This is what M’membe doesn’t want to hear: Chituwo wants one opposition

Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) vice president for administration Brian Chituwo has called on other opposition political parties to consider compromising and form one strong political party in the quest to strengthen the checks and balances in the country.

Dr. Chituwo notes that compromise amongst political parties should be on common values and interest of serving the country’s Democracy.

Speaking to Qfm in an interview, Dr. Chituwo observes that if political parties continue splitting votes in the frequently held by-elections, the opposition will continue losing ground to the Patriotic Front (PF) and thereby further weakening the opposition.

Dr. Chituwo has affirmed that time has come for the opposition political parties in the country to work together in order to consolidate opposition politics.

PF choir master Fred M’membe hates to hear such things. He has been spending sleepless nights to scheme how the MMD and UPND can fight.

Lucky enough, most senior leaders of MMD and UPND have largely ignored the PF cadre’s schemes

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