Nankhumwa camp threatens legal action if DPP delays convention


Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) camp rallying behind the candidature of Kondwani Nankhumwa has warned that it will resort to legal action if the party fails to hold its convention this year.

Campaign chairperson for Nankhumwain in Northern Region, Kenneth Sanga, made the remarks amidst silence from the party’s central committee regarding the conventions’ scheduling.

According to Sanga, the party’s constitution says all current office holders term will expire by 2 July 2023,therefore it is imperative to organize the convention to elect new officials who can contribute to the party’s reconstruction efforts leading up to the 2025 elections.

Sanga has expressed concern that if the convention is not held in July without any justifiable reasons, they will pursue legal recourse in reclaiming intraparty democracy.

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