Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General, Davies Mwila has announced that all suspensions involving party officials and ordinary members in the party have been uplifted with immediate effect.
Mr. Mwila announced this in Chinsali today during a meeting for party officials drawn from all the 9 districts in the province, held at Twakundana Lodge.
The PF SG said the PF is a democratic party and in a bid to level the playing field, all suspensions involving party officials and ordinary members have been uplifted with immediate effect.
He said no one should be barred from standing for any position on grounds that he or she is on suspension.
The SG has also retaliated the need for unity of purpose in the party stating thatg even after internal party elections are held at various levels of the party structures, the ultimate goal is not to leave the party divided.
Mr. Mwila said that Party President Edgar Lungu has given a consent to uplift all suspensions in the party and allow every member to participate freely in party elections.
He said people who are strong enough and willing to take the party to higher heights should be voted into office.
Mr. Mwila added that, no person will be imposed on the people noting that people will be voted into office on merit.
And Mr. Mwila has called on Members of Parliament in Muchinga Province to be united in order for the area to achieve meaningful development.
He said that MPs in Muchinga should be meeting to decide what projects are a priority in the area.
Speaking during the same meeting PF Chairperson for Elections, Yamfwa Mukanga said the SG and other senior party officials are in Muchinga to give party officials guidelines for the forth coming party elections.
Mr. Mukanga called for loyalty in the party adding that people with double standards will not be allowed to stand for any position.
The PF Secretary General is accompanied to Chinsali by party chairperson for elections Yamfwa Mukanga, Deputy National Chairperson, Dorothy Kazunga and PF Deputy Media Director, Antonio Mwanza.
You have killed a young beautiful intellectual and you have blood on your hands
Will lifting suspension feed Zambians or bring back lost life of an innocent unza student
Good work SG, thats the way to go. Fruits will manifest soon. Never mind these blue mutwes. There envy is gonna waste ’em all.
1 & 2, I hope your concern is not the name of the student…… another life lost, this reminds me of that poor young lady in 2016 who was put in the firing line by upnd to gain sympathy votes, I hope its not upnd again…..pantu this party is so desperate and yet will never ever get into power as long as T Hacks lives.
thumbs up so HARRY KALABA , CHISHIMBA kambwili , MUMBI PHIRI ALL CAN STAND FEELY
Upnd cadre just enjoy the loot while you can otherwise your day of reckoning is coming. This is not about the opposition but your arrogance, justice is coming for the girl you killed. People’s anger is growing, if you didn’t see that video on the prophesy about Zambia you should. Between the killings, people not getting paid for months and a bad economy people are going to revolt soon and your PF will be in the opposition before you know and the despised will have charge over you. God knows how to humble the proud like you.
@china, Zambians are not stupid to revolt just to see HH into state house. by the way it’s a known fact that revolution in Zambia can only start from lusaka or kopala and not a few unza dundumwezians. pangoombe pena twakana
What is the name of the lodge again.
When is HH going to be arrested for inciting students to riot ,which ended on the loss of life.
Shame on you Davies Mwila. Instead of joining millions of Zambians who are mourning the innocent daughter of our soul, there you are shamelessly politicking. You guys in PF are hard-hearted, just like your god – father Edgar Lungu. You came to rule us by killing us and destroying. Innocent blood of the Zambians has always been in your hands.
Remember Mapenzi Chibulo?
This police brutality on innocent citizens needs to be condemned in strongest terms.
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