DPP Blue-League bring Christmas cheer to sick and elderly Catholic Sisters

Christmas dawned early for sick and elderly Catholic sisters housed at Maryview Generalate in Nguludi, Chiradzulu district when the youth grouping for ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) under the banner Blue League donated various items on Tuesday.

DPP's Lindani give some cheer and warmth to Catholic sisters
DPP’s Lindani give some cheer and warmth to Catholic sisters
 The donate items
The donate items

The grouping led by the party’s National Youth Director, Louis Ngalande  donated various food items and toiletries amounting to K2.5 million as part of the group’s initiative to help the needy and elderly.

Ngalande described the gesture by the grouping as exemplary disclosing the party’s young supporters popularly called cadets are in the process of reform.

“We have had incidents under MCP and even UDF when party youths were involved in uncalled for conducts. Under the President Peter Mutharika we are changing that. We want our youths to be exemplary just like our leader is whose leadership is all about love and caring,” said Ngalande.

Blue League Vice-chairperson Dumisani Lindani said the donation was part of the group’s social responsibility.

“This is our way of recognizing the good work our Catholic sisters have been doing to raise a good Malawian generation. We wish them and hopefully others will learn from this,” said Lindani.

And Chaplain for the Generalate, Father Tony Mukomba called for other political institutions to emulate the conduct of the Blue League on the point of complementing government’s efforts in supporting the needy and sick.

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