President Edgar Chagwa Lungu being PF Deputy National Secretary Mumbi Phiri on arrival at Kennneth Kaunda International Airport from Livingstone on May 10,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
President Edgar Chagwa Lungu being PF Deputy National Secretary Mumbi Phiri on arrival at Kennneth Kaunda International Airport from Livingstone on May 10,2015 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

Patriotic Front (PF) Deputy Secretary General Mumbi Phiri says her party will revamp the PF in Solwezi District in North-western province.

Ms Phiri told ZANIS in an interview in Solwezi today that her party will roll out a plan on how it would be revived in the area.

She said the PF leadership will in the next two weeks travel to the district to ensure that party structures are strengthened.

She has warned that they will organise the party in such a way that their presence will be felt.

Ms. Phiri said there is need for the party to improve its structures as they have the capacity to do so.

During a recent meeting in which President Edgar Lungu held with chiefs in Ikelenge District, traditional revealed that there are no PF party structures in their chiefdoms.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Under pf we have seen selective development. N/WP is one of the provinces that has been neglected. The chingola/solwezi road is an anal sore. It will not be easy to cheat the people just because of the elections around the corner.

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  2. Mr Lusaka Times!!!! What do you mean in your caption ” President Edgar Chagwa Lungu being PF Deputy Secretary General Mumbi Phiri………”
    Ba mUmbi phiri, where does she get all this energy….. I remember she and Jean Kapata having BP issues when RB wanted to arrest them. All the same good lucky but start with the road “structures” from Chingola to NWP before you put political “structures”

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    • Sorry Mr LT, I am worse than you. I meant being PF Deputy National Secretary!!!! Now I understand why you write like this!! Naine nayitaya sure. kikikikiiii

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