate, Hakainde Hichilema, was on Wednesday officially nominated for the presidential election scheduled for August, as dozens of Zambians demanded “change” and food for thought. Africa News reports that opposition parties and activists have formed an alliance called the UPND Alliance for the Zambia We Want, supporting Hichilema, who narrowly lost in 2016 and spent four months in prison for treason after contesting the result. The level of debt and the economic difficulties plaguing the country are expected to dominate campaigning.