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Ex MP re-joins PF

NKOLE MULAMBIA, KASOLE SAKAVUYI, Ndola
FORMER Bwana Mkubwa member of Parliament (MP) Joseph Zulu has with immediate effect resigned from MMD to rejoin the Patriotic Front (PF).
Mr Zulu has apologised to President Lungu, the central committee (MCC) and entire PF membership for the differences experienced.
“I have decided to leave MMD and rejoin PF, the party I consider to be my creation. I had differences with my party PF when other MPs and myself decided to be part of the National Constitutional Conference (NCC) and we were expelled from PF,” he said during a press briefing in Ndola on Tuesday.
He also appealed to former “rebel” MPs to seriously consider re-joining PF.
Mr Zulu assured the PF leadership of his loyalty to President Lungu and the party leadership.
And Copperbelt Minister Mwenya Musenge said the doors of the party are still open for other former MPs wishing to rejoin.
Mr Musenge said the Copperbelt still remains the backbone of the PF.
He also said PF has embraced press freedom as attested by the way the media is reporting.
Mr Musenge said it is unfortunate that the media is abusing its freedom through attacks on President Lungu.
He urged journalists to uphold professionalism and ethics.
“As Government, we will give them latitude in their reporting and strive to make sure that the country is developed,” Mr Musenge said.

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