Ballot paper thief says no to new constitution

A University of Zambia lecturer who in 2011 stole a ballot paper in South Africa says he is against Civil Society Organisations advocating for a new constitution. Dr. Alex N’goma told Zambia’s 5 FM Radio that he will not support the enactment of the new constitution until the civil society organisations advocating for the new constitution gives him the names of the people they represent.
“Every time these organisations say the people of Zambia want this but who are they representing” he said.
But Zambian Voice Executive Director Chilufya Tayali said Civil Society Organisations are aware of Dr. N’gona’s frustrations because he failed to take over the Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP). Mr. Tayali says the CSO’s are aware that Dr. N’goma is looking for a job from President Michael Sata.
N’goma, a close ally to Post Newspapers owner Fred Mmembe was in 2011 caught on Close Circuit Television (CCTV)stealing a ballot paper in South Africa prior to Zambia’s Presidential and General elections. Dr. N’goma is also a close friend to Transparent International Zambia Chapter Executive Director Goodwell Lungu.

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