Chilima’s movement unstoppable, ‘forward ever, backward never’– Mikaya

United Transformation Movement (UTM) led by the country’s Vice-President Saulos Chilima who broke ranks with the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is now unstoppable,  a pro-youth leadership politician and  Blantyre based businessman Steve Mikaya  has said.

Mikaya: UTM unstoppable
Chilima in Ndirande

Mikaya, who recently joined UTM, was speaking at at Nyambadwe Primary School ground in Blantyre  during the UTM rally  on Saturday.

He said no matter what tacticis the government and other political detractors can do,  Chilima is on the way to power, labelling the UTM unstoppable and real threat to the ruling DPP in the 2019 elections.

Mikaya was referring to Thursday’s rebuff by Blantyre City Council (BCC) to grant UTM permission to hold the public rally on Saturday barely few days after the Registrar of Political Parties also turned down the movement’s application to register as a political party ahead of the May 21 2019 Tripartite Elections.

“No matter what, UTM is unstoppable like the sea waves,” he declared.

Mikaya said Chilima’s vibrancy and charisma  has no match, saying the youth must be excited by the prospect of participating in the elections instead of being used by politicians to perpetrate violence.

He described the May 21  2019 Tripartite Elections as an election that will give the youth a chance.

Mikaya a good political orator stressed  that the movement is  unstoppable, unconquerable and unbeatable like a storm with Chilima’s alternative policy prescription to deal with all the country’s debilitating ailments.

He ended his Ndirande Townhsip rally brief talk with a quote  by  Ghana’s first prime minister and president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah: ‘forward ever, backward never’.

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Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
2 years ago

Guyz Chilima game waiponyera kwakuya, ma speech osakaniza ndimiyambi nkumatha kulumikiza zosowa ndi ndizofuna za a Malawi? Uyu ndiyedi Mfumu ya chiMalawi yomwe timakaipedza kumidzi Kwa Mthondo ku Ntchisi very articulate with pples’ plight & full of wisdom of solving hardships remotest villagers face.

Stanley Mdala
Stanley Mdala
2 years ago

Come on guys this our time. There will never be time like this. Let us liberate our country from thieves who don’t care about the majority poor but just the few of them.

Phwisa
Phwisa
2 years ago

Ngati mwayamba kunyozera malamulo lero nanga kutsogoloko kkkkk

JOHN
JOHN
2 years ago
Reply to  Phwisa

IWE PHWISA! PALIBE WANYOZA LAMULO. UTM INAKATENGA INJUNCTION KU COURT KULETSA BCC KUTI MSONKHANO WAO USAYIMITSIDWE. MUZITSATIRA ZOCHITIKA MDZIKO LANU.

Yes!
Yes!
2 years ago
Reply to  Phwisa

Before last week, the unregistered UTM was legally conducting rallies and now, the unregistered UTM is illegally conducting rallies; REALLY!!! Somebody, thinks all Malawians are STUPIDOS!!

BigMan
BigMan
2 years ago

DPP is history, those of us who have seen how political change looks like already recognise the signs of death in DPP. Chilima and UTM have caught the attention of every Malawian and it shows.

Those who are being used by DPP to try and slow down UTM like what the registrar of parties and BCC tried to do are just making fools out of themselves.

JOHN
JOHN
2 years ago
Reply to  BigMan

IWE CHIKUMBUTSO NAMELO AND LYTON NKATA MUZIONA KUMENE MPHEPO IKUPITA. ZIKUTSALIRANI IZI! GAME KUMAYIONERA PATALI!

Chemussa
Chemussa
2 years ago
Reply to  JOHN

They must flout the law to sail with the wind?

BigMan
BigMan
2 years ago
Reply to  Chemussa

Which Law?

Tinkanena
2 years ago
Reply to  BigMan

Big man; I was there mu nthawi ya Brown Mpinganjira and NDA; as long as opposition remains devided as is the case now; DPP will carry the day. Opposition must swallow its pride and fill one candidate; failing this then they must stop dreaming.

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