With just a few days left before the local-government by-elections, Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security, Atupele Muluzi took off his ministerial duties over the weekend to lead his United Democratic Front (UDF) party campaign at Msikisi in Mangochi.
Muluzi was with his UDF entourage to drum up support for their candidate.
UDF and its alliance partner, ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has agreed modality on how to feature candidates in the August 25 by-elections.
DPP in not contesting in Mangochi, considered as the stronghold of UDF, and instead the ruling party is supporting the UDF candidate, while in Zomba; DPP will feature a candidate who the UDF will support.
Addressing crowds of jubilant UDF supporters, Muluzi said he was “feeling pretty confident” of UDF win in the by-elections but said the party will not be complacent by campaign strongly.
“You should come in your large numbers to vote on August 25. Your vote is yellow and blue – that’s UDF,” said Muluzi.
“UDF is still vibrant and going strong,” he said during the meetings he held in the area.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :