Nankhumwa’s rebel case adjourned

The High Court sitting in Lilongwe has adjourned indefinitely a case involving former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Southern Region vice president Kondwani Nankhumwa and three others to allow them exhaust their discussions outside court.

Nankhumwa, Yusufu Nthenda, Jappie Mhango and the party’s Secretary General Gelzeder Jeffrey were kicked out of the party few months ago on disciplinary issues but the four obtained a court injunction against the party’s decision.

On Tuesday, lawyers for DPP and Nankhumwa and others appeared before Lilongwe high court where they have asked the court to allow them resolve their disagreements outside courtroom failing to reach a compromise the court will proceed to hear the matter.

Lawyer for Nankhumwa Gilbert Khonyongwa has told YFM that the court has given them ten days to file their documents and thereafter the two sides shall return to furnish the court with their resolutions.

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