Chimulirenji calls for unity in DPP: ‘Lets pull in one direction’

Vice President Everton Chimulirenji has called on governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) members to play a role in ensuring maximum unity within the party.

Chimulirenji: DPP should unite

Chimulirenji  warned DPP members against complacency, saying the party needs to strengthen  so that it can improve the living conditions of poor people.

Speaking at a political rally at  Lifidzi Primary School Ground in Salima, Chimulirenji said DPP  should unite at all levels.

Chimulirenji said no one should cause division in the DPP and said loyalty should be to its leader President  Professor Arther Peter Mutharika.

“If people are coming here they are coming to follow Professor Arther Peter Mutharika and if I am moving around I am serving Professor Mutharika. We should rally behind our leader,” said Chimulirenji.

Chimulirenji took time to commend DPP members for their love towards President Mutharika.

He said DPP was not shaken with the electoral case by the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and UTM, challenging Mutharika’s victory.

Chimulirenji, who is also DPP national campaign director, said the party is convinced it won the polls and what Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) announced is a true reflection of people’s will.

Speaking at the same rally. DPP Secretary General Gelzeder Wa Jeffrey said DPP will be ruling till 2084.

“We will be in power till 2084,” said Wa Jeffrey.

In presidential elections results being challenged in court, Mutharika, won the r ace in the May 21 2019 Tripartite Elections with 1 940 709 votes or 38.57 percent.

In 2014, Mutharika, with Saulos Chilima as his running mate, triumphed with 1 904 399 votes, representing 36.4 percent of the votes cast against Chakwera’s 1 455 880 or 27.8 percent. Then incumbent president Joyce Banda, who had ascended to the presidency in line with constitutional order after the death of Bingu wa Mutharika in 2012, finished third with 1 056 236 votes or 20.2 percent of the vote while Atupele Muluzi finished fourth with 717 224 votes or 13.7 percent.

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Mutumwa
Mutumwa
9 months ago

Kodi JB anaima nawo pa upresident? Proof read zinthuzi musanapange post!!!

mtete
9 months ago

Try a similar rally in Mulanje or Thyolo

Peter T
Peter T
9 months ago

You will see at the end! Peter Mutharika didn’t won Elections, maybe he won under skirt of Jane Ansah but not normal winning. DPP can not ruling again thats a sign of End of the Blue colour in Malawi! You can seen you busy fighting for the throne everybody wants to be president DPPs last days.

Mandala
Mandala
9 months ago
Reply to  Peter T

IWE PETER T !
OSANGOLEMBA M’ CHICHEWA BWANJI ? KOMA WAONETSA KUTI UNABADWA OPANDA MANYADZI….

Makape
Makape
9 months ago

Too late, the lines have already been drawn anzanu anayamba kale kutakata ku Southern region, there is no coming back, the division are now set.

Tuvitwana
Tuvitwana
9 months ago

DOGS!

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
9 months ago

People should rally behind the party not an individual.

mananjalo
mananjalo
9 months ago

We all knows very well that dpp never won any presidential seat hence they used their ways to take the seat even in 2014 they were adding up figures. So let’s wait from the court

bandafred9@gmail.com
9 months ago

Ukanakhala wanzeru ukanakhala chete ziwembu zili ku Tippex party kwanuko sizikufunika kumaziyankhula pagulu ngati apa.Anawo sakukondwa nawe ndiye ukuwayamba dala pamenepo.

Myangwe
Myangwe
9 months ago

Akamalankhula mchichewa nkuluyu ngwafundo heavy

Myangwe
Myangwe
9 months ago

Chimulilenji akamalankhula chichewa muli mfundo kwabasi,

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