The decision to fire Mzomera was announced on Tuesday morning in Lilongwe during a press briefing held by the party’s secretary general Ibrahim Matola.
Matola was flanked by the party’s director of administration and spokesperson Ken Nsonda, Bester Majoni and Clara Makungwa among the notable ones.
He said the party has fired Mzomera for his line of ‘undemocratic thinking’ over some of the party’s ideologies and that he is no longer member of the orange camp.
Matola said Mzomera is being accused by the Party for organizing thugs to disrupt the meeting organized by PP’s Interim leader Uladi Mussa over the weekend in the North.
He further added that the party intends to pen the speaker of parliament Richard Msowoya so that Mzomera should be relocated another sit when parliament meets this month in Lilongwe.
When approached for comment, Ngwira said he is hearing the news from the media, saying he will comment on the matter when he receives official communication from Matola.
“As far as I am concerned I am a royal member of PP and I shall be as one,” said Mzomera.
He said the party must never try to silence those with opposing views meant to make the party tick again.
Mzomera Ngwira was earlier suspended from the Party for advocating for the appointment of former Vice President Khumbo Kachali as the Party’s President replacing Dr. Joyce Banda who is currently in self-imposed exile.
Meanwhile different social and political analyst have branded the infighting within the orange camp as a sign that the once might party is on its deathbed.
Church and society of the Livingstonia Synod exuctive director Moses Mkandawire said the fighting displays the lack of vision but shear greedy the current leaders of the party have.
He said at the time when supporters in the party are looking for direction, it’s sad to note that leaders are busy fighting.
“PP is dying and quickly towards the grave as it has been the case with AFORD due to lack of proper successive plans,” said Mkandawire.
And another analyst Emily Mkamanga repeated her call for the founder of the party to stop running the party by remote control.
Mkamanga concurred with the party’s Northern region vice president Kamlepo Kaluwa to bring back into the party both Khumbo Kachali and Mzomera.