PF is Now in ICU and Half Dead

PF is Now in ICU and Half Dead

By Daimone Siulapwa

“Write what i like”

In the history of Zambian politics, few stories are as poignant and emblematic of decline as that of the Patriotic Front (PF).

Once a powerhouse of influence and fervor, the PF now finds itself teetering on the edge of irrelevance, its political vitality drained by a litany of missteps and misfortunes.

While some may argue that it still commands some numbers and retains a semblance of support, the harsh truth remains that the PF, as a political entity, is gasping for its last breath.

What has led to this precipitous decline? The answer lies in a myriad of factors, chief among them being the glaring absence of proper leadership structures, a functional secretariat, and sustainable finances.

Without these essential pillars, the PF finds itself crippled and incapacitated, unable to stand on its own two legs.

To borrow the words of PF founder, Micheal Sata, PF is Now politically impotent

The once-mighty party, which rode to power on the wave of the promise of more money on your pocket and populist rhetoric, now finds itself adrift in a sea of uncertainty and disillusionment.

The lack of decisive leadership has left the party in a state of paralysis, with no clear direction or vision for the future.

The recent disputed ascent of Miles Sampa to the forefront only adds fuel to the fire of the PF’s demise.

With lingering legal battles and a tarnished reputation marred by allegations while in government of cadarism, corruption, and kleptocracy, the party’s hopes of a serious comeback dwindle with each passing day.

Despite the desperate hopes pinned on Edgar Lungu to inject the much-needed resources into the ailing party, the reality remains bleak.

Lungu’s continued insistence on clinging to power, despite mounting opposition within the PF and internal dissent, only serves to exacerbate the PF’s predicament.

The reluctance of party members to confront Lungu and acknowledge

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