NCHANGA Member of Parliament Wylber Simmusa says he still has presidential ambitions and might stand in 2016 if the situation allows.
The former minister of Lands, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection who took part in the PF second general conference where he lost to Miles Sampa told Hot FM that if the situation and the party allows he will stand for presidency next year.
“There was a situation that allowed for me to stand last year at the PF general conference and I still have the presidential ambitions and can stand in 2016,” he said.
Mr Simuusa said he decided to take part in the PF general conference in Kabwe last year because people asked him to do so and that he will stand in 2016 if people call for him to do so again.
The Nchanga MP has come under pressure in Nchanga constituency as a result of bad roads in the area. Many people in the area have expressed disappointment with the law maker for neglecting the roads in Chingola.
Last week, Chingola taxi and bus drivers protested by parking their cars over bad roads in the area and demanded that their MP Mr Simuusa and the council look into the matter of roads.