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Msaka To Contest At Dpp Convention

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DPP Vice President for Eastern Region, Bright Msaka will contest for the presidency at the party convention.

Msaka says his focus is on taking the DPP back into government. He says he will soon be calling for a press conference this week to officially make this public.

Msaka thinks he will be a unique, action-oriented leader less on empty promises.

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