The Alliance for Democracy (Aford) members are calling for party president Enock Chihana to call for a national convention but the party says it will not hold the indaba this year.
According to Aford secretary general Christopher Ritchi, the party is rebuilding and aims at bringing back old members who dumped the party due to lack of direction.
“We want to rebuild the party first and then hold a national convention,” said Ritchi.
He said Aford has started selling party membership cards to raise funds.
Aford been failing to win convincingly for the past two electoral calendars following the death of the party Czar and founder Tom Chakufwa Chihana (father to Enock Chihana) who died in June 2006.
Enock Chihana, the son of Chakufwa, is being accused of of killing the party and it for self-serving on political interest.
Members of Aford argue that the party is virtually reduced to serving interests of an individual, putting itself at the mercy of a highest bidder.
Aford was founded by trade unionist Chakufwa Chihana in 1992.
In the 1994 general elections, the party swept all the 33 seats in northern region and three others in central region.
By the time Chakufwa Chihana died in 2006, the party had only six parliamentary seats.
Currently, it has Enock Chihana as the only lawmaker.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :