‘Nkholokolo Five’ Back In MCP, Promise To Fight Chakwera’s Mediocrity.. As Call For Convention Continues
Five Malawi Congress Party senior officials who refused to be Chakwera’s bootlickers are back in the party after the dismissal and suspension rendered to them by Chakwera’s illegal NEC was overruled by the Blantyre High Court.
Fondly called ‘disgruntled and nkholokolo’ by the Chakwera puppets,the five members comprising of MCP’s deputy director of research Felix Jumbe, senior party official Chatinkha Chidzanja Nkhoma, southern region party chairman Denis Nanthumbo,party publicist Jessie Kabwila and senior party official Joseph Njobvuyalema can now afford a smile and move with their feets up for being back in MCP.
Chidzanja Nkhoma and Nanthomba took the MCP to court as they accused Chakwera of flouting party rules.
“The ruling has vindicated what we stood for. Sanity should now return to the party. We need to unite and rebuild the party,” said Chidzanja Nkhoma.
Party president Chakwera could not be reached for comment as he is reportedly in South Africa.
MCP deputy secretary general Eisenhower Mkaka refused to comment, saying he had not seen the ruling and lawyer for MCP Kita said he did not have the authority from the party to speak on the issue.
Meanwhile, High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned to 31st October a case involving Some disgruntled district chairmen for opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and the party’s leadership which they are asking to court to order the party to go an emergency convention.
Presiding judge, Justice Charles Mkandawire has asked the applicants lawyer Wesley Namasala to ensure that the only witness remaining to testify Peter Lihonga appears in court during the day as he failed to testify today as it was reported that he is sick and he couldn’t make it.
So far 28 former district chairmen has testified since the case started and it is now remaining one witness on the side of applicant to testify.