The ruling Democratic Progressive Party newly elected regional governor for the south, Charles Mchacha has outlined his strategy to revamp the party structures on the ground.
Mchacha was speaking at an interface meeting with members of parliament, constituency leaders, area leaders and youth cadets on Tuesday at Thyolo Boma.
Mchacha told the party delegates to strengthen the party from the grassroots up the ladder.
He said as regional governor he will make sure that he reaches every district to make the DPP visible and that its members should be in the forefront in developing the nation.
“I have strategies which I have devised in order to strengthen the party both short and long term which I want to make sure that in the next four months we should see changes in areas where we fail as a party”
“We have to unite and make sure we make the party visible and revamp its structures on the ground.
“We have discussed various issues some of which include working together and being in the forefront in developmental issues,” highlighted Mchacha.
Mchacha, who is Member of Parliament for Thyolo South stressed that it is the duty of leaders to relate to the people what the President Professor Peter Mutharika is doing by making people understand DPP policies.
Mary Navitcha, DPP Member of Parliament for Thyolo Thava constituency, concurred with the regional governor saying it is a welcome development that the regional governor has started to initiate such interface meetings with the party from the grassroot levels
She said it is encouraging for the party that the regional governor graced them and the strategies outlined will go a long way in strengthening the party.