Sata not beatable come 2016 – Dr. Ng’oma

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Political analyst Alex Ng’oma says political analysis suggesting that republican president Michael Sata would be a beatable incumbent candidate in the 2016 general elections is not correct.

Dr. Ng’oma has maintained that with the current fragmentation in the opposition, he does not foresee any of the opposition leaders getting into State House in 2016.

Dr. Ng’oma says the leaders from the opposition need to do more if any of them is to stand a chance in an election against President Sata.

Dr. Ng’oma who is also University of Zambia (UNZA) lecturer says if any opposition leader from big opposition political parties such as the UPND and MMD is to stand a chance against President Sata in the 2016 elections, one of the two must give chance to the other.

He says the two leaders from the two political parties, Hakainde Hichilema and Nevers Mumba together with other leaders from other opposition political parties need to agree on one candidate to contest against Mr. Sata if the opposition is to succeed in changing government in 2016.

Dr. Ng’oma said this to Qfm in an interview.

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