Uladi says Mzomera should not undermine his political prowess

People’s Party acting president Uladi Mussa has challenged the party’s former  north regional governor Rev Christopher Mzomera Ngwira  to shut up, saying he is politically too junior.

Uladi: I speak the truth

Uladi: I speak the truth

In Tiuzeni Zoona programme on Zodiak Radio, Mussa chronicled how he has been steadily ascending in politics from a regional governor in the United Democratic Front (UDF) in the 1990s to senior cabinet portfolios in Bakili Muluzi, Bingu wa Mutharika and Joyce Banda administrations.

“I call him mlamu (brother in law) because I am married to a lady from Mzimba,” said Mussa in reference to Mzomera Ngwira, the PP former regional governor for the north who is challenging Mussa’s eligibility for the acting presidency job.

“I am politically mature and experienced than him. The top most position he has ever served as a politician is regional governor. I served on this position 15 years ago,” he said.

Ngwira wants  his political god-father Khumbo Kachali to replace Joyce Banda who is on self imposed exile.

Mussa said Banda appointed him acting president in line with party constitution which allows the vice president to take over the reigns of the party when the president is not available or incapacitated.

He said it would have been illegal if Banda appointed Kachali for the position.

Mussa said Kachali was offered a vice presidency position but he turned it down. This was after Harry Mkandawire resigned from his position, he said.

Kamlepo Kalua, Rumphi east MP has since been appointed for that position.

Mussa said leaders of the country love him because of his talent of his good public orator talent.

He said Muluzi noticed when he was president and has propelled the Salima central legislator into what he called new political heights.

Mussa said he has no problem with Ngwira but his anti-democratic practises.

Ine ndilibe problem with Mzomera Ngwira . The problem with me is that I speak the truth,” he asserted.

Mussa also leads PP in parliament.

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9 thoughts on “Uladi says Mzomera should not undermine his political prowess”

  1. zack says:

    What elderly Malawians are you gaining pointing fingers to other politicians?regionalism meaning what while Malawians are dying with hunger? If you are supper stars do something to the people so that they must have food to eat’stop bucking like hungry dogs shut up your mouth

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  5. Starling Kondowe from Chikwina CDSS in Nkhatabay says:

    Hon Mussa should stop degrading others and championing himself.Instead,he must put his party inorder.However,a leader must be politically mature,focused,and sensitive.A leader must not be politcal myopic,insensitve and accepting rhetorical message

  6. myao says:

    School njofunikadi eti, nanga pali zonyadira apa?

  7. Abiti Ntila says:

    Amangwetu, ine zindingazange Ntumbuka wokulila kuthengere kulamula chipani changa cha Pipiiiiiiiii Yanyamuka. Ayamba kundibera chipani. Nditu aMalawi anzanga.

  8. Kavunga says:

    Ndiye mukakhuta mbatata mukumati DPP ndiimene ikumutuma Ngwira bwanji when it’s clear regionalism is at play here? Shupiti zanu!

  9. Bwanje North says:

    A Mussa Mkamwa moolamo

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