Njobvuyalema leads SADC parliamentary forum in Namibia elections observation mission

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) legislature Joseph Njobvuyalema is leading a SADC Parliamentary Forum in Namibia’s elections observer mission.

Njobvuyalema:  Leads mission

Njobvuyalema: Leads mission

Nine presidential candidates and 16 political parties are expected to take part in the elections to be held on November 28 and will be the first in Africa that ballots will be cast electronically.

Speaking during the launch of the mission, Njobvuyalema expressed hope that the elections will be free and fair.

“In Africa, there had been elections which results have been disputed by the losing parties but if we have to sit down and learn from the strengths and weaknesses of such elections,  it is possible to have free and fair elections,” said Njobvuyalema.

The MCP legislator is the incumbent SADC parliamentary forum Vice Chairperson and Lilongwe Mapuyu South legislature.

He also urged fellow Members of Parliament to promote regional integration trade.

“We should also share common values and care for each other’s welfare so that we ably contribute to the growth of our democratic values,” he said.

The mission that will end on December 1, has brought together MPs from the SADC region with Malawi’s Peter Kampalume as Njobvuyalema’s  colleague.

Namibia’s incumbent president Hifikupunye Pohamba is unable to stand for re-election due to term limits.

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8 thoughts on “Njobvuyalema leads SADC parliamentary forum in Namibia elections observation mission”

  1. Cyprian Ekwensi says:

    Pitani bwana kumeneko. Koma osamaganiza zoti mudzakhala president wa MCP. Akachoka Dr. Chakwera ndilowapo ndine. Inu zanu ndi zomwezo.

  2. Koma ndiye says:

    Pls change the picture

  3. WISHING NAMIBIA SMART ELECTIONS

  4. LL fans says:

    Please Njobvuyalema is an honourable person. Could you kindly choose a diplomatic photo for him. This smiling foto makes sence during election campaigns not on such diplomatic missions. ATOLA NKHANI A KUMALAWI NDI VINDERE ZEDI. IMAGINE THIS IS A FOTO BEING USED IN NAMIBIA. AGARU INU.

  5. Rompwa says:

    A MCP yakhulaniponi apa.

  6. Pido says:

    Mufunika ku Moz komwe mdasokoneza zisankho zao, Dhlakama amafuna imwe.

  7. Kansinja says:

    congrats bwana but tell your wife to fish out birth day advert from the daily print papers. we have seen it enough

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