Member of Parliament for Mzimba Luwerezi, Deliwe Ngoma, who was an independent , has joined ruling Democratic a Progressive Party (DPP) at a political meeting which took place at Emfeni headquarters of Traditional Authority Mabilabo in Mzimba District on Saturday.
DPP Vice President who is also Minister of Finance, Dr Goodall Gondwe welcomed Ngoma to the ruling party, saying she is “ one of the most hard working MP in the northern region.”
Gondwe said DPP will support Ngoma in all her quest of developing her constituency.
During the meeting, free-talking DPP Secretary General Ecren Kudontoni was at it again when he declared that “DPP will rule for the next 50 years.”
Kudontoni said the coming in of MP Ngoma is a sign of how strong DPP is in the northern region.
“We are not gaining ground in the northern region. We are strengthening our party here,” he said.
Earlier, Inkosi Mabilabo, spoke at length on the problems affecting the area.
“In Ngoni culture, when you are marrying you are supposed to pay for bride price ‘Chapamsana and Lobola’ now you are supposed to bring electricity as Lobola and Rehabilitate the bridge at Msusu and you can even just build another one there as Chapamsana,” said Inkosi Mabilabo.
Ngoma said she has decided to join DPP after the people in the area who are legally represented by the Area Development Committee (ADC) had voted and asked her to join DPP.
Ngoma said she was happy that the will of the people have been fulfilled.
“You are the ones who voted for me and am happy that you are the ones who have advised me on the way forward,” said Ngoma.
Ngoma asked Gondwe to build the Msusu Bridge as well as provide transport to Luwerezi and Emfeni Police Unit, saying the two units are fighting crime while using Kabaza.
Campaign Director Jappi Mhango who is also deputy minister of defence attended the function alongside other senior party gurus.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :