By: Duncan Kaonga
Shakeup continues to roam In the former governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as most top members are exiting the party.
The recent exist from the party is of National Director of Operations, Reverend Mwai Kamuyambeni who resigned from the postion as well as ceasing to be a member of the party.
Confirming the development, Rev. Kamuyambeni said as a man of God he can’t be associating himself with people who are involved in arguments.
“I am indebted to DPP family for the trust you accorded on my post, I have gained much knowledge and experience from my role,” said Rev Kamuyambeni.
Things are going astray in the party as recently the party’s governor for the North, Christopher Mzomera Ngwira has been found guilty of abuse of office.
The former member of Parliament for Mzimba Hola was arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau in 2018 for diverting Local Development Fund when he was serving in the area.
Outspoken secretary general, Gredelzer Jeffery also put down tools in the party for airing out her views on the leadership of the party.
Henry Chimunthu Banda also left the party earlier this year.
Wrangles continue as to who will be the next of kin to party’s president, Peter Mutharika as camps have emerged in the party with some quarters not happy with the current leader of opposition in Parliament, Kondwani Nankhumwa to be the next president of the party.
DPP spokesperson, Brown Mpinganjira asked for more time to comment on the developments happening in the blue camp.