Botomani impressed with DPP support at Chanco

Minister of Information, who is also National Director of Research in the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Mark Botomani,  has said he is impressed with the support the party is enjoying at University of Malawi’s Chancellor College.

Botoman: Impressed with DPP support at Chanco

Botomani, a Member of Parliament for Zomba Chisi Constituency, on Sunday accompanied by Member of Parliament for Zomba Central constituency, Bester Awali, honoured an invitation by Chancellor College DPP Students Wing leadership, to be the guest of honour during a function the wing organized to welcome DPP affiliated first year students at the college.

The minister, as he would admit later, appeared in disbelief seeing the spacious Gym room at Chancellor College Complex completely filled to with ecstatic students chanting songs in praise of President Peter Mutharika.

In his address, the Minister urged the students to remain loyal to the DPP and to desist from being manipulated by forces bent on destabilizing the nation.

“I thought it would be a small meeting but this function has surpassed my imagination. The attendance is self-evident and I can now confirm that the wing here at Chancellor College is the strongest and most vibrant in the country,” said Botomani.

He added:“I promise that we will give you full support.”

Botoman, who was now visibly excited and enjoying every moment of the meeting pledged to donate money amounting to MK200 000 to cater for the operations of the wing.

“You are intellectuals and from an intellectual point of view, we expect input from you on how to strengthen the party,” he said while emphasizing his earlier point on the need for the Chirunga intelligentsias, as Chancellor College students are fondly called, to continue giving their unwavering support to the party and President Mutharika.

The information minster described Mutharika as a President who has the welfare of the youth at heart citing the pro-youth policies and programs his government is implementing in the country as evidence of how youth friendly the President is.

Speaking earlier, the Zomba Central legislator, Awali, pledged to throw a party to the wing saying further that he will use the party occasion to also dress them in party regalia.

The Chancellor College wing president Hopeson Nazombe thanked the students for turning up in their large numbers saying their large attendance alone, as the Minster also remarked, has sent an indisputable message on how a force to reckon with Chancellor College DPP students wing is.

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4 years ago

I have always regarded University students as serious thinking people. I am having second thoughts now and wondering why, for goodness sake what has gone into our students’ heads. DPP support? No ways

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4 years ago
Reply to  Mtete

Mtete ndiye mulilatu simunati kkk samukani basi mmalawi muno

4 years ago
Reply to  Mtete

Koma Crocodile Party ndiye zinakakhala bwino..Useless pig

4 years ago
Reply to  Chakwera

Dont forget that since DPP went into government in 2009 the Quota selection system has been their mainstay. Its particular aim was to ensure that the lomwe belt gets as much share of varsity places and after graduation infect all sectors including the industry. You can agree with me that now, 10 years down the line, >50% of most companies and civil service is lomwe management infested. Would you be surprised that the status quo is true at Chanco? No u shouldnt. Their plans are working perfectly. Thats y when you mention about Federalism in Parliament or even the word… Read more »

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