Atupele takes DPP-UDF campaign to Kasungu, touts unity and oneness

The Democratic Progressive Party and United Democratic Front (DPP/UDF) Alliance presidential running mate for the 2020 fresh elections Atupele Muluzi on Saturday took the alliance campaign trail to Kasungu with a message on unity and oneness.

Atupele in Kasungu
Crowds of people in Kasungu

Muluzi, who was welcomed by thousands of people at the Kasungu Community Ground,reminded the gathering the past 10 months have not been easy with some politicians wanting to divide and destroy Malawi.

He said there are politicians who want to divide the people because of politics by perpetratingviolence, especially in the central region.

Muluzi said people have been beaten, especially women and innocent peoples property has been destroyed because some politicians were in the forefront encouraging people to be involved in violence.

But as DPP and UDF, we are emphasizing that we are one despite where one is from. When people from the central go to the north, feel at home, when you go to the south you should feel at home, said Muluzi.

The DDP/UDF Alliance running mate advised Malawians not to be divided by politicians, sayingthis is not time to mark boundaries because of tribes or regions.

In politics you need mentors who should teach you leadership since leaders must take care of everyone.

There is a secret for most of accomplished politicians, like my father (Bakili Muluzi), was mentored by Kamuzu Banda, so were John Tembo and Gwanda Chakuamba were also mentored by Kamuzu,” he said.

Muluzi said he despises politics of insults and castigations, saying there is need to focus on developmental issues.

He reminded Malawians in the district the DPP-led government has constructed a stadium and youth skills centre in Kasungu. He added the same DPP government is giving the MalawiEnterprise Development Fund (MEDEF) loans to the youth.

Several top party officials from DPP and UDF escorted Muluzi and among them were DPP Secretary General Grezelder Jeffrey, Deputy Director of Research Clara Makungwa and Director of youth, Dyton Mussa.

Others were Uladi Mussa, Hetherwick Ntaba, Dr Jean Kalirani and UDF’s  Ken Ndanga.

Speaking to the multitude, Jeffrey said people who voted in power Professor Mutharika are the ones who attended the rally, so the same people can do the same during the fresh elections.

She urged them to go out in numbers and vote during the fresh elections.

You can come and attend the rally, but if you do not go and vote, then you have done nothing. So go out and vote for Professor Mutharika, said Jeffrey.

Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika is contesting in the 2020 fresh elections with Muluzi as a running mate after the Supreme Court of Appeal upheld the ruling by the Constitutional Court to nullify the 2019 presidential elections and ordered for fresh polls.

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Zangaphe
8 months ago

kuyesetsa kujambula kunthu anthu awoneke ochepa.

Bibi
Bibi
8 months ago

Atupele has magnetic appeal and TONSE alliance knows this. TONSE alliance rally of 9 members in Zomba had fewer people compared to Atupele’s Kasungu rally.

Omex70
Omex70
8 months ago
Reply to  Bibi

Ukunama cadet. bwanji kupanda manyazi?

Zangaphe
8 months ago
Reply to  Omex70

go and watch for yourself. Atupele is pulling massive clouds

Patrick Phiri
Patrick Phiri
8 months ago

Atiupele alone attracts more people than Chakwera, Chilima, JB, Chiding, Kachale together

Omex70
Omex70
8 months ago
Reply to  Patrick Phiri

Cadt uyu manyazi alibiletu. Area you blind?

Tan
Tan
8 months ago

Olo mubise the crowds, the fact remains that it was well patronized. Burying your head in the sand is useless

Mpakaten
8 months ago

Uladi Mussa left UDF to form his own party (name forgotten) because he believed Atupele was young – in his words “baby” when he was proposed to lead UDF. Now Uladi is following the same baby to support him in the campaign. Ndale ndi kam’nyamata wawa.

Zex rajabu
Zex rajabu
8 months ago
Reply to  Mpakaten

Uladi left udf together with Bingu, khumbo kachali, Joyce banda etc. He later fell out of favour with Bingu and formed maravi people party. So Uladi left udf longtime before atupele was proposed to lead it.

YRUsostupid!
8 months ago

That’s a good crowd. And good votes. Atupele is definitely winning. (His running mate Gertrude Mutharika can indeed take it easy)

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