DPP to send high-powered delegation to PAC’s ‘future of Malawi’ conference

A high-powered delagtion of the government Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and the Executive will be send to attend the  Public Affairs Committee (PAC) conference, government spokesman Nicholous Dausi has indicated.

Dausi: Malawi government will send a delegation to PAC conference

Dausi, who is also Minister of Information, Communication Technology, said government is ready to attend the  conference scheduled for Blantyre this week.

“Government will attend the conference and hope it is for the good of the people,” Dausi said.

PAC spokesman Fr Peter Mulomole confirmed invitation has been extended to government officials for what the quasi-religious body calls a 5+1 All-Inclusive Stakeholders’ Conference which is being funded by Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA).

However, observers say  that expectations from  the  previous PAC conference were not met as per resolutions made and some question its relevance.

Mabvuto Bamusi, a presidential aide on civil society, a Government Technical Team (GTT) spokesperson appointed by President Peter Mutharika to engage PAC on resolutions from the previous conference, said government delegation will use its presence to turn the governance watchdog  “to its right path.”

Bamusi said President Mutharika is still open for dialogue with PAC.

But cautioned some political elements os “using PAC as a conduit for chunning unmerited anger and dislike for Mutharika.”

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8 thoughts on “DPP to send high-powered delegation to PAC’s ‘future of Malawi’ conference”

  1. peter chipo says:

    Moatize, What projects will DPP be inaugurating? Do these include:

    1. Nsanje port? Ask the Mozambicans
    2. Urban roads – All those substandard ones.
    3. Mombera University – It will never take off.
    4. Rural Polytechnics – You are failing to pay the teachers.
    5. National ID – It was ATcheyas brainchild
    6. Malata and cement subsidy – You cannot afford this as the Govt is broke.

    Nenani zina.

  2. Nkhwiri Inokwa says:

    PAC speaks for the vulnerable,, amalawi tizachangamuka liti coz inu you drink wamkaka daily so you thinkm all malawians are the same way mwadya banzi eti let pac speak for the vulnerable nothing wrong,,go kumudzi and see yourself umphawi mmene ulili gosh!!!!!!!!

  3. santana says:

    I wonder why people think they can use PAC to fulfill their political goals. Is it not the same PAC which gave the late Bingu some ultimatums and said they were working on behalf of the people? Was it not the same people who brought the DPP back into power? PAC can bubble in any way they feel but it should not cheat us that it is working on behalf of Malawians. The executive has already shown its political affliation therefore the Committee should not expect backing from all the people. These days PAC is taken as another opposition party therefore all its resolutions will be like one done by the crying parties. People cannot trust the Committee’s executive. What can Mulomole and Chingota who are MCP and PP respectively tell people about good governance while the dual is failing to govern their own organization? It is only the enemies of this government who can clap hands or support PAC’s resolutions because its part of the opposition’s campaign. Whatever negative resolutions PAC will issue after their meeting nothing will shake the mighty DPP from its ground support. The supporters are just waiting for the day of voting to show PAC that the DPP is a party to reckon.

  4. Moatize says:

    A PAC mwabisala muntoliro nsana uli pa mbalambanda. Mukuona ngati a Malawi ndi zitsiru eti? Tabachitani decampaign oppostioniyo ife chaka chikubwerach campaign isadzativute. Opposition that has nothing to show. Mudzamvatu mbebe tikadzayamba kusegulira one chitukuko after another. We will teach you how campaign is done. Just keep on waiting.

  5. Rift Valley says:

    Can the DPP spokesperson kindly remind us what PAC’s Mandate is? You keep reminding us, like a gramophone with a damaged groove, that the institution has veered off track. What was the aim behind it’s creation if highlighting shortfalls and reminding government about these is not one of them?

  6. mabusa says:

    PAC as a conduit for chunning unmerited anger and dislike for Mutharika.” – So what is the right channel to use

  7. Roza Achitabwino says:

    Unmerited anger? Sure? Bamusi you craziest shuppit idiot full of mamina in your brain. You bleed political cholera and you are full of malafiday.

    Little boy Bamusi, were you not the same person who was churning unmerited criticism and anger on Bingu? Who do you think you are fooling? You are a perfect moron. Stop behaving like a rabid pig. Put National interests first than antagonizing the poor masses. Close your stinking mouth with chiBANI cha blue cho

  8. Dr Kasaila says:

    Unmerited anger? Sure? Bamusi you craziest shuppit idiot full of mamina in your brain. You bleed political cholera and you are full of malafiday.

    Little boy Bamusi, were you not the same person who was churning unmerited criticism and anger on Bingu? Who do you think you are fooling? You are a perfect moron. Stop behaving like a rabid pig.

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