Atupele donates food items in Mulanje: Nankhumwa receives with gratitude 

Minister of Foreign Affairs Kondwani Nankhumwa on Friday received various food items donated by DPP/UDF Alliance running mate in the forthcoming presidential polls Atupele Muluzi meant for Mulanje central.

Handing over the maize to one of the beneficiries
Nankhumwa speaking to beneficiaries
UDF vice-president (South) Lance Mbewe with Nankhumwa at Chisitu in Mulanje

The donation was presented on behalf of Atupele Muluzi by UDF vice president for Southern Region, Lance Mbewe, at Chisitu, in Nankhumwa’s Mulanje Central constituency.

The 50 kg bags containing assorted food items, including sugar and rice, were presented to 300 elderly men and women drawn from various villages in the constituency.

Mbewe said the donation by Atupele Muluzi was a clear demonstration that the DPP/UDF Alliance is not exploitive but a mutual working relationship aimed at bettering the people’s lives.

“The main message from Right Honourable Atupele Muluzi to you is that we should all adhere to all preventive measures against Covid-19, which causes the  coronavirus disease. Let’s follow all precautions as espoused by health experts and government.

“It is only when we are healthy and fit that we will be able to vote for Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika and his running mate Atupele Muluzi in the forthcoming fresh presidential election on July 2,” said Mbewe.

In his remarks, Nankhumwa expressed gratitude to Atupele Muluzi for the donation, which he said would go a long way in alleviating the suffering of the elderly people in the constituency.

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Kumangti Atupele
4 months ago

Bravo Atupele.Vice president wachinyamata osakhala zijazii zomangothamangira ku Court.
Mukhaula. July 2ndipatali. Anyamata ife uyu ndiyry nmyamati wachokondi osajgala zini za ziii ntchito kumabwera kumisonkhano ataledzera. Boma iloo.

tizanka
tizanka
4 months ago

Patsogolo go APM, Patsogolo to AAM, patsolo ndi DPP Patsogolo ndi UDF.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
4 months ago

Where were you all this time? Campaign yavuta ndithu. Come 2nd July, you’re packing mbuzi inu.

Munthu
Munthu
4 months ago

The donation by Muluzi was appeasement to Nankhumwa who had been hoping for the running mate position.
Muluzi’s father was the first to detail true development in Malawi, because he was had little understanding of his responsibilities as a head of state.
Mutharika understood his responsibilities but his inability to stop corruption will be his downfall.
Both these families leading DPP and UDF seem to think that they were predestined to rule Malawi forever.
It is fitting that both will face demise together after July 2nd.

Mpakaten
4 months ago

Are you sure COVI-19 causes coronavirus. Do our journalists read? Why are putting across a wrong message to the public? The golden rule in journalism to avoid being considered ignorant is to ask if you are not sure. This is dangerous. I wouldn’t allow the writer of the story to marry in my village, I am afraid the children would be dull.Clearly this shows that the journalist is dull and does not follow current affairs.

Kafwira
Kafwira
4 months ago

Kumabwezako misonkho yathu hiyaaa.

Ndikhetsamwazi Chakwera

In the history of Malawi Udf and Dpp have never lost elections whilst in power. We go again 2 July!!

Bauleni
4 months ago

Inde VP!! Patsogolo ndi Dpp, patsogolo ndi UDF 2020 Boma!! Looking at the big picture. 2 July we will go again.

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
4 months ago

Sad for a person of Nankhumwa’s stature. Ufumu wabwezeredwa kwa Ayawo apa Nyekhwe. Nothing good for these guys will cone out of this marriage.

C Banda
C Banda
4 months ago

Article has been submitted to the pliant Nyasa Times by DPP Central.

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