FORMER Socialist Party spokesperson Frank Bwalya says he hopes his resignation from the party will not disturb those who recently joined the party. And asked whether he was intimidated when new Socialist Party deputy general secretary Antonio Mwanza joined the party, Bwalya says it is normal to be intimidated. On Saturday, Bwalya announced his resignation from the Socialist Party without disclosing what motivated his decision. In an interview, Bwalya said explaining the reason behind his resignation may create acrimony. “The approach to explain in detail why this decision has been taken sometimes creates acrimony for no reason at all. And then when you say I’ve left because of this reason, sometimes you are misunderstood to be projecting yourself as not…...

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