By Bennie Mundando
THE National Democratic Congress (NDC) has disbanded its Ndola District executive to pave way for the forthcoming intraparty elections.
NDC national mobilisation deputy chairperson, Fabian Mutale, has told The Scoop this afternoon that the move was triggered by a recommendation by the Copperbelt Provincial party executive committee for purely administrative purposes as the district executive was acting in the interim.
Mr. Mutale says the move will also usher in an adhoc committee which will prepare the constituencies and wards for the intraparty elections.
“The NDC, through the Central Committee on recommendation from the Copperbelt Provincial executive has today decided to disband the Ndola District executive which was in the interim. This has been necessitated for purposes of proper administration and to usher in an adhoc committee that will prepare the constituencies and wards for the coming intraparty elections.
“We wish to thank all the outgoing members of the Ndola District executive for their work this far and we hope as we go into intraparty elections, through their work, they will bounce back by being elected by the general populace. We thank them for the service rendered,” Mr. Mutale said.