Some MMD MPs want convention before alliance talks with PF

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mmd-2SOME Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) members of Parliament (MPs) who have supported President Lungu’s call for the former ruling party to form an alliance with the Patriotic Front (PF) ahead of the August 11 polls have demanded that the party should hold a national convention to elect new leaders.

The MPs said holding a general convention this year is the only surest way of making the MMD strong before it enters into an alliance with the ruling party.

The law-makers include Nalikwanda MP Geoffrey Lungwangwa, Chitambo MP Mwimba Malama, Kasenengwa MP Victoria Kalima and Sinda MP Levy Ngoma.

But Dr Mumba said it is only the preserve of the national executive committee to decide whether or not the party should hold a national convention.

One Response to Some MMD MPs want convention before alliance talks with PF

  1. The Man of the collar Nevers Mumba, should stop experimenting a few weeks ago he was on News Media fuming as peri – peri was introduced into his eyes, many informed Zambians heard him say P.F was full of hooliganism. Some of us are asking questions like: What has changed all of a sudden ba man of God?
    Are showing us the true colors of the Nevers Mumba of yester-years?

    Patrotic Man
    February 6, 2016 at 12:20