M’membe is dividing PF – GBM

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The Post editor Fred M'membe leaving court on Friday 4 June 2010 after receiving a four month prison sentence for contempt of court. Photo courtesy of The Post
The Post editor Fred M'membe leaving court on Friday 4 June 2010 after receiving a four month prison sentence for contempt of court. Photo courtesy of The Post
The Post editor Fred M'membe leaving court on Friday 4 June 2010 after receiving a four month prison sentence for contempt of court. Photo courtesy of The Post
The Post editor Fred M’membe leaving court on Friday 4 June 2010 after receiving a four month prison sentence for contempt of court. Photo courtesy of The Post

Defence Minister Geoffrey Mwamba has charged that Post Newspapers Editor in-Chief Fred M’membe will not succeed in his efforts to bring him down.

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Mr Mwamba has since accused Mr M’membe of being behind the suspensions of PF officials in Northern Province for merely endorsing President Michael Sata’s 2016 candidature.

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Mr. Mwamba has told Qfm that Mr.M’membe is allegedly trying to divide the ruling Patriotic Front but that will never succeed in his mission.

The Kasama central Member of Parliament says Mr M’membe should not advantage of the PF as he allegedly did with previous regimes.

And Mr. Mwamba says he does not understand why people in support of a seating president should be victimized.

Mr. Mwamba says the suspension of PF officials in Kasama is unjustifiable.

He says a few individuals in Kasama are against President Michael Sata and that he is very aware of the whole plot.

Mr. Mwamba adds that the same provincial leaders are the ones who should be suspended for indiscipline.

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