ZAMBIANS are not interested in the internal wrangles of the Patriotic Front government, National Restoration Party (NAREP) president Elias Chipimo, Jr has said.
Mr Chipimo has advised the PF leadership to stop the squabbling and in-fighting adding that the ruling party should be seen leading by example.
He said PF leaders should remember that the nation is looking for genuine leaders to take the nation beyond its year of Jubilee.
“We need a leader who will rise above partisan inclinations and concern themselves with how the long-suffering majority can look to a brighter future,” he said.
Mr Chipimo said PF should give Zambians the comfort that they can manage the transition in a mature and unselfish manner.
He described as bad, the confusion which had rocked PF over the last few weeks.
“We have seen the nasty side of the struggle for power among the leaders of the Patriotic Front. Normally, what a political party does in its own time is its own business. “However, what a party entrusted with the power to govern does, becomes the nation’s business,” he said.
Mr Chipimo said it was of grave concern to see individuals that Zambians had assumed were managing the nation’s affairs fighting and squabbling over who will lead them in the next general election this January.