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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Bridget Atanga discontinues a case against Kambwili

Feature Politics Bridget Atanga discontinues a case against Kambwili

Suspended National Democratic Congress (NDC) Secretary General, Bridget Atanga has discontinued a case in which she had sued expelled National Democratic Congress (NDC) President Chishimba Kambwili.

In this matter Mrs. Atanga sought a declaration and order that Mr. Kambwili was properly expelled from the NDC where he served as interim president.

This is according to the notice filed in court by Mrs. Atanga.

The judge has however not yet signed the notice.

On Friday last week, Mrs. Atanga sued the former Roan Member of Parliament in the Lusaka High Court seeking an order to stop Mr. Kambwili from parading himself as NDC President.

In a statement of claim filed in the Lusaka High Court principal registry, Mrs. Atanga further seeks an order that Mr. Kambwili having been properly expelled has no powers to call for any meetings of the NDC.

She also applied for an order of injunction restraining Kambwili from convening any meetings of the NDC.

11 COMMENTS

  1. These foooools like clogging up court time with their rubbish whilst their are innocent people with serious cases stuck in remand …its like that boy Tayali and his fat brother Simson Mwewa

  2. ba atanga pliz stop the nonsence us here on the copperbelt we dont know you and you akabumba wat ever you call him .do know that kambwili is more popular here than evn edgar lungu?

  3. CliDoras Slit sued Kainyokolola Zulu for burgers, apparently they were copulating while overly intoxicated and during the intercourse, Kainyokolola missed the CliDoras’s hole and landed full force in the stinky munungu tearing tissues leading to excessive bleeding. No CliDoras is suing for illegal wrong carnal penetration!

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