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By NCHIMUNYA MIYOBA
Embattled Secretary General for Agenda for Human Development (AHD)Mwenye Musenge has rejoined the ruling patriotic Front.
He has joined with an assurance to his supporters and PF members that he is joining PF as an ordinary member.
Mr Musenge joined with more than 40 party members from his newly formed party at an event held at Kitwe’s Vogue Africa lodge.
He said his fellow leaders resolved to rejoin the PF after two weeks deliberations where it resolved that AHD does not have time to mobilise the party hence the decision to join PF and work together.
Mr Musenge said they are ready to work with the PF and show the PF the unity that the AHD party possesses.
AHD Leaders who rejoined the PF where drawn from six provinces namely Southern, Lusaka, Luapula, Muchinga, Northern and Copperbelt provinces.
He also apologised to the PF leadership and the nation over the words uttered when he was expelled from the ruling party further calling for peace and reconciliation for the members.
Receiving the defectors PF Vice national Chairperson for Mobilisation Godfrey Mwamba Bwalya said the PF party top Leadership are always ready to work with everyone.
He said that Mr Musenge and his leaders have a good decision to resolve to work with President Lungu.
Mr Mwamba said the move is strategic as it will give the ruling party numbers to win the general elections slated for August this year.
“Zambia is among few countries with a better leader and better economy.
We are doing fairly well. We need to praise the good leadership of president lungu. We don’t want a situation of going to the concourt after the elections hence We need Numbers to achieve that,” Mr Bwalya said.