22-year-old Angella Makangala gunning for Zomba Central parliamentary seat

A 22 year old Angella Makangala, who is running for parliamentary set in the Zomba Central Constituency, has appealed for votes from eligible voters saying she holds the key for the development of the eastern region city.

Angella Makangala Speaking during a political debate
Angella Makangala: Aspiring MP for Zomba Central
During a whistle-stop tour she conducted in the city, Makangala said Zomba Central has lagged behind in terms of development despite late President Bingu was Mutharika according it the city status.
The aspirant, who says drew her inspiration from the Centre for Multiparty for Democracy (CMD), said she would among others ensure quality education and health as well as empowerment of women.
According to her, she will also ensure safe water, good road networks, proper education facilities and also empowering the youth to venture into various businesses as a way of dealing with unemployment levels in the country.
“Being the former capital, Zomba is supposed to be a good example in terms of development but the story is different. Once I am elected, which I am certain I will, Zomba will change for the best,” said Makangala.
She added: “Zomba is blessed with necessary resources for tourist attraction only that parliamentarians who are elected to be representatives turn their focus to things that can benefit themselves and their families not Zomba as a whole.”
Makangala said her plan was to build a tourist attraction center that would boost the economic wellbeing of the city and also provide employment to the local population.
Among others, Makangala–independent– is facing Steven Bajesi of Malawi Congress Party (MCP), Bester Awali of Democrating Progressive Party (DPP) Hasheem Banda of United Democratic Front (UDF), Joseph Chikwemba  of People Party (PP),Noel Masangwi of United transformation Movement, Yunus Mussa (Independent), Minnie Thombozi (Independent) and Patricia Kainga Nangozo (Independent).

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Paperback
3 years ago

Comment! ………..childish.

Mobutu
Mobutu
3 years ago

Wachepa nazo mwana iwe. Dikila kaye!!

Gas Machine Head
Gas Machine Head
3 years ago

You will win Angella

Apo mpo yee
Apo mpo yee
3 years ago

Kankhope kuthwanima choncho ungaluze iweyo Angella? Paja ku Malawi kunotu timavotera munthu osati chifukwa cha mfundo.

Wirikiza kuziphoda, Angie. Zomba Central ndiyako kale!😚

National CEO
National CEO
3 years ago

Is development the role of councilors or MPs?

ben
ben
3 years ago

tight race,kaya zioneka zokha

JIGGIES
JIGGIES
3 years ago
Reply to  ben

We share the same views!

Frank Chikadza
Frank Chikadza
3 years ago

Young lady, have you completed tertiary education? You need to put your priorities right.

Munthu
Munthu
3 years ago
Reply to  Frank Chikadza

Thats a good one

Mwinithengo Azidya Papakulu
Mwinithengo Azidya Papakulu
3 years ago

Kodi amasangwi adakalipobe?koma zitha bwanji ku central Zombako kkkkkkk.

Mafumu
Mafumu
3 years ago

Beautiful girl I think u must be taken if u r single

Maso ena
Maso ena
3 years ago
Reply to  Mafumu

.Facebook Photo ndi ya pa debate zitosiyanatu kusalalako!!

Joshua
Joshua
3 years ago

Viva Masangwi.

Ngawamele Kulaga
3 years ago
Reply to  Joshua

Would you please share with us her qualifications and experience? kapena qualification yake ndi ija yoti bola kudziwa speaking english?

Gas Machine Head
Gas Machine Head
3 years ago
Reply to  Joshua

Mbava Masangwi

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