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Mulongoti asks Munkombwe to name misguided politicians
By Henry Sinyangwe
Tue 30 July 2013, 14:01 CAT

MIKE Mulongoti says Daniel Munkombwe should specify the individuals who practice misguided politics.

Commenting on the Southern Province minister's statement that misguided politics can intoxicate communities, Mulongoti, who is the People's Party president, said he would be happy if the message were specific.

"I have listened to him during the burial of chief Mapanza, and he delivered the same message and he has been very consistent. I would be happy if he was more specific by mentioning the individuals practicing those misguided politics. But it seems he is addressing people in Southern Province and has not cast the net wide," he said.

Mulongoti said people would like to find out what Munkombwe meant in his statement.

"We shall learn along the road, what he means because there has been all sorts of statements from him concerning leadership and he is continuing with that," said Mulongoti.

When he officiated at the Lwiindi Maliko traditional ceremony of the Tonga-speaking people of Sinazongwe last Saturday, Munkombwe said the tragedy of politics was that, during elections, people forgot about any achievement made in a particular area.


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