DPP cadets claim to be ‘reformed,’ donate K2m worth items to Mzuzu Prison

A youth outfit within the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Saturday donated various items to inmates at Mzuzu Central Prison worth K2 million kwacha.

DPP youth wing donating to Mzuzu prison

DPP youth wing donating to Mzuzu prison

They donated 50 bags of maize, 10 bales of sugar, 2 cartoons of laundry soap, 2 cartons of body lotion and 450 plastic plates.

Leader of the delegation Kevan Tchali said the DPP youth wing decided to donate to Mzuzu Prison as one way of demonstrating to Malawians that DPP youth have been reformed from being thugs to responsible citizen who can take part in developing the nation.

“We want to lead by example and support President Peter Mutharika’s vision of uplifting the lives of all in the country,” said Tchali.

One of the inmates told Nyasa Times that it “was a wise donation.”

The youth wing has made similar donations at Mulanje hospital, Queen Elizabeth Central, and recently swept Area 25 markets in the capital Lilongwe.

The youth previously were renowned for their violent stint, especially during the late Bingu wa Mutharika’s regime.

During the afternoon of July 19, 2011, the youths had stormed the streets of commercial capital Blantyre in a move to frighten the citizenry that had planned a nationwide anti-government protest the following day.

They had reportedly received Bingu wa Mutharika’s blessing who, even though the protests claimed 20 lives, never apologized to Malawians. –Additional reporting by Pius Nyondo, Nyasa Times.

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15 thoughts on “DPP cadets claim to be ‘reformed,’ donate K2m worth items to Mzuzu Prison”

  1. shaaaa! says:

    usiku mukalandenso.kkkkkkkkkkkkkk

  2. James Phiri says:

    Whose money are using to make these donations? Better not be from tax payers or the usual well wishers!

  3. henz says:

    You mean K2m for only these few iterms eish this animal called cashgate will not be killed.

  4. Bristol says:

    Thumbs up for DPP Youth Cadets. You have shown you care. Malawians, let’s learn to appreciate good things that the DPP young people have done because it is commendable.

  5. Kwamba bingu,pitala,dpp kumalira imwe ba youth cadet muli vindere vyakufikapo.Imwe mukanyoza goodal gondwe kuti wakutondeka kumusangirani ntchito muhanya mwasanga K2 million mwaisanga nkhu?Vikunibaba ine chifukwa nkhulipira msonkho pampesu pinu dpp yose.Babale bakomeka mwankhanza pa 20 July 2011.Nkhumanya boma likukoma linganisanga pa 0 888 185 448 nkhopa yayi.

  6. VIYAZI TEMBO says:

    GO AND BUILD LITTLE HOUSES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS IN THE COUNTRY SIDE……

  7. Tengupenya says:

    THE WISE ONE remember that charity begins at home. You cannot look too far while your own kiln are in need of your alms.

  8. Kondwani Bowazi says:

    I would appreace it if you all young tools were cleaning the streets and repairing bridges, instead of all this PR gimmick. We got problems !

  9. THE WISE ONE says:

    Thugs donating to Fellow unlucky Thugs hahahahaha

  10. Tengupenya says:

    Reconcile with your victims and their families as well. Malawi is one big family. Differences in political affiliations should not pit us against each other’s throats. Innocent lives were cut short. Innocent blood was shed, yet the political master in whose comfort the battles were pitched probably shared whiskey in the night with his opponents whose followers were targeted by the thuggery activities. Wake up Malawi. Do not be ponies to battles whose objective is to kill or maim or harm other members of our Large family.

  11. Makwasa says:

    Mk92billion ikuti bwanji???

  12. Alfred Munduwabo says:

    That’s cash gate money which you are using. Where were you before ?

  13. captain says:

    So u knew u were thugs? By the way a thug can donate things also if u think by donating it means u hv changed

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