Disputes during adoptions normal, says Frank Bwalya

By HOPE BWALYA –
THE Patriotic Front (PF) has said it is a normal occurrence to have disputes during the adoption process of candidates.
PF deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya said it was normal to have problems during the adoption process as sometimes the people in charge of adoptions could have a different view about certain candidates.
Mr Bwalya said it was normal as the people appointed to conduct adoptions were human and were prone to make mistakes.
He was speaking during a special programme on Hot FM Radio.
“There is no political party that can claim that they have not had problems with adoptions. We (PF) can’t lie, we have had problems in adoptions. People in the central committee are just human and can also make mistakes,” Mr Bwalya said.
He, however, said most of the mistakes in the adoption process were reversible.
Mr Bwalya said it was important for everyone who had applied to be adopted and might not be adopted to realise that there was a lot that could be done to make Zambia a better place and to enhance the party.
He was hopeful that the party would still remain united after the adoptions.
On Nevers Mumba’s MMD alliance with the United Party for National Development , Mr Bwalya said it was important for a party to enter into an alliance with an equal partner.
Mr Bwalya said being with someone who was equal gave a chance to one to negotiate the conditions and terms of the alliance.
“In politics, you are better off entering into an alliance with someone who is an equal partner so that the person looks at you as someone they can’t do without. It would give you the bargaining power on certain things,” Mr Bwalya said.
He said the party would be launching the manifesto on the Copperbelt at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola on Saturday this week.

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