RB, Nevers ‘reconcile’

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File: Banda (r) with Nevers Mumba when Banda handed over

File: Banda (r) with Nevers Mumba when Banda handed over

Former President Rupiah Banda and Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) leader Nevers Mumba have today resolved their differences  marked by a public affirmation by President Banda of Dr. Mumba’s right to lead the former ruling party.

The reconciliation talks, which collapsed a few months ago, were re-started and continued by the appointed mediators, Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) chairman  Reverand Pukuta Mwanza, Northmead Assemblies of God overseer Bishop Joshua Banda  and a new addition in the person of Father Charles Chilinda of the Roman Catholic Church and were convened at the EFZ premises this morning

Commenting on this positive development, Dr. Mumba said the MMD is “one big family” which stands ready to make a contribution to the governance  of the country. He said, going forward,  the party will ensure that a deliberate path is created  to ensure that all aggrieved members who wish to return and make a contribution to the MMD and its leadership are amicably brought on board.

The MMD leadership has made a commitment to any further discussions as need arises all in an effort to ensure that the reconciliation brokered today is firmly cemented.


4 Responses to RB, Nevers ‘reconcile’

  1. RB is up to something. He does not move unless that move will economically benefit him. I am sure he has made a deal with Lungu, only that Nevers doesn’t know it yet. Next Move…..Check Mate.

    May 5, 2016 at 6:38 am

  2. its too late..both are conmen

    wako ni wako
    May 5, 2016 at 7:29 am

  3. With most of the founding members such as VJ, Aka, Mbita leaving and since the current leadership of MMD is full of chancers high jackers, and opportunists, MMD is dead and gone. No point thinking and bothering about it.

    Muntu Buyo
    May 5, 2016 at 8:05 am

  4. Watch the space. These guys are up to something. They probably want to join PF.

    May 5, 2016 at 3:24 pm

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