Father Bwalya denies contemplating quitting politics

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ABZ vice-president Patricia Mwashingwele (right) with party president Frank Bwalya at Lusaka Central Police station yesterday where she was warned and cautioned for bouncing a cheque. – Picture by UYOYA NDIMBA.
ABZ vice-president Patricia Mwashingwele (right) with party president Frank Bwalya at Lusaka Central Police station yesterday where she was warned and cautioned for bouncing a cheque. – Picture by UYOYA NDIMBA.

Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) president Father Frank Bwalya dismissed assertions that he intends to quit politics.

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Fr Bwalya has told QFM News in an interview that he remains an active member and leader of ABZ.

He says he is merely praying over his life and will by next month tell the nation his next course of action.

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Father Bwalya statutes that it is unfortunate that some people on the social networks have been misinterpreting his recent postings.

The ABZ leader explains that he merely posted on his facebook page that by next month it will be five years since he left his professional occupation as an active priest in the Catholic Church.

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