Umodzi Party to contest in 2014 Malawi tripartite polls

The newly registered political grouping, Umodzi Party says it will contest in  the forthcoming tripartite elections slated for May next year nd confident of doing well  because of the party’s “sound policies and a manifesto which is unique and way above any of the ‘so-called major political  parties.”

The party’s interim President Professor John Chisi says once into power his government will build more secondary schools across the country as well as vocational schools that will help end the unemployment problem facing the country.

“Wherever there is a primary school we shall build a secondary school. All the existing secondary schools will be amalgamated to address the socioeconomic needs by becoming training colleges. University selection will only come from the training colleges”, he says.

Chisi: Umodzi Party leader

Chisi: Umodzi Party leader

Chisi adds that when voted into power his government will search for market outside the country for all the goods that will be manufactured in Malawi through industrialization process that will be introduced using loans sourced from the National Development that will be established.

The interim leader says free fertilizers shall be given to farmers through the process of feudalism that will empower the chiefs to locate people into groups for easy monitoring and evaluation of agricultural programs in order for them to give part of their harvest back to government for storage in the silos for future use after foods are met.

In his remarks Edgar Tembo who is interim secretary general of the party says the party has so far started establishing structures across the country.

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