Chilima relives political campaign promises, says they remain relevant

UTM Party  president Saulos Chilima has said party campaign promises in the run up to the 2019 polls, remain relevant, saying his administration would put stemming of graft as one of priority areas.

Chilima and his deputy at UTM Party Micheal Usi

Chilima was upbeat during UTM Day political rally on Sunday in Ntcheu that his party would one day form the government.

“We are not campaigning here. We are here to remind Malawians of what we promised them in the event we were elected into power. This is important as we commemorate one year of UTM launch,” said Chilima.

He said corruption was the root cause of the socio-economic problems in the country and the UTM-led government would stem it.

He also said in the event the UTM party is elected, Malawians will be assured of three meals a day.

“Some people think this is useless but as I am talking to you now, some families have not had their meal and they even do not know when they will have their next meal,” he said.

He reminded Malawians of the reduction of a price of fertilizer from the current K30, 000 a bag to K4,495 should the UTM get into government.

He also said to boost the country’s economy and agriculture, the UTM led government would create mega farms in each district, which he said would also be a catalyst for employment opportunities.

The Constitutional Court is expected to rule next month on whether the country will hold an election rerun or not following an application by the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM.

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Brighton. Mtambo@yahoo.com
Brighton. [email protected]
1 year ago

Thumps up

joseph Banda
joseph Banda
1 year ago

Kudzikwata ndi chala. Chilima is IRREVANT. With his brothers in Crimes -Just waiting for Hague basi. Tickets already issued

Mpekasambo
Mpekasambo
1 year ago

Zipani zomwe zikukayika kuti sizidzawina khothi ikalamula re-run ndi zimene zili kalikiliki kuchita misonkhano. Ife owina tili phee. Anthu akuona okha!

Mwe'ene
Mwe'ene
1 year ago

Chilima’s idiotic stance regarding his election promises, which were clearly rejected by the voters, is a sign that this kid is probably a retarded politician already. And his reiterating the half baked and outrageous policies indicates also he’s a slow learner, generally.
He’s slowly writing himself off the relevant political scene of the future. As he now has no political capital left.

Evange
Evange
1 year ago
Reply to  Mwe'ene

You don’t know him well my friend. He always know what he is doing.

jana
1 year ago
Reply to  Mwe'ene

Which voters rejected him? are you a Malawian, do you even know the meaning of reject

Chukambiri
Chukambiri
1 year ago
Reply to  jana

Me and some Malawians rejected him

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