National Democratic Congress -NDC- Secretary General Mwenya Musenge
National Democratic Congress Secretary General Mwenya Musenge

The National Democratic Congress NDC has with immediate effect expelled Mwenya Musenge from the party.

The National Governing Council NGC of the party made this unanimous decision after an emergency meeting today.

Twenty Two NGC members and eight NDC office bearers of the NDC have cited a number of reasons for expelling Mr. Musenge.

Mr. Musenge has among other things been expelled for gross indiscipline, absentism and destabilizing the NDC.

He has also been axed for parading himself as a Secretary General of the NDC overlooking a court decision.

Further, members of the press have been advised to stop quatoting Mr. Musenge in any media writeups.

Doing so will constitute contempt of court.

A letter expelling Mr. Musenge from the NDC will be delivered to him.

This is according to a statement issued by NDC Secretary General Mrs. Bridget Atanga.

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28 COMMENTS

  1. No news here….no distraction from Lungu drug dealing in a Presidential Jet….thats what we are interested in

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    • Kkkkkkk fired.
      NDC need for delete PF mentality they grew up with trumped up and challegaeble charges.
      Just harmer him with 1 good reason = absenteeism.

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    • Fighting over nothing. Musenge already delivered the final blow by getting his own party registered because it became infested. That’s how come he even went & registered a new party. Ali pa relax.

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    • You people don’t get it now, do you?
      Dysfunct NDC is actually Mwenya Musenge’s.
      He owned it when the consultant, CKinsultor, was still masquerading as PF.
      Iyo nkhani siima mukondweretsa Mwenya Musenge ka
      This NDC has a strong spirit ai, even in it’s death, it is hitting headlines?

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    • @Chidumbo
      Kambwili has appealed the deregistration of the NDC with the minister of home affairs and according to the registration of societies act, his party can still conduct its business pending the decision by the minister. As things stand right now, NDC is still in existence.

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    • LT writes:
      “members of the press have been advised to stop quatoting Mr. Musenge in any media writeups.
      Doing so will constitute contempt of court.”

      Simply quoting him will be okay, I guess.

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    • @GUNDIXY
      Kambwili has appealed the deregistration of the NDC with the minister of home affairs and according to the registration of societies act, his party can still conduct its business pending the decision by the minister. As things stand right now, NDC is still in existence.

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  2. Forget about these thieves and drug pushers in PF. 2021 is just around the corner. The savior is already with us in HH.

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  3. FIC boss George Siame?

    Who misled the president into appointing uyu mambala?

    The lunatic (literally) was dismissed from ZRA for dirty dealings with Trade Kings and the next moment presido appoints him boss of an organization responsible for ensuring clean dealings in public institutions. Wonders will never end.

    I thank the president for reversing the blunder within 24 hours. George nimbushi.

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  4. Further, members of the press have been advised to stop quatoting Mr. Musenge in any media writeups.
    Why interfere with whom the press want to quote?

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  5. Yaba! blackman whats wrong with you blackman, and thats why the book of life say ” The human heart is the most deceitful of all things, and desperately wicked. Who really knows how bad it is?

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  6. This is pretty weird! I thought NDC’s registration had been revoked by the Registrar of Societies? How can one be expelled from a party that has ceased to exist?

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