In a long interview with Correio da Kianda, the biologist and former Independent deputy from the CASA-CE parliamentary bench, the National Assembly (2012-2022), Makuta Nkondo, made several revelations, including the possibility of creating a political party. political party to stop always following other political forces, as happened in the 2008 elections when it entered the UNITA list for the first time and in 2017, at the invitation of Abel Chivukuvuku, he joined the CASA-CE list of deputies.
As for his future, Makuta Nkomdo said that he is still uncertain, and he does not see his retirement from the political scene any time soon, giving as an example the current King of the United Kingdom who, at 73 years of age, was still crowned as the new monarch of the UK.
“I am already advanced in age, but in politics, the more advanced you are, the more experience you acquire. They saw in the United Kingdom Prince Charles III who was now designated the King. We are the same age, and I will also continue if there are possibilities”, he stressed.
The controversial deputy who ends his term today, Friday, guaranteed that in the next elections that will be held in the country, between the municipal elections and general elections “I will no longer run on the list of any other political formation and hang myself on them. . As happened in 2008, I hung on the UNITA list”, and in 2017 it followed in the CASA-CE list, despite thanking its respective leaders.
“Right now, which list will I run on? At CASA-CE or UNITA? My future depends on my ancestors, my nature and what was destined for me”, he said, adding that it is still too early to decide whether to end my political life or not, and if I continue, I will be by the side of who”.
Makuta Nkondo, on the other hand, emphasizes the need to create his own party because he understands that “his is much better”.
According to the politician, if this is his next step in politics, his first action will be the “selection of serious people” for the cadres with whom he will found this pretentious political formation.