Friday, 30 October 2015


By MacPherson Mukuka

Retired Teacher and former Trade Unionist ROY MWABA, together with top two Opposition Rainbow Party Lusaka province official s have joined the Ruling Patriotic Front (PF).

Announcing his decision to join the party in Lusaka on Friday October 30, 2015, Mr. Mwaba said his has joined the party after thorough consultation with other political leaders from different political parties.

Mr. Mwaba, who is the immediate past Secretary General of the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions says he wants to contribute to the development of Zambia at a different level.

He said his decision to join the party was inspired by the holding the National day of prayer, fasting and reconciliation declared by President Edgar Lungu on October 18, 2015.

Mr. Mwaba, and Church elder was accompanied by his two daughters and his Pastor PANJI CHIPETA said he has been blessed by his family, and church and therefore believes his decision is Godly.
He said he believes the Patriotic Front has the will and Vision to redeem Zambia from its current economic and social problems.

Mr. Mwaba added that the current situation requires consented efforts because President Lungu and his party cannot solve the problem on their own.

Meanwhile, Defecting Rainbow Party Lusaka Province Chairperson MWICHE MULENGA says he has decided to come back to his old party because it is a party for all Zambians.

He says the Patriotic Front is known across the country because of the unifying message President Lungu has been preaching wherever he goes.

            And in receiving the new members, PF Secretary General DAVIES CHAMA says the members have joined the party because they have seen the fruits of the party and its Government.

            He said the direction President Edgar Lungu has taken to rule Zambia based on Christian principles is what is attracting new membership.

            Mr. Chama has also promised the new members of good care and protection by the party adding that more are yet to join the party because of its good leadership.

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