There are no permanent enemies in politics, no permanent friends either. After all, it was Bingu who hanged him and Peter is not Bingu.
Reports indicate that disgruntled Peoples’ Party (PP) former Vice President of the Central region, Cassim Chilumpha, is contemplating of a move to the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
The move comes barely hours after Chilumpha announced that he had quit PP for its undemocratic tendencies as it was endorsing Minister of Justice, Fahad Assan, over him in their yet-to-be held primary elections.
Chilumpha yesterday threw in the towel and said he was quitting the PP but never disclosed his next move. It is from the grapevines that the rumour has surfaced that the DPP might just be his next move.