CCC Press Conference Exposes Recall Letter Involving Imposter Tshabangu
Citizens’ Coalition for Change (CCC) held a press conference to address circulating recall letters allegedly from interim secretary general Segenzo Tshabangu. During the conference, CCC’s deputy spokesperson, Gift Ostallos Siziba, labeled Tshabangu an imposter.
CCC Taking Legal Action to Protect the Party
CCC informed the nation that they had taken the matter to the High Court last month, filing a summons against Segenzo. Ostallos cited that the legal action CCC took is aimed at safeguarding the organization and its movement. He also revealed that they received an update the day before regarding Segenzo’s response to the High Court application.
“The party took this legal route to ensure that we protect our organization and our movement,” stated Ostallos. “And therefore we actually received an update just yesterday that in relation to that High Court application. Tshabangu the imposter has responded,” stated Ostallos.
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Engaging Parliament and Local Government Ministry
CCC’s legal representatives, led by Obey Shava and his team, have reached out to the parliament and the Ministry of Local Government. Their aim is to ensure that both entities are aware of the lawsuit against Segenzo. Secondly, the party engaged these entities to prevent any correspondence from Segenzo being acknowledged. Lastly, they want to clarify that CCC does not recognize him as the Secretary General or as part of the leadership.
Warning to Ministry and Speaker of Parliament
CCC made it clear that the Ministry of Local Authority and the Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Mudenda, should disregard any communication originating from Segenzo. This precautionary measure is in place to protect the party’s interests and to maintain the integrity of their leadership structure.
CCC press conference addressed the issue of recall letters and denounced Segenzo Tshabangu as an imposter. The coalition provided legal updates, informing the public about their ongoing legal actions against Tshabangu.