Aford members hit back at panga-wielding DPP Cadets, injure 18 in Karonga

Over 18 ruling  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) notorious youth cadets are battling for their lives at Kiwe hospital after sustained severely injuries at the political rally organised by Alliance for Democrcay (Aford) around Kaporo area.

Chihana: Rebuilding Aford

The rally which was attended by hundreds of Aford  supporters was graced by the party’s president Enoch Chihana and another party MP Frank Mwenifumbo.

The DPP Cadets  were heard declaring that they would not allow other parties to take the limelight away from them and wanted to disrupt the rally.

Clad in DPP memorabilia and wielding pangas, the  Cadets invaded the Afor venue for the rally and started chasing people.

However, the cadets where overpowered by AFORD supporters.

Aford president Chihana described the development as “retrogressive” to the democracy which DPP did not take part to fight for.

Fearless  youths activist Steven Simsokwe said DPP officials should clean its house before reaching 2019 general elections.

According to him,  DPP is  creating a political environment of  bloodshed especially if the Cadets will not be tamed.

“DPP cadets should not regard themselves as superior. They should stop intimidating others,” said Simsokwe.

Since Mwenifumbo joined AFORD, many people in Karonga followed him.

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Tafwa Chipalamandule
Tafwa Chipalamandule
3 years ago

Oh yes, since the police are afraid of the DPP Cadets so the solution is to fight back. Congrats AFORD, pliz hit them even harder than before. MCP, ITS YOUR TURN, PLEASE ORGANISE THE YOUTH LEAGUE TO DEAL WITH THIS NOTORIOUS GROUP OF DPP!

santana
santana
3 years ago

The rally was attended by hundreds of people yet it was conducted by the president. Mwenefumbo boasts of having many supporters in Karonga yet the reporter talks of the attendance in hundreds. If the reporter knows his job, this story would have been backed up with pictures of injured DPP supporters in uniform. My observation is that this is a fake story, it never happened, and those commenting to discredit DPP have a shallow thinking capacity otherwise they would have known that the story in this report is a fake. Or the reporter wants us to know that Afford have… Read more »

Natty Prince
Natty Prince
3 years ago

Mwawachita bwino Big up Aford cadets kumeneko ndiye kubwera Malawi ndi dziko la ufulu ndiye mbuzi za ddp zimafuna anthu azikhala mwa mantha aonetseni zakuda kumene ndizimene amafuna athyoleni miyendo,mikono,misana,olo makosi ddp chipani cha mbuzi.

Dan
Dan
3 years ago

DPP should not underestimate the prowess of Karonga youth. Here is one of the hotspots if serious violence if provoked. These guys are fearless and they can fight. It is good for DPP accept that Aford has resurrected and will stay.

Chemusa
Chemusa
3 years ago

I told you. The only way to deal with these cadet thugs is to fight hit back. They will fear you. Nx time they come just kill one or two. They will stop their thuggery behaviour. Show them that northerners don’t tolerate nonsenses. They can do that elsewhere

Maunits
Maunits
3 years ago

Great Aford supporters to deal with cadets, these are notorious people who should be demised all of them in seven minutes period

cadet
cadet
3 years ago

Bit them even more. These idiots are losing popularity big time.

MAMBALAZ
MAMBALAZ
3 years ago

GOOD JOB AND WELL DONE
TO AFORD SUPPORTERS !!

THESE DPP CADETS ARE TAKING
US FOR FOOLS

THEY THINK THEY ARE ABOVE
EVERYTHING

WHERE ARE THEIR LEADERS
NOW ??
THEY ARE SUFFETING IN HOSPITAL FOR A PACKET OF CHIBUKU SHAME TO THEM AND THEIR PARENTS

NOW THEY SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR WAR IF THEY
FOLLOW OPPOSITION RALLIES
AND VENUES

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH !!

NOT ONLY IN THE NORTH
EVEN HERE IN SOUTH AND
CENTRE

Joloza Kapokola
Joloza Kapokola
3 years ago

DPP should not dare that in Karonga …they will be killed

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