I won the presidency, Mutharika defiantly tells critics, Malawi  opposition

President Peter Mutharika has defiantly told his critics and the opposition that he won the presidency, saying it was childish and foolish for newspapers to advise him shut up on the matter.

The DPP symbol captured at the rally conducted by the Head os State President Peter Mutharika at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe-pic by Lisa Kadango
The Malawi leader President Peter Mutharika address the gathering at the DPP rally at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe-pic by Lisa Kadango
Part of the Crowd gathered at the DPP Rally at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe-pic by Lisa Kadango
DPP youths captured at the rally in Lilongwe-pic by Lisa Kadango

Mutharika said this when he addressed his first rally in central region since the May 21 highly contentious and disputed elections.

“Why should I keep quiet when I won the elections? Should I be ashamed that I won the election? That’s childish, that is foolish. I won the presidency and I will say it time and again,” said Mutharika.

Mutharika, who at the beginning of the rally told people to observe a minute silence in honour of a slain police officer at Nsundwe in Lilongwe during violent protests over Mutharika’s decision to hold the rally in Lilongwe, condemned the killing as barbaric.

President Mutharika also described as foolish alleged opposition masterminding of destruction of public infrastructure in some parts of central region in protest against his win.

“We are building the nation; others are destroying it. If you think you are punishing me, you are destroying your own country. This is foolish, stop it,” said Mutharika.

He said the opposition and his critics should accept his presidency and that he was their leader.

He asked both the opposition and civil rights organisations to drop the militancy in dealing with political issues and join him in building the country.

President Mutharika’s public remarks comes after his interview with Aljazeera television beamed on Saturday where he reiterated that he won the elections and  claim that six international organisations declared the elections “free, fair and credible”.

Mutharika, among others, cited the European Union (EU), Commonwealth, African Union (AU), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Southern African Development Community (Sadc) observer missions as among those that declared the polls “free, fair and credible”.

In the interview with Aljazeera, Mutharika further claimed that the international observers went as far as declaring the country’s elections as an example to the rest of Africa.

He said: “It was completely free, fair and credible… the opposition lost the elections and they decided not to accept and are trying to save their face.”

While defending the use of Tippex by justifying that there was nothing wrong under the law to use the correctional fluid where “there were problems of addition and subtraction” Mutharika also blamed MCP for the current political impasse.

During this year’s 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (Unga74) in New York, Mutharika also stated in his address that the elections were credible and accused the country’s longtime opposition political party of perpetrating post-election violence.

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braveheart
11 months ago

…ulemu wanu munthu wamkulu.You have put DPP in line to rule Malawi the next election again. Keep ur tactics they R working. Don’t fight them back please .Awa azidamager kale osalimbana nawo ayaluka basi! Chawo palibe. Your actions APM ndi tease payokha! ndi upper cut yoti onse amene mb’uyomu amaziyesa mashasha Ali out! of the game TKO so don’t b surprised adakalira anthuwa. Panopa afika stage yokhala ngati agalu achiwewe. APM keep ur professionalism ndi Ana awa u can’t waste ur time kumapanga nawo argue and DONT. DPP is a national party nit regional.Lets keep it that way! Salute APM!

Maunits
Maunits
11 months ago

This guys is a fool law guy how can he say he won when the matter is challenged in court. This guy will face treason and captured soon after the ruling by the courts.

mada k
11 months ago

did u even vote for yourself? i doubt u cud vote for yourself……….u did not win any election

Nabetha
Nabetha
11 months ago

Was this person a law professor in America? ????.

Bwitoto
Bwitoto
11 months ago
Reply to  Nabetha

I Very much doubt

Trump
Trump
11 months ago
Reply to  Nabetha

I always have doubts that this guy was a professor in America with his thinking. He is insensitive to the situation at hand.

Central
Central
11 months ago

Leader wa ndani? My fooooooooooooooooooooooot!

Angulu ntchito kuba ndi kudzola pent………………………………..Tadzioneniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Ndiye bolanso nyautu

Muhammad
11 months ago

When God the almighty chooses u, NO body will take after u kklkk

Chakwela n Chilima stop causes warawara in our country just accept it as the way Mr Kamuzu Banda accepted to Dr Muluzi 😂😅😆

Gogo
Gogo
11 months ago
Reply to  Muhammad

Which God ?, stop mentioning God’s name in stupid things.

Maupi
Maupi
11 months ago

Peter will not allow to loss his position

Justice Anastasia
Justice Anastasia
11 months ago

You did not win here.This is inside house where you and us live and it shows no win go4 you.

Dr Neutral Citizen
Dr Neutral Citizen
11 months ago

Ana achepa

APM akundiyamwa shaft 🍆👅
APM akundiyamwa shaft 🍆👅
11 months ago

Silly boy mutharika

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