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Fire Jumbe – George Kasakula to Chakwera


The Malawi Congress Party MCP president Lazarus Chakwera has been advised to fire confucianism and power hungry Salima Central MCP legislator Felix Jumbe for insubordination.

Jumbe has in recent months been linked to joining the ruling Democratic Progressive Party DPP and he has openly denounced Chakwera as a dictator who has been made so by those surrounding him.

Jumbe is against party endorsement that Chakwera should be the one to lead MCP in 2019 and reports indicate he has been going around the country with his agents destabilising the party urging people to rise against Chakwera by signing a petition to force Chakwera to resign.

In random interviews experts believe that Chakwera should fire Jumbe before he worsens the name of the party and acting as a secret agents for the ruling DPP.

Jumbe has become famous for selling MCP ideas from various caucuses and meetings to the DPP for personal gains.

Jumbe’s name is also being mentioned by several district chairmen that he approached them to support him to oust Chakwera as MCP president

However Jumbe refused to take interview on the matter saying he does not want to fight further the MCP leadership through the media.

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