PF presidential hopeful Mutotwe Kafwaya says the former ruling party has learnt its lessons, adding that sometimes it’s important to stay out of power in order to see things. And Kafwaya says he has no problem supporting whoever will emerge victorious as PF president. Speaking when he featured on Radio Phoenix’s “Let the people talk” programme, Tuesday, Kafwaya said he was now able to see and hear things he would ordinarily not hear as minister. “What I will do is that cadreism will never come back. It was on this same programme when I was a minister [when] I talked about this. That will never come back, it’s as simple as that. And if I became president, I would be…...

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