DPP cancel victory parade

Ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has cancelled its so called victory match in Blantyre on Thursday following a court order to allow civil society activists stage peaceful protests in the commercial city.

Mchacha: No parade

The DPP organized an impromptu ‘provocation’ demonstrations in Blantyre on Thursday to thwart the Human Rights Defenders Coalition organized protests against the manipulation of the May 21 presidential poll results in favour of president Peter Mutharika.

A DPP official from the south said the ‘DPP victory match’ on Thursday was organized by party regional governor Charles Mchacha.

“The aim was simply to confuse the HRDC,” said our source.

Blantyre City Council earlier on Tuesday wrote HRDC informing them that the CSO organized protests could not be allowed because the streets in Blantyre had already been booked from June 18 to 24.

HRDC successfully challenged the council order as the law provides that those seeking to hold protests should inform the police and the council and not seeking their authority.

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Gulukunyinda
Gulukunyinda
1 year ago

Wakanika kumaka Mchacha. Tidakunyenyaninyenyani.

dpparefoolish
dpparefoolish
1 year ago

because they have no money they are trying to harass everyone for money coming to many companies. They probe used all of it to bribe chief justices. BROKE COUNTRY.

TOSH
1 year ago

THIS IS JUST THE BEGGINING DONT PLAY WITH CSO WE ARE BEHIND THEM AMAONA NGATI IFE SITIYENDA TINAKAYENDABE OLO ANAKAPANGA STUPID PARADE YAWOYO

Holly Tit
1 year ago

Zigawenga zaopera patali

NGATI
1 year ago

Bwerani apumbwanu tikumane pamnsewu

Muwone ndi ANSAH wanuyo !!

Mlauzi
Mlauzi
1 year ago
Reply to  NGATI

Chanza the diehard blue cadet wagwa nayo. Udzafa imfa yowawa mfiti iwe. Senseless , embarrassing and incurably defective thinking gone down the drain

Smart Aunt Sally
1 year ago

This is straightforward reporting. Thumbs up buddy.

saundi
saundi
1 year ago

Chibulutu chi mchacha ici cimandinyasa bwanji!

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