Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice president for the southern region Kondwani Nankhumwa has said he will not apologize for something he did not do.
Yesterday top officials form the former ruling party held a press briefing in Mangochi of which among others they gave Nankhumwa a seven day ultimatum to apologize for the fracas that ensured in Lilongwe where the partyâ€™s spokesperson Brown Mpinganjira was beaten by suspected Nankhumwa sympathizers.
Nankhumwa has since challenged that he is ready to battle in court.
“Tell them they will face my lawyers in court. They are already working on the papers. This is defamation and character assassination,” warned Nankhumwa.
He was reacting to Central Region party Vice President Zelia Chakale who threatened to stop him from campaigning in their area for party presidential race for allegedly being linked to the fracas.
Chakale, at a press briefing in Mangochi Monday afternoon, also condemned attacks on party spokesperson Brown Mpinganjira, Administrative Secretary Francis Mphepo and National Organizing Secretary Chimwemwe Chipungu.
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