Atu heads to Lilongwe for agenda-setting DPP-UDF rally: Live on Times TV

As the campaign for the fresh presidential election gathers momentum, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)-United Democratic Front (UDF) alliance running mate Atupele Muluzi is this Thursday holding whistle-stop tour in Dedza on his way to Lilongwe where he will give agenda-setting address at a rally on Saturday.

Atupele rally in Lilongwe Saturday

The 41-year-old Atupele, son to former president Bakili Muluzi, is President Peter Mutharika’s running mate in the election. DPP and UDF have formed an electoral alliance to in a bid to garner votes following Malawi Supreme Court of Appeal’s interpretation of majority as 50-percent-plus-one vote in the presidential election.

Atupele will hold meetings on Thursday at Mayani and Dedza Boma.

Both DPP and UDF spokespersons have confirmed the meetings.

The DPP-UDF alliance says Atupele will also address a rally at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe on Saturday which will be televised live on Times TV.

DPP spokesperson Nicholous Dausi said the DPP-UDF alliance has the momentum.

“With the blue and yellow wave of support, voters will ultimately choose a better future for Malawi,” he said.

On his part UDF spokesperson Ken Ndanga, said Lilongwe is “home ground” for Atupele being a son of the soil.

“He will be speaking to a programme of action for the nation that President Mutharika is committing together with the DPP-UDF alliance. It’s an agenda-setting address,” said Ndanga.

In his campaign message, Atupele has said the DPP-UDF alliance will cherish the young people in the country and make it their top priority to give them a future worth living for.

This means opening every possible door of opportunity for them.

And he has vowed to unite people of this country, saying he will address the ‘how’ factors at Lilongwe rally.

Malawians are set to elect a President on July 2 – or June 23 if Parliament moves the date – following decisions by the High Court of Malawi sitting as the Constitutional Court and the Malawi Supreme Court of Appeal which upheld the lower court judgement that nullified the May 21 2019 presidential election over alleged irregularities, especially in the results management system.

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Nepotism
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MUMU lero waste of our taxes pay back ikubwela pa 23 sipatali

Nalingula
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Nalingula

Mutoziwaso kuti Anthu anasiya kuonera ndi kumvera MBC ….Tapangani zoti MBC nayonso Itafoka pa Thamuzi….

Mika Kunda
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Mika Kunda

It’s good that Atupele is using part of the money his father stole from Malawians. He will surely lose the elections of course, but he has to spend the stolen money.

Mabvuto
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Mabvuto

Osayima pa ntcheu boma bwanji? Inu a Ken danga ndale zosankhana mutundu ndizachikale matsiku ano kumanena kuti Atupele ku Lilongwe ndi pa home ground ndi usaveji , mzasiya liti ndale zawakwathu , nanga ife opanda Candidate tilowera kuti?

Jemusi
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Jemusi

Where is gogo Mutharika?

Yalakwa 4
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Malawi is a fortunate place. Live your dream. I am going to.

Jerusalem Bible College
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Jerusalem Bible College

Madala ali chikomokeleni ku Sanjika pamene wapakaliyala akuyimba beru

Wa shanting
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Wa shanting

In his speech at one of the rallies he told us that people from Lilongwe killed a Moslem policeman. He told us not to empower the leaders from this violent region, now you are saying he is from Lilongwe, should we trust him? He must be violent as well and clueless because he is son of the same soil he told us not to trust. In short atupele is evil! 🤷🏿‍♂️🤷🏿‍♂️🤷🏿‍♂️

Frustrated voter
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Frustrated voter

Wikipedia reports that Atupele was charged for inciting violence years ago, people like this do not change.
VOTE FOR CHANGE, VOTE UTMCP

Kalulu Wadwala
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Big fart

Ma Underwear
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Ma Underwear

Torch bearer or running mate zikukhala bwanji a DPP?????????? Mwasiyira be be Chipani chija…

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