In this ground-breaking work, Kelvin Fube Bwalya-KBF, does what very few other Zambians have ever done. He spells out a clear-cut vision for Zambia and lays out time lines together with very practical action plans for Zambia’s Economic Transformation. More unique is the fact that he has gone on to generate an alternative budget framework for key aspects of his vision and has effectively demonstrated that Zambia has sufficient financial resources to undertake decisive economic transformation. By so doing, he makes a strong case that poor leadership, and not lack of resources is the MAJOR reason for our failures as a country. In revelation style, KBF postulates that Zambia’s Economic Transformation will not take place without the active and decisive participation of the Church. He further takes the position that Zambia’s greatest asset is the youths that make up 82% of the country’s population. He goes on to detail how Zambia should engage and invest in this youth capital for decisive results. Establishing 3 production cities every year; creating 500,000 new jobs annually; increasing agriculture’s contribution to GDP from $2.4 billion to $24 billion within 5 years; building 100,000 houses for citizens every year; reducing annual fuel imports by $500 million within 5 years; reducing PAYE tax rate from 36.5% to 10% within 5 years; returning Zambia’s economy into the hands of Zambians; making Zambia the best governed country in Africa within 5 years and ensuring every Zambian youth is either at school or at work, KBF puts out some of the boldest and most ambitious goals ever put on paper regarding the nation of Zambia. Yet, with such practical clarity, he manages to detail how these bold goals will be achieved. It makes one wonder why our nation has wallowed in poverty for so long! In the true spirit of a transformational leader, he convincingly challenges Zambians to unite, redefine their aspirations and efforts towards a prosperous nation. In so many ways than one, this treatise is clear proof that ‘Less Taxes and More Money in people’s pockets’ was never just a campaign gimmick but was a serious agenda that still begs to be fulfilled-ZAMBIA MUST PROSPER!!