Former Malawi Congress Party (MCP) spokesperson Jesse Kabwira has agreed to appear before a party’s disciplinary committee but on conditions following her suspension from the position.
Kabwila and others were alledgedly suspended from their positions in August for sowing divisions in the party and also for allegedly plotting to torch MCP structures at the headquaters.
Speaking to journalists in Lilongwe on Monday upon arrival from Sadc Parliamentary Forum, she said, she is very free to attend the hearing as long as the party meets the conditions.
“If thé party invites me through à letter or any written document, I will obey but if it is communicating verbally then I will not attend that meeting, ” she said.
She also told the party to press charges for arson, make sure the décision for her to appear before the committee comes from the party’s National Executive Council.
Also as part of the conditions, she said, the party should make sure the placé of à meeting is open and safe not at the headquaters.
The conditions have been put in place in order for justice to prévail on the said issues.
Kabwila said she is à staunch member, loyal and gives her total allégeance to MCP together with her constituents in Salima.
Some of the members who were suspended include Joseph Njobvuyalema while Felix Jumbe à member of Parliament for Salima Central, Chatinkha Chidzanja Nkhoma and Azam Mwale, Dennis Nathumba and Lyton Dzombe were expelled from the party.