Mbakuwaku party appoints legal advisor

Mbakuwaku Movement for Development (MMD) party has appointed a legal advisor as preparations for the 2024 elections start.

Kuwani: we need legal advise

MMD president Peter Kuwani has said the appointment of Bracious Chanda Kondowe will help strengthen the party.

He said it was important to appoint the legal advisor pending the next national executive committee elections slated six months before the 2024 polls.

β€œMMD’s ECMs have striven to provide services on pro bono basis and it is envisaged that you will exercise patience in exercise duties of the party under similar terms and conditions,” says the letter to Kondowe in part.

MMD president Kuwani faired badly during the May 21 presidential election whilst his party did not get any parliamentary seat nor local government seat at councils.

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Masuzygo
Masuzygo
2 years ago

Olo NKOPE ikuwoneka kuti ndiopanda manyadzi

Whiteboard Marker
2 years ago

Ok.

Iantana
Iantana
2 years ago

kkk ok

Lilongwe
2 years ago

Aaaa, nyasa times, izi zikakhale zolemba mu nyuzi. Chipani cha mu office, no seat in parliament, leave alone ukhansala.

Eagles Eye
Eagles Eye
2 years ago

Please dont waste peoples time and energy with the joke you call a party. We thought the legal advisor you got had to do with the deregistering of this good for nothing comedy you call Mbakuwaku.

APM akundiyamwa shaft πŸ†πŸ‘…
APM akundiyamwa shaft πŸ†πŸ‘…
2 years ago

What a joke of a man

Kapado Chimulirenji
2 years ago

angowachitani deregister yawa. democracy sidzipani dzankhani nkhani dzopanda n’chito zomwe ayi. koma kuti pasankhale chipani chimodzi. botswana iribe dzipani za mubriefcase koma democracy ndi yoima pa thanthwe kumeneko. Look at Austalia, News Land UK, USA,Germany and the Netherlands how many parties they have – just two major ones who compete. Osati zomangogawa mavoti.

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