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ZESCO employees in Northwest passes vote of no confidence in NEC

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The National Energy Sector and Allied Workers Union (NESAWU) in Solwezi in Northwestern Province have passed a vote of no confidence in their current National Executive Committee. because they were already expelled from the union.       This is contained in a statement signed by their Provincial Chairperson Victor Pezulu and made available to ZANIS in Solwezi today.      The statement stated that as members of NESAWU in the province they have decided not to support the current NEC which was expelled from the union as they failed to attend the National Council meeting.       Mr. Pezulu said that ZESCO members from Northwestern Province were in support of the interim National Executive Committee (NEC) which was elected in Kitwe at Katilungu House.       Mr. Pezulu has warned that the expelled NEC members should not visit Northwestern Province because they had ceased to be leaders to represent ZESCO workers saying it was a no go zone for them.      Mr. Pezulu said the current acting Union President and her team will not be recognised in the province. ZANIS/ENDS/CK/CK/CLM/

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