ENOCH Kavindele says he is humbled by the interest his possibility of running for MMD presidency has attracted.
Kavindele, who MMD sources said wanted to surprise many by going for the MMD presidency, said the members’ will of getting a leader they desire should not be suppressed by anyone.
He said the MMD, whose 20-year reign ended last year which was blamed on rampant corruption and growing Zambians’ fatigue with the party, stood a great chance to build a strong comeback team for 2016 depending on the leadership choices it would make during the forthcoming internal election process to replace former president Rupiah Banda.
“The party is still intact in terms of membership. People don’t want to leave the MMD,” Kavindele said.