DPP organizes blue parade for Mutharika arrival in Lilongwe 

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has organised a blue parade as a heroes’ welcome for president Peter Mutharika as he arrives back from the US where he attended the UN general assembly.

DPP vehicles route to KIA
DPP women at the airport

Chief secretary to the Office of the President and Cabinet Lloyd Hara says Mutharika arrives at 1:30pm through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe.

He arrives back to face same old politicial, economic and social problems he had left a week ago; a political whirlwind following highly disputed election, a wave of protests including anti-Jane Ansah and anti-quota system protests as well as a sharply divided nation on regional and tribal lines. 

The party says after vice president Everton Chimulirenji  – who was acting president – welcomes the President and he inspects the guard of honour, the DPP cadets will join Mutharika in a blue convoy from the airport to the gates of Kamuzu Palace.

President Mutharika left the country quietly last week, without the usual presidential sirens as the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) sanction anti-Jane Ansah protests were raging in the city.

The DPP’s decision to hold the blue parade, if approved by state security agents, will be a show of defiant, arrogance and impunity in the heightened political atmosphere.

 

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Joloza
2 years ago

Welcome back home APM. Enawa phokoso lonseli ndichifukwa choti nawonso amafuna atapita ku UNGA ndichifukwa chake akufuna rerun.

Charie
Charie
2 years ago

My president APM until 2084 woooh DPP woyee brue colour every where.

Charie
Charie
2 years ago

We’re moving forward ?my ass , I know where things are moving forward my bro we’re moving backwards & we have nothing to points may be the so called Nsanje in land port kkkkkkkkk​ a Malawi anazolowera mabvuto ndichifukwa chake samaonapo bvuto ngakhare wina anziwachapira bulangete pa mutu

winston msowoya
winston msowoya
2 years ago

DPP,you do not have something important that you can do to uplift our country from poverty and bloodshed?

Mwinithako
Mwinithako
2 years ago

Asaaa Mutsogoleri azioneka ,Osati abakha angoyenda yenda mumisewu kumati mademo kkk!!Adikila mpaka 2024 wooooo.
DPP SIIDZASUNTHIKA KUCHOKA MBOMA KKKK.MMESA MUMATI MUTENGA BHOMA KKKK.APM WOYEEEEE

Commentator
Commentator
2 years ago

Watched the cavalcade coming in to LLW.
56 vehicles (cars, bakkies, caravan (why?), ambulance, motorbikes), and that hilarious chap with his multiple torches standing on the top of a vehicle.

What an excessive amount of transport and people for one person.

And the hospitals are awaiting drugs, the school teachers are waiting to be paid …

ANSAH MADANDO PITALA
2 years ago

MBUZI MBUZI ZACHULUKA PA
NYASALAND —-

Mbwiye
Mbwiye
2 years ago

Dpp woyee!! 2084 woo. Olemba zoipa alembe but we are moving forward.

APM
APM
2 years ago
Reply to  Mbwiye

Who cares

mpilu
mpilu
2 years ago

all these people have not seen the other side of the world and what it means to develop the country all they know is LL,Bt respectively and for some lucky ones who have been in both cities ,most have not been in the North let al8ne Zambia ,mozambik,tanzania unless the die hards who go to these neighboring countries for gen.
whilst the confers amapita ku holiday to mauritus, UK, US etc over your taxes.
SHAME SHAME SHAME
AND HE IS A HERO WHO ADREESED HALF OF THE UN MEMBERS JUST LIKE MNANAGWA

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
2 years ago
Reply to  mpilu

That’s true half of all of them have never been to any other city I agree.

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
2 years ago

Malawi is a Joke

Kambewa chisale
2 years ago

Foseki
He claimed that he will develop Malawi Like Singapore. A Malawi do you believe this Shit

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