DPP’s Ntaba okay with wife’s involvement in UTM, calls it political tolerance

Senior ruling  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) member and presidential advisor on local policies Dr Hetherwick Ntaba has said all is well with his wife joining Vice President Saulos Chilima’s United Transformation Movement (UTM) calling it a sign of political tolerance.

Norah Ntaba: Supporting Chilima and UTM as opposed to her husband who is an advisor to President Peter Mutharika
Ntaba:  Political tolerance

Recently, Ntaba’s wife who is popularly known as Namoyo has been seen attending UTM rallies whilst in movement’s colours.

“Don’t you have different  opinions? Spouces have different opinions on issues and politics, so it is not an issue. People are allowed to differ and we all have freedom to hold different opinion that’s political tolerance. People have different political views that’s the values of democracy,” said Ntaba cementing that all is well with his wife.

Ntaba’s family is a replica of the Kaliati family which has husband Angie  and wife Patricia holding different political views but still living intact.

However, Kaliati got a public ridicule  from DPP regional governor (South) Charles Mchacha.

During a public rally in Mulanje addressed by President Peter Mutharika, Mchacha told the rally that Mulanje Mulanje Pasani legislator Angie Kaliati married a foolish woman.

In vernacular Mchacha said: “Ndaona pompano a Kaliati a amuna ali pompano taimani anthu akuoneni, nthawi zina munthu umatha kukwatira chitsiru chokumwa madzi ometera.”

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#DzukaniAmalawi
#DzukaniAmalawi
3 years ago

This shouldn’t be news at all. The two people are coming independent and have separate consciousness. It also just demonstrates that women are better thinkers than men and probably much more in tune with life than men. They’re emotionally ,icy more mature and sophisticated than men hence their choices.

Nadzimbiri
Nadzimbiri
3 years ago

This is what we call strategizing, Ntaba knows kuti UTM ilowa m’boma, waponda kuwiri apapa, azadya nawonso

Kholowa
Kholowa
3 years ago

Mmayiyu waona kuti apumbwa samuthandiza…

Nyaka
Nyaka
3 years ago

Myaaa!!!!!!! Malawi yafikapo. True democracy ndi mmabanja momwe!!!

UTM mwana wa DPP
UTM mwana wa DPP
3 years ago

Palibe chodabwitsa yapa. UTM is DPP disappointed with convention basi….Anthuwa ndi amodzi. A Malawi akufunsa kusintha aka dziko kanthu chenjerani……Anthuwa ndiomwewo akutibera ndalama pano….Voting Chilima is voting DPP and mbava zinanso……. Vote MCP is u want real change……munkati a professor izo. He promised so much and little achieved. The Young Pumbwa is also promising too much like his Father Pumbwa. But all this surrounded with DPP diehard. I am failing to understand why these young chaps cannt understand clear formula here.. By December see how DPP UTM will be. And I real will never be part of Young Pumbwa and… Read more »

kaya
kaya
3 years ago

kkkkkk. The kingdom of pumbwaz

Goms
Goms
3 years ago

Muluzi wa agalu ndiumodzi kkkkk

Bambo phiri
Bambo phiri
3 years ago

Madam Getrude nawo alowa UTM shaaa koma zavutatu.kkkkk

goodwellbanda
goodwellbanda
3 years ago

Ndi ufulu wake wasankha bwino

SONG OF THE DRUNKARD
SONG OF THE DRUNKARD
3 years ago

A GAWANA ZIDA !!

WASAMBWADZA
WASAMBWADZA
3 years ago

The first to leave a sinking ship are rats. The sinking ship is the DPP. Ntaba are among the latest to silently defect from the DPP. The Ntaba family has survived on crumbs from MCP then found refuge in the UDF having to pitch a tent for his briefcase political party. His advisory role in the DPP was never in doubt until the advent of UTM the arrival of Uladi on the DPP platform deepened Ntaba’s estrangement. The mother rat has swum to the UTM shores the soldier ants will crowd Ntaba out of the DPP pastures

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