Mutati has lost relevance – Rev. Sambo

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Felix Mutati

Felix Mutati

Felix Mutati and his crew are choking from irrelevance and are now desperately looking for ways to remind the Zambian public that they still exist, Reverend Reuben Sambo has charged.

Reacting to a news article circulating in some media houses under the headline “Nevers has suffered a set back”, Rev Sambo says Mutation and his followers are deceiving themselves if they think they can “wish away” the current MMD leadership.

Rev. Sambo, who serves as national secretary in the Nevers Mumba-led MMD faction, says the Mutation faction is out of touch with reality and have failed to prove their worth to the PF, hence their latest attention-seeking antics.

He stressed that matters relating to the MMD leadership are before the courts of law and that the truth will soon be revealed.

“It is laughable that the Mutati crew are out of touch with reality. The notorious facts in the illegality attempted by Mr Mutati in trying to decieve themselves as the MMD leadership will not be supressed that easily nor can they be wished away through cheap propaganda. Matters of MMD are before both the high court and the supreme court. Sooner than later the truth will be known,” Rev. Sambo said.

“The real motive behind the propaganda is not a secret. Mr Mutati and his cohorts have failed to prove their worth to both their partners in the PF and the paltry followers. They are driven by envy and jealousy at the robust nature of the Zambia United Alliance  and are trying to find some attention and relevance in the electoral process,” he added.

Rev. Sambo has further insisted that the MMD has not had a change of leadership, adding that Mutati is not president of the party as he will soon find out.


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