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MMD announces its intentions to reclaim the three parliamentary seats it lost

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Opposition Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) has announced its intentions to participate in the July 25 by-elections to reclaim the three parliamentary seats it recently lost through resignations of it Members of Parliament.

Director of communication in the office of the MMD president Muhabi Lungu has maintained that the former ruling party has sufficient resources to participate in the by-elections.

Speaking to Qfm in an interview Mr. Lungu also expressed optimism that the MMD would win in all three constituencies it had lost the parliamentary seats.

The three Parliamentary seats which were held by the MMD include Kafulafuta, Mkushi North, and Solwezi west constituencies.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Welcome aboard MMD.We will give you a good ride for your money.This will be our test of our popularity after we removed the subsidies.

  2. sobelenge ulichipuba bantu nabafulwa, kukasama nako things are not okay umulandu waba senior chief mwamba. na ku luwingu Ba PF na tamfya councilor. in shot Pf is not going anywhere

  3. PF must be voted OUT of POWER. All areas where there are by-elections, let us VOTE out PF bane.

    This will send a signal to PF that things are NOT ok on the ground and the common man suffering more now.

  4. ALL OPPOSITION PARTIES JUST AGREE TO SUPPORT ONE CANDIDATE. MOBILISE YOUR SELVES PLUS SUPPORT FROM NGOS AND CHURCHES AND YOUTH. EAT THEIR MONEY BUT DO NOT VOTE FOR THEM PERIOD.

    USE THEIR DONCHI KUBEBA…GET THE BRIBES BUT DO NOT VOTE FOR THEM…MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET

  5. What happened to’ never ‘ taking part in the by-elections? Disorganisation in the opposition parties, especially in the MMD is the major problem. How do you plan or make any serious strategy if you keep changing your positions on major issues like elections almost everyday? People get fade up and demoralised and start looking for other leaders to support. MMD should put its house in order before it starts to contest elections, the recent past results in the by-elections have not been encouraging.

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