DPP youth form Blue League: APM calls for patriotism, hard work

President Arthur Peter Mutharika has called on youths in the country to adopt and stick to values of high integrity, patriotism and hard work for them to utilize their numbers in transforming Malawi.

Mutharika meets DPP Blue League

Mutharika meets DPP Blue League

He made the call at Sanjika Palace when he hosted youths from his Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) branded as the DPP Blue League.

The President said with the many pro-poor initiatives being championed by his government, party youth are a crucial element in facilitating outreach and awareness.

“It is therefore my wish that our youth are not only empowered, but also challenged to take a leading role in spearheading the national development agenda. Government is a complex system, and I need several eyes and ears to be able to reach out to as many critical areas as possible. To me, the Blue League presents itself as the opportune mechanism for continuation and delivery of our party. So I rely on you for our footprint,” he said.

He added, “But we need mindset change: be patriotic to your party and country, be of high integrity and please work hard to develop Malawi”.

He commended the DPP youth for standing by him and the party during trying moments when Bingu died, forcing the party into opposition for two years.

During the event, the president also accepted to be the patron of the Blue League and urged these youths to open the door for any groups that may still not be incorporated because in unity there’s strength.

During the 2004 campaign, the DPP youths played a great role in campaigning for APM both in towns and villages across the country.

Having made it back into government, Mutharika said, DPP youths must remain united at all times not creating factions amongst themselves.

DPP Blue League is a group comprising of youths of all professions, vocations, creeds and social background who come together with a common drive to champion the party’s ideologies and programs.

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mapuya
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mapuya
6 months 28 days ago

so this group is comprised of males only. alas the future of DPP

Apokwiche
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Apokwiche
7 months 1 day ago

Does the group include the zikwanje wielding savanges? If that is the case, then we need to continue taking cover because whatever atrocities they commit will have a strong shield in the name of Peter Muthalika. If I may ask at what age does one stop to be a youth in Malawi? From the time of the MCP up to now those who include themselves in the group of the youth are even those who are grandfathers and grandmothers. Is it the youth the Malawian scenario.

tsetsefly
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tsetsefly
7 months 1 day ago

We will see things as we approach 2019. This I guess is the genesis of zikwanje mobilisation. By the way I am itching to see the pick-ups that used to carry maize silos during campaign. Where are they?

Bb woyeeee
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7 months 2 days ago

When living in fear, always u do such things. This group will bring him down than he think. Politicians always use them to win there mileage.

WA NOMA
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WA NOMA
7 months 3 days ago

KKKKK ISTAND TO BE CORRECTED ARE THESE THE YOUTH I CAN SEE HERE?

mjomba welewo
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mjomba welewo
7 months 3 days ago

Blue league…kkkkkkk…dziko la Ambuye…

wawa
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wawa
7 months 3 days ago

youth amaoneka chonch koma chipani ichi chazuza anthu ndi njala bwanji ?

Chambochokoma
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Chambochokoma
7 months 3 days ago

Leave our mighty party you idiots.y wasting your time working against us? DPP MORE FIRE

2016 welcome
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2016 welcome
7 months 3 days ago

With this high level of mediocrity glorification I begin to understand why some corners of Malawi are are agitating for federalism if not secession. This behavior is complete eye sore.

Willie Chimseu
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Willie Chimseu
7 months 3 days ago

Ifenso amene tinaimira chipani chathu cha DPP masankho a 2014 pa mipando ya MP & Councillors tikusowa mwai owonana nanu bwana. More especially those of us who goofed the elections. We feel being sidelined.

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