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THERE IS NO CRISIS IN PF,KANG’OMBE

THERE IS NO CRISIS IN PF,KANG’OMBE

By SILUMESI MALUMO

PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Kamfinsa Member of Parliament, Christopher Kangómbe, has clarified that there is no crisis in the party.
Mr Kang’ombe said what is happening in the party is clear that the party is attractive.
He said it is normal for party members to scramble for higher positions.
Mr Kang’ombe, who is a PF Presidential hopeful, said the members of the public must not be cheated that the party is shaky just because members are competing for positions.
“As we stand today the party is very stable, there is no crisis in the PF.
Let’s not mistake what is currently happening to crisis. The party is looking for a party President and its normal that people become ambitious,” he said.
Speaking on Millenium Radio yesterday, Mr Kang’ombe , was confident that soon things will be addressed in the party.
He said the party has energetic individuals who will be able to take the institution to higher level.
Mr Kang’ombe said once the leadership is put in place, the party will perform positively in the 2026 elections.
Meanwhile, Zambian DNA spokesperson Spuki Mulemwa said PF as the biggest opposition political party in the country was expected to remain united and focused for them to be formidable in providing credible checks and balances to Government.
He said PF should remain alive, vibrant and united as was the case after the demise of the founding party leader Michael Sata, when the rank and file of the party settled for President Edgar Lungu who moved the party to the next level.
“In view of the foregoing, we expect the same to be replicated by allowing the rank and file of the party to choose a leader of their choice to further steer the Boat to the desired destination.
“We expect the PF as the biggest opposition political party in the country to remain united and focused for them to be formidable in providing credible checks and balances to Government,” he said.

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