16 members dump DPP, UDF to join Aford

A number of members form the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and United Democratic Front (UDF) have abandoned their respective parties and have joined Alliance for Democracy (AFORD).

AFORD president, Enoch Chihana delivered his speech during the event in Lilongwe. Pic (C) By Daniel Namwini-Mana
Some of AFORD Party members who attended the event in Lilongwe. Pic (C) By Daniel Namwini-Mana
AFORD President, Enoch Chihana (L) welcomed Taricer Chimbalanga (R) from Kabula constituency in Chileka, Blantyre. Pic (C) By Daniel Namwini-Mana

Recently in Lilongwe, the party president, Enoch Chihana welcomed the new members from various districts in the country such as Kasungu, Mchinji, Lilongwe and Blantyre just to mention a few.

“Eight members came from UDF while seven others were from DPP and one member was not belonging to any political party but hails from Kabula Constituency in Blantyre,” he said.

Chihana said the coming in of new members will assist the party to re-build, restore public trust and be able to produce a presidential candidate who will stand in the 2025 presidential election.

“Though we are in the Tonse Alliance Government, as a party, we are also committed to bring more new members because anything can happen.

“We have opened our doors to everyone who wants to join us so that we can have enough time to prepare for the 2025 presidential election,” Chihana said.

One of the new members who joined AFORD party, Taricer Chimbalanga from Kabula Constituency in Chileka, Blantyre, said she decided to join the party so that she can boost the membership of the party in the Southern Region.

She added that she is on a mission to attract more members from various districts in Southern Region to vote for Chihana as a president during the 2025 presidential election.

Masautso Saka who hails from Chambuna Ward in Kasungu dumped UDF to join AFORD. He promised to work together with party president Chihana so that in 2025 the party should be voted into government.

“I will make everything possible to ensure that Chihana should win during the 2025 elections and contribute to the development of the country,” Saka said.

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Pewani
Pewani
8 months ago

kuchoka ku chipani cha banja kupitanso kuchipani cha banja.

timothy pagonachinda mbomta

Kodi Taricer ameneyo ndi uja anali mkazi wa Dan Lufani nthawi inayake ija?

Mapopa
Mapopa
8 months ago

kapena ndi misala anthu tsopano????

mtete
mtete
8 months ago

Not inspiring, is it? A road leading to nowhere. This will in no way prop up Aford.

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
8 months ago

Aaaaa ayi zanodza izi. Akufuna kuti aganiziridwe udindo kuti akabweze Katapira uja.

Ziggy
Ziggy
8 months ago

🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂

Bollard
8 months ago

Kaya!

Gee
Gee
8 months ago

😂😂😂🤣 Apa walemba Nkhaniyi angofuna kutichedwetsapo ndi kutitapako mkamwa apa

Ngodya zinayi Nokha Alliance
Ngodya zinayi Nokha Alliance
8 months ago

Zopatsa phwete

Moqtadar Al Sadir
8 months ago

Kusowa zochita pa Malawi.

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